Gymnastics Victoria and Special Olympics have partnered to bring Special Olympics Gymnastics to young people living with disabilities in the Mordialloc area.These gymnastics classes will be starting up in July and running through to Sepetmber 2017.

Two programs will be on offer one for 3-6 year olds, and one for 5-8 year olds.

Please note you must register your interest in you would like to get involved,

Please call Kaye or Rebecca at Mordialloc Community Centre on 9580 3675 or email manager@mordicc.org.au

Special Olympics Gymnastics provides people with intellectual disabilities with the opportunity to develop their physical fitness, strength, balance, flexibility, coordination and confidence.Gymnastics is a fantastic community sport that offers socail inclusion,leadership opportunities and the chance to make lasting freindships.Participants can begin their gymnaastics patheway by developing key life skills including movement, communication and social interaction,

The pathwaycontinues for those aiming to be more active or aspiring to compete against their peers on a national world stage . The special olympics program includes mens,womens and rhythmic gymnastics and can be tailored to individual goals.

 

Feel the beat and get lost in the music at this all-inclusive, slower paced, low impact Zumba class. 

Moves adapted to ensure fun and involvement – a great way to be active whilst having fun and enjoying the music. 

Promotes self- esteem, confidence, co-ordination and creativity. 

Let loose and achieve your health goals like never before! 

Wear comfortable shoes and clothing you can easily move in. Mondays commencing 8 May for 7 sessions 1.00pm – 1.45pm Cost: $42 or $6 per session

 

*Bookings Essential*

Contact Outlook Community Centre to make a booking  

Phone: 5940 4728  Email: communitycentre@outlookvic.org.au

Website: www.outlookvic.org.au Address: 24 Toomuc Valley Road, Pakenham

Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9.00am-4.00pm

Ice Sports Victoria is proudly supporting the ADF Ice Hockey Association at it's Come & Try Sled Hockey event!

When:  Friday 16 June

Time: 11:00am - 1:00pm.

Where: O'Brien Group Arena 

- No experience necessary and everyone is welcome!

 

BAM Allstars presents... Grounded!

The Adventures of Angus and Lucy

When: Sunday 18 June 2017 at 2:00 pm

Where: Frankston Arts Centre

Cost: $15 Tickets

Contact: Box Office on 9784 1060

The Association All Abilities Tournament is a great opportunity for all abilities programs and competitions to put their teams together and showcase their players talents.

When: Saturday 1 July

Where: Glen Eira Sports and Aquatic Centre (GESAC)  

All team registrations must be complete and sent through to Alison Cody by Friday 16th June.

If you have any questions about the tournament please don’t hesitate getting in contact with Alison, Kyle or myself.

It would be great to see as many teams there as possible

Contact details:

Basketball Victoria Phone - 03 9837 8018  

Tim Downes - tim.downes@basketballvictoria.com.au

Alison Cody - alison_cody@mckinnonbasketball.org

Kyle McMullan - kyle.mcmullan@basketballvictoria.com.au

When: Sunday 28 May 

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am

Where: Eltham High School (court 1) 30 - 60 Withers Way, Eltham 3095

Everyone is welcome to come and participate! 
Please note regitrations are essential for the program - contact Jordan Canovan via email: jordan@elthamwildcats.net.au

Come along and celebrate the end of the first Health and Wellbeing program for 2017! There will be a presentation of the program so far and plans for the program at the end of the year. 

Come along on the night and meet other people that are interested in getting active as well as coaches and trainers that have participated in the program so far.

Get Active Information Night
When: Tuesday 16th May 2017

Time: 5.30pm - 7.00pm
Where: St Albans day and lifestyle centre, 432 main rd west, St Albans 3021
RSVP: Tuesday 9th May 2017

Contact: Amy Marie

Phone: 0481 006 205 

Email: amarie@scopeaust.org.au
 

Come relax and share a walk with other carers!

The Pathway for Carers project offers carers of people with a disability or a mental health issue, an opportunity to share walks with other carers and to learn more about news, services, supports available to carers. This is a FREE event for carers.

We offer five walks:

  • Maroondah Walk (Tuesday)
    Meet at: Torrente Cafe, 389 Maroondah Hwy Ringwood
    When: Every second Tuesday of the month commencing 9.30am

  • Maroondah Walk (Saturday)
    Meet at: Torrente Cafe, 389 Maroondah Hwy Ringwood
    When: Every third Saturday of the month commencing 1.00pm
    See more info about our Saturday walk here.

  • Yarra Ranges Walk
    Meet at: Mount Evelyn Community House, 50 Wray Cres, Mount Evelyn
    When: Every first Thursday of the month commencing 9.30am

  • Manningham Walk
    Meet at: Melissa Cakes Cafe, 65 Parker Street, Templestowe Lower 
    When: Every third Thursday of the month commencing 10am

     

  • Boroondara Walk
    Meet at: Ashburton Pool and Recreation Centre, 8 Warner Ave, Ashburton
    When: Every fourth Wednesday of the month commencing 9.30am

Keep up to date with the latest and connect with other carers on the Pathways for Carers Facebook page. View the event flyer (pdf). 

Have a question?

For further information please visit our the Pathways for Carers Facebook page or phone lifeAssist on 9239 2500 and ask for Felicity.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

Do I need to RSVP for the Pathways to Carers? No, you can just arrive on the day.

Do I need to attend all the walks, or can I just show up to walks that are suitable for me? You are not committed to attend all the walks, come when you can. You are welcome to attend just one walk, two walks, or all five walks.

Is there a cost to come on the walk? No, the walk is free for carers.

What do I need to bring? A water bottle, sunscreen and comfortable shoes.

How far can I expect to walk? No more than 5km, the walks will take approximately 1 hour.

What happens if I can’t finish the walk? Carers are encouraged to participate to any distance they feel comfortable.

Do I need to live in either the Shire of Yarra Ranges, Manningham or Maroondah council to participate? No, all carers are welcome to participate

Am I able to bring the person I care for on the walk with me? No, the walk is designed to give carers a break from their caring role.

What happens if I need someone to look after the person I care for? You can contact the Commonwealth Respite and Carelink Centre for respite assistance on 1800 052 222. UnitingCare lifeAssist can also help you with respite.

Can I bring a partner or friend on the walk? The walk is specifically for Carers, but if you know someone in a caring role who will benefit from the program then you are welcome to invite them. Partners who share the caring role are welcome to join.

Can I bring my child in a stroller? Yes, but due to safety reasons they must remain in a stroller for the duration of the walk.

Can I bring my dog on the walk? No, for safety reasons we request that you do not bring your pets.

What happens in extreme weather conditions? If it is very hot, or very wet it is likely that the walk will be cancelled. Check the facebook page on the day of the walk.

Source: Life Assist

Free event for families and carers living in the south.

When: 10am - 2pm Thursday 20th April

Where: Monash Peninsula Activity & Recreation Centre Frankston

Find out more about recreation & respite opportunities for people living with a disability, with a large variety of stalls, shopping and speakers.

Free Coffee and Massages available.

Venue: Monash Peninsula Activity & Recreation Centre Building W Monash University Peninsula Campus McMahons Road, Frankston, 3199 Enter via McMahons Road - Ample free parking

Provided: Carers Lunch We invite carers and immediate family members to a free social lunch on the day to relax, unwind and meet other carers. Please join us from 12:00pm- 1:00pm for a range of delicious hot and cold finger food. To RSVP contact Dina at Alfred Health Carer Services on 87813400. Limited Places Available

The Good Friday Appeal encourages Victorians of all ages to come along to the 2017 Kids Day Out. This annual event is a great way to bring the whole family together for a day of amusement, activities and entertainment, all while raising much needed funds for The Royal Children’s Hospital.

Come April 14th, the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre will be transformed into a fun filled family festival! Entry is free and all events and activities are participation by donation.

“The Kids Day Out, is a great way to get involved in the Good Friday Appeal!” says Good Friday Appeal Director, Anne Randall. “With all the activities, sights, sounds and tastes, it has something for everyone!”

With more than 80,000 people expected to attend the event this year, we encourage Victorians to come and participate, donate and enjoy the 2017 Kids Day Out!

Source: https://goodfridayappeal.com.au/kids-day-2017/

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