Shepparton 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 Shepparton Regional Network was started mid 2016 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.
For their March meeting, the Shepparton SCI Regional Network group welcomed guest speakers, Wendy and Kathryn, two very knowledgeable Rural Access Workers.Read More »
The December Shepparton SCI Regional Network meeting was a fairly informal lunch overlooking the lake at the picturesque Nagambie Rowing Club. Fiona, NDIS Service Development Coordinator from AQA, attended to inform the group of any progress and updates on her dealings with NDIS and NDIA.
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The November Shepparton SCI Regional Network meeting was a social BBQ hosted by group member, Peter, in Rochester. The meeting had no set agenda, so it was an opportunity for Peter to showcase some fantastic toys and equipment; which included demonstrating his ParaGolfer - an all-terrain wheelchair that places the user in an upright position to allow for a more conventional golf swing.Read More »