• Port Stephens Accommodation List - 12 February

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  • NFP - March Breakfast

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  • Free Driver Licence Course - Raymond Terrace 24-26 February 2020

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  • Capacity Assessment Symposium 2020 - Newcastle

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    The Symposium will open with a keynote presentation by Professor Sue Kurrle, Director, Cognitive Decline Partnership Centre and Curran Professor in Health Care of Older People, University of Sydney. Professor Kurrle’s work was recently featured in the ABC documentary, Old People’s Homes for 4-Year Olds. Professor Kurrle will provide an outline of the work the Cognitive Decline Partnership Centre is undertaking, particularly the research in the area of Assisted Decision Making.

    The Symposium aims to provide practical information to both legal and health professionals on capacity assessment and financial decision making. Dementia is the umbrella term for several neurological conditions. Dr Penny Webster will deliver an overview of different types of dementia and how they affect the patient’s cognitive ability. Financial capacity is an essential instrumental activity of daily life. Associate Professor Nola M Ries will present available resources for health and legal professionals in assessing and supporting client financial decision-making.

    During the interactive panel discussion, the panellists, with audience input, will analyse a financial abuse case scenario; Police District Commander Superintendent Daniel Sullivan APM, Belinda Jackaman, Sales Operations Manager, Greater Bank, Lisa Roberts, Senior Solicitor, NSW Trustee & Guardian, Belinda Epstein, Barrister and Professor Sue Kurrle, Director, Cognitive Decline Partnership Centre and Curran Chair in Health Care of Older People, University of Sydney.

    Book here

  • 11 February Port Stephens Community Interagency minutes

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    Community interagency meeting minutes download here

  • NDIS community drop in sessions - Raymond Terrace

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    Community Drop in Session (Access)

    Time: 9:30am to 11:30am

    Date: Friday, 28th February, 2020

    Location: LAC Vinnies Office

    Address: Unit 3/82 Port Stephens Street, Raymond Terrace

    Lead Worker: Sharon Tierney 0466 004 918


    Community Drop in Session (Access)

    Time: 9:30am to 11:30am

    Date: Friday, 27th March, 2020

    Location: LAC Vinnies Office

    Address: Unit 3/82 Port Stephens Street, Raymond Terrace

    Lead Worker: Helen Trimboli 0466 004 892


  • Rite to the Finish - Raymond Terrace 5 March 10:30am - 1:00pm

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  • CLSD Raymond Terrace survey for Legal Aid

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    Instead of having only a general Hunter CLSD Action Plan, as has been done in the past, we’d like to develop a place-based plan for Raymond Terrace this time.

    For this to be accurately addressing the unmet legal needs of the Raymond Terrace community, we would greatly appreciate you filling in the questionnaire below.

    For non-legal stakeholders

    1. How do you identify that people accessing your service might need legal help?
    2. What do you like about legal services in your region?
    3. What do you dislike about legal services in your region?
    4. What are the types of reasons that people you have contact with may need legal help?
    5. Where do you send or refer people when they need legal help?
    6. How easy or difficult is it to connect people to legal help?
    7. What do you do when there are no options for legal help?
    8. Have you noticed any trends that indicate new legal problems or issues are emerging?
    Send responses to seema.sanghi@advocacylaw.org.au
  • Parenting Programs - Raymond Terrace

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    Free parenting programs flyers

    Tuning into Kids download here

    Tuning into Teenagers download here

  • Grants - Youth

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    Youth grants

    Matana Foundation here

    Saint George Foundation here