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Women with SCI Network

The Women with SCI Network group aims to create a comfortable, open and confidential space that encourages everyone to share ideas and experiences; with a vision of connecting and supporting women living with Spinal Cord Injury (SCI). The group started in December 2017 after surveying women living with SCI across Victoria for their interests and preferences of what they would want to see in a group specifically for women.  

The group is engaged in setting their own agendas and is always open and interested in welcoming new members so please feel free to contact us if you would 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 which range from guest speakers, activities, group discussions and social outings.

Women with SCI Network Meeting - April 2018
10 April, 2018

For their April meeting, the Women with SCI Network group met at Span Community House. They were taken through a meditation and yoga session, shifting through some basic movements and breathing techniques. The group was happy to be able to take some of what was learnt home to their everyday lives.

 

 

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Women with SCI Network Meeting - February 2018
8 February, 2018

The first official meeting for the Women with SCI Network was held on Saturday February 3rd at SPAN Community House in Thornbury. Guest speaker, Curtis Palmer, Personal Trainer and ‘Fitness and Nutrition Guy’ spoke to the group about health, fitness, goal setting and the benefits of being active.

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Women with SCI Network - December 2017
21 December, 2017

The planning meeting for the Women with SCI Network was held on Saturday the 16th of December at SPAN Community House in Thornbury. It was a well-attended meeting of women living with spinal cord injury (SCI) from across Victoria who brought along plenty of enthusiasm and ideas. The group is passionate, supportive of one another, enthusiastic about the ideas that have arisen so far, and look forward to what they can build and achieve as a group!

 

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