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Bendigo Regional Network

Living regionally, outside of Greater Melbourne, can affect access to services, and can be socially isolating. We have a vision for connecting and supporting people that live in regional Victoria and Tasmania.

The Bendigo Regional Network was started towards the end of 2015 after surveying people living with SCI in the Hume - Southern Loddon areas of regional Victoria for their interests and preferences.

The group is open and always interested in welcoming new members to the group. Please feel free to contact us if you'd like to join, attend a meeting or learn more about it.

You can browse through the articles below to follow the activities of the group.

Bendigo Regional SCI Network Meeting – March 2018
16 March, 2018

For the March 2018 Bendigo SCI Regional Network meeting, the group met at the Bendigo Stadium Bistro and enjoyed a lunch, chat, and welcomed new members to the group.

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Bendigo SCI Regional Network Meeting - February 2018
20 February, 2018

The first meeting of 2018 for the Bendigo SCI Regional Network was held on February 14 at the Bendigo Bistro Stadium. The group was happy to welcome three new members! The guest speaker for the day was Andrea Minnis from the Bendigo Wound Management Clinic.

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Bendigo SCI Regional Network meeting – December 2017
29 December, 2017

The Bendigo SCI Regional Network met on December 20 at the Bendigo Stadium Bistro for a Christmas lunch! They used the meet up as an opportunity to discuss what the group had achieved in 2017 and make some plans for the New Year.

 

 

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Bendigo SCI Regional Network Meeting - November 2017
28 November, 2017

The Bendigo SCI Regional Network met on November 22 at the Bendigo Stadium Bistro. It was a general catch-up with discussions around camping, travel and accessible vehicles. 

 

 

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Bendigo SCI Regional Network Meeting - October 2017
25 October, 2017

For their October meeting the Bendigo SCI Regional Network met at the Bendigo Stadium Bistro for a social catch-up with accessible travel on the agenda.

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