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Events

There is always something happening in the Victorian, or wider, SCI community and our aim is to keep you up to date. If you happen to know of an event that is of value to the community, please get in touch with us so that we could share it with the community.

Shepparton SCI Regional Network Meeting – February 2018
12 February, 2018

The first meeting of 2018 for the Shepparton SCI Regional Network was held on February 7, at The Peppermill Restaurant. Wayne, who has been in a chair for 40+ years talked about how he and his family adapted to him being in a chair and not being afraid to try anything.

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Shepparton SCI Regional Network Meeting – December 2017
18 December, 2017

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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Shepparton SCI Regional Network Meeting - November 2017
15 November, 2017

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. 

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Shepparton SCI Regional Network Meeting - October 2017
1 November, 2017

For their latest meeting held at The Peppermill, the Shepparton SCI Regional Network welcomed Christine - a new member and first time attendee, Yvette - a Disability Support Worker from AQA, and Gabby Pragnaratne from Coloplast.

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Shepparton SCI Regional Network Meeting - September 2017
26 September, 2017

The September Shepparton SCI Regional Network meeting, held at the Peppermill, had no set agenda so attendees were free to discuss any issues or advice they liked!

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