Carley O’Donnell encourages everyone to attend the September Cooloola Connect networking meeting
On September 11 at the Tin Can Bay RSL, from 10am-12pm, the Cooloola Connect Meeting will have Raelene Ensby, Senior Community Engagement Officer with BUSHkids as the guest speaker.
Raelene is a strong advocate for families and encourages them to empower themselves to support not only the family and the special needs child, but themselves in their journey. She will be discussing and sharing information about the NDIS and what BUSHkids can offer your family.
With the NDIS being progressively rolled out across Queensland, this is a perfect opportunity to find out more about Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) of which BUSHkids is the NDIS partner and contracted to provide the service.
Facilitated by Carley O’Donnell from the Gympie Region Volunteer Centre, the Cooloola Connect meetings are open to all community groups, volunteer-involved organisations, schools, residents and local businesses.
“These meetings are for the residents of the Cooloola Coast to network, share information, discuss ideas and topics as well as receive valuable information regarding relevant issues,” Carley explained.