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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. 

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We're excited to announce that we're now running our Conductive Education program at both our Allambie and Ryde sites during Term 3.

Places are limited - enrol today to secure your position.

 

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On Monday 19 June, we are hosting an information session to support parents and carers of children aged 0-6 years make the most of early childhood intervention services.

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teenage boy in a wheelchair surrounded by his brother,sister and mother
 
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On Tuesday 11 July 2017 our Ryde team is hosting a Masterchef-inspired cooking skills class for siblings of children with a disablity.

 

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A group of volunteers with a Cerebral Palsy Alliance client
 
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It's National Volunteer Week this year and we have more than 1,400 volunteers filling a number of roles across our organisation. We want to thank you all for your great support and hours of hard work! Read more on our blog

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Two women walking - the woman on the left is a teen with cerebral palsy using a walker, she is wearing work out clothes and her hair is in a pony tail. On the right is a woman who is wearing a long sleeve top and black pants. They are walking on a path past a green hedge.
 
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You don’t need to just go to the gym to be active and give your body the exercise and movement it needs. The power of ‘incidental’ exercise is huge. What kind of exercise is that? It’s where you increase your physical activity outside of your time spent in the gym or pool. We have some great tips from our exercise physiologists on our blog. 

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Back from 15 years overseas, Ben and his family have landed in Sydney in time for the roll out of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). To help them understand this new funding model and what they need to do to be ready they booked a free one-to-one Preparation and Support Meeting. We met with them before and after to see how this meeting would help them.