Pregnant woman sitting on bed with white bedding

An Australian-first program aimed at reducing malformations in babies born to mothers with diabetes has been rolled out across South-western Sydney, with the start of a district wide information program and opening of specialised clinics.

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Fono Samoa NSW
Samoa Day
11 June 2018, 7.00am–6.00pm
Whitlam Leisure Centre, 90 Memorial Ave, Liverpool

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Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre
Afro Latino Festival
17 March 2018, 11.00am–5.30pm
Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre. 1 Powerhouse Rd, Casula

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The Metro Assist Brighter Futures program currently has capacity to take on referrals for families living in the Bankstown and Fairfield LGAs. Metro Assist Brighter Futures delivers targeted services and support to families with children aged under 9 years or who are expecting a child,

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One Door Mental Health/Macarthur Disability Services
South Western Sydney Recover College
1 March 2018, 10.00am–2.00pm
Venue TBA, Bankstown

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Shelter NSW & NSW Tenants Union
Consultation Forum on Rights & Protections for Supported Group Accommodation
27 February 2018, 10.00am
Liverpool Library Meeting Room, 170 George St, Liverpool

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Uniting's Links to Early Learning works with disadvantaged and vulnerable families in the Campbelltown, Liverpool, Fairfield and (old) Bankstown LGAs to assist them to find, prepare and enrol their child to attend a quality Early Learning/Child Care service 1-2 days per week in the year or two before they are starting school.

Two Aboriginal people standing next to a red brick wall

Uniting Disability Services in South West Sydney now provides a number of Indigenous service including Support Coordination and Core Supports under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). The aim is to strengthen participant’s ability to connect to formal, mainstream and funded supports, and to increase capacity to maintain support relationships,

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Uniting's Secret Agent Society (SAS) is an evidence-based program developed by the Social Skills Training Institute. Designed for children living with autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, ADHD, anxiety disorders, anger management difficulties or a disability, the society is a fun way for friendships, team work and conversations to thrive.