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Johanna Garvin and Emily Dash on the red carpet for their film the Milky Pop Kid at the Sydney Film Festival. Both have cerebral palsy and are in wheelchairs.
 
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At the recent Sydney Film Festival, Johanna Garvin and Emily Dash were part of the team behind the short film The Milky Pop kid. They Synopsis of the film is simple: With a twinkle in her eye, actor and disability consultant Jules attempts to share with actor Craig what life is like living with a disability. Jules however has the last laugh. We were lucky enough to catch up with post the event to chat about the film and see what this creative duo are up to next. 

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Two young people with disabilities talking. The girl is on the left, she has long hair and is telling the young man on the right something. He is paying attention to her but has paper in his hand he is unfolding.
 
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These July holidays we offer a range of programs and activities for young people 14 – 25 years. Find the right one for you, makes some new friends and have some fun. 

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A physiotherapist is guiding a young girl as she walks between two guiding bars.
 
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We speak with Prue Golland about the new intensive super learning program HABIT-ILE. Based on the latest in neuroplasticity and motor learning principles, we are running our first holiday program to help your child maximise their potential. Read more on our blog.