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Cancelled Workshops: NDIS, Mental Health and You

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We regret to inform you that our NDIS, Mental Health and You presentations arranged in March, April and May in the regional areas of Daylesford, Ballarat, Castlemaine, Bendigo, Wangaratta, Wodonga and Shepparton have all been cancelled. This is due to our commitment to community safety and the increasing restrictions on public gatherings. The NDIS education

VMIAC CONSUMER MOVEMENT SERIES: Leadership and Representation WITH Wanda Bennetts

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Wanda Bennetts was the last to present as part of our VMIAC Consumer Movement Series, focusing her session on Leadership and Representation. To download the presentation, please click the link below.

International Women’s Day Lunch at VMIAC: Guest speakers announced

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We are proud to announce our inspirational guest speakers for our International Women’s Day event on Tuesday 10th March. Don’t forget to get your tickets here https://bit.ly/2x6BSpz Autumn is the Health Promotion Manager at Women’s Health East, the regional women’s health promotion agency supporting the Eastern Metropolitan Region of Melbourne. She has experience working across

Workshop: How can we improve mental health services in north western Melbourne?

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Do you, your family or someone you care for have experience with mental health, alcohol and other drug or suicide prevention services in the north, west or central areas of Melbourne? We are working with North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network to run this workshop! Come along and share your views. By hearing your voices,

VMIAC Consumer Movement Series: Our Human Rights in Law with Chris Maylea

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Chris Maylea was the first to present as part of our VMIAC Consumer Movement Series, focusing his session on Our Human Rights in Law. To download the presentation, please click the link below.

VMIAC survey: 2017 – 2020 Victorian state disability plan

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We need your help! VMIAC have created this survey to better understand how the previous ‘Absolutely everyone’ state disability plan acknowledged and addressed the needs of people living with psychosocial disability. With your help, we can increase our impact on disability planning in Victoria by using these results to inform further consultations with state government