Page Style:

  • Black/White
  • White/Black
  • Yellow/Blue
  • Standard

Current Style: Standard

Text Size:

Current Size: 100%

News and Events

Viewing News and Events

To read Portable Document Format files, also known as PDFs, you will need a PDF reader. 

You can download a free PDF reader from the Adobe website. 

Logo for Adobe reader, hyperlinked to Adobe website where you can download the free PDF reader

Uploading News and Events

Disability respite providers who offer services in the Grampians region can add details of their news and events here. Simply use the + Add your news and events link to post news items. Please include all relevant details in the body of the article.  For accessibility purposes, please do not upload PDFs  unless you also add an accessible Word version.

Articles will be sent to the Grampians Respite web manager for editorial approval before they appear in the listings.   Please note that articles may receive light editing as deemed necessary by the web manager.

NOTE: Articles will only be accepted for disability respite and recreation services. 

Add news Post your News or Event                                              

» View all news and events

Latest News

Improved NDIS planning for people with complex support needs

in

16 November 2018

The Hon Sarah Henderson MP
Media Releases

Assistant Minister for Social Services, Housing and Disability Services, Sarah Henderson, today announced the commencement of the rollout of a new National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Complex Support Needs Pathway.

VALID Keys to Success Program

in

The VALID Keys to Success Program is a self-advocacy course that supports people to learn about speaking up and have a say in their NDIS plan. Callum Lydiard took part in the training last year and has a new-found confidence when it comes to having a say.

“The training supports people to learn about speaking up for themselves and taking control in in their plan,” says Callum.

“It helped me feel confident when making choices and decisions about my life and setting goals for the future.”

Community Partnerships Project with Cancer Council and Breast Screen Victoria

in

People with intellectual disabilities should have the same right to access cancer screening opportunities and other preventative services as everyone else in the community.

International and Australian data indicates that people with disabilities are under screened for cancer.

© 2010 All Rights Reserved Site developed and hosted by Infoxchange Australia