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Latest News

Autism Presentation “From Diagnosis to OAM”


On Friday 4th May 2018, Daniel Giles OAM and his father Daryl will be presenting “From Diagnosis to OAM – A Personal Autism Journey” at Ballarat Community Health, 12 Lilburne Street, Lucas.

This presentation, we believe, will be of special interest to:

  • Educators working with students on the Autism Spectrum;

  • Carers of people on the Autism Spectrum

  • Parents of children on the Autism Spectrum

  • Family Members

Dads Tool Kit Program

The “Dad’s Tool Kit” program is accepting referrals for the next group which is scheduled to begin on the 30th of April 2018; sessions are scheduled for Mondays from 11am to 1 pm, for 8 consecutive weeks.

Independent Living Skills Program (ILS)

  • This is a group program for adults that operates across Otway Street, the Bonshaw and Golden Point sites.

  • It is tailored to the specific interests of participants so even though they are in a group, they will doing a broad range of different activities. The activities are whatever it is that participants want or need to learn.

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