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Topics in Karabi Community & Development Services Inc Term 4 Newsletter include Community Development; Social Groups & Social Support Programs; Breast Health Workshop; Healthy Eating Program; School Holiday Program; Youth Services; Pink Ribbon Day; AGM; NDIS Information; NILS Service and much more.

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Mount Druitt Hospital Supportive & Palliative Care Team
Supportive & Palliative Care Community Forum
17 October 2018, 6.00pm
Wattle Room, Blacktown Workers Club, 55 Campbell St, Blacktown

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Uniting is running NDIS information events for participants and carers, including Your Plan Review; Understanding the NDIS; and Putting your NDIS Plan Into Action, at various venues in Granville, Rouse Hill and Mt Druitt throughout September-December 2018.

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Karabi Community & Development Services commenced in 1987 and serves the communities of Wentworthville, Constitution Hill, and Toongabbie/Seven Hills and surrounding areas targeting frail aged, young people, children, families, indigenous and CALD communities. We aim to build social inclusion

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Macquarie Community College’s Term 4 Catalogue is out now. Try one of their Christmas themed courses. They have lots of courses to help you with gift giving and getting ready for the festive season! They also have courses in:

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Leep Online is our social and digital inclusion initiative aimed at improving basic digital literacy in local communities. We support organisations, businesses, councils and institutions to establish digital mentoring programs and also deliver outreach digital mentoring programs. 

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Leep NGO
Volunteer Training: Safe Conversations
28 September 2018, 9.30am-1.00pm
Red Cross Australia, Level 1, 38 Prince St, Blacktown

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Leep NGO
Volunteer Training: Connecting Through Boundaries
25 September 2018, 9.00am-12.00pm
Blacktown Meals on Wheels, Gribble Pl, Blacktown

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Western Sydney Primary Health Network (WentWest)'s MindGuide is a free online database to help people in Western Sydney navigate mental health information, support and services. MindGuide provides information for consumers, carers and professionals. The resource aims to increase access to information, resources and treatment,