The road to Aged Care is here…

Book your ticket to our 2017 Northern NSW Aged Care Sector Development Forum

Tickets are just $20. Books yours at www.trybooking.com/PYTH

 

Despite inundation of several of our premises, Social Futures is back in operation and supporting participants and those who have been affected by the flood.

If you are in need of support or are looking to lend a hand in the community, you can find a list of resources as well as up-to-date information on our service operations at www.socialfutures.org.au/april-17-flood

 

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Social Futures is a National Disability Insurance Scheme Partner delivering NDIS Local Area Coordination services in regional New South Wales during the transition period January 2017-June 2018.

We will support people with disability and their families to plan for the NDIS in advance of the roll out, which starts in many parts of regional NSW in July 2017.

  • Click HERE for more information about our Local Area Coordination services.
  • Click HERE for current employment opportunities.

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Be apart of an exceptional team making a difference in our local community Status: Full Time – Fixed term until June 2019 Inquiries: Sonya Mears-Lynch  0427 317 595 Location: Coffs Harbour Social Futures is a community, not-for-profit organisation that works to...

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Today is Sorry Day and it marks 20 years since the Bringing them Home Report was tabled in Parliament. Sorry Day is a National Day of Healing for all Australians and a day when we acknowledge past wrongs. Social Futures acknowledges the importance of Sorry Day to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians and today especially, we think of those who were taken from their families. May such an horrific thing never occur on our soil again. And may the healing begin.

If you would like to commemorate Sorry Day, our Board member, Nick Freeburn is presenting alongside Prof Norm Sheehan at Gnibi College of Indigenous Australian Peoples, SCU Lismore Campus.
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50 years since the 1967 Referendum which marked a turning point in human rights Aboriginal Australians. It amended the constitution to include Aboriginal people in the census - to be counted as members of our community. No doubt there's much more work to do, but it's important to celebrate the wins and this was certainly one.

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Lismore headspace and Real Art Works are proud to present a FREE Street Art workshop with Justin 'Julla' Livingstone!

Get your art on and head over to the ARCH Shop Space 19 Carrington St on Thursday 1st and Friday 2nd June!

Bookings are essential and space is limited so email [email protected] or call on 0428 076 703 QUICK to reserve your space!!
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Here is a fantastic piece by ABC North Coast on the Kinship Festival held last weekend -have a look. It's the third time the festival has been held and it is becoming richer and more wonderful with every year. Next week is National Reconciliation Week which is the perfect time to think about what your dream is for reconciliation, and the future Australia we dream of creating together.
#everybodybelongs #inclusion #reconciliation #kinshipfestival
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REC Ya Shorts Youth Film Festival has stepped up a gear this year, giving even more young filmmakers in regional NSW an opportunity to get their stories on the big screen, and they are coming to Lismore!

A FREE workshop @ headspace Lismore on Tuesday 6th June from 5-7.30pm. It will teach you how to write, shoot and edit a short film.The workshops are fun, very hands-on and will get you fired-up to get into filming!

If you are 12-25 and want the opportunity to learn,create and have fun we hope to see you.

You can also enter "REC Ya Shorts Youth Film Festival" and have the chance to win in over $25,000 worth of prizes.

To register email [email protected] or call 66250200.

Check out the trailer on Youtube

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We're talking about the incredible success of the Ability Links program with the NSW Minister for Disability, Ray Williams. Did you know that for every $1 spent the Ability Links program gives back $3 in value? There are some truly inspiring stories from participants of this program. I just met Jacob who, through help from his Linker Mina, overcame significant hurdles to finish High School is now now studying hospitality at TAFE. There are many more stories to tell. Stay tuned for more!

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