EMPOWERability Centre

The EMPOWERability Community Support Program aims to create opportunities by supporting individuals who have a disability to participate fully in a variety of activities that will assist them to each achieve their life goals. The Centre, at 993 Castlereagh Rd, Castlereagh, provides a welcoming and safe environment on a beautiful two acre setting.

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Leep NGO
Understanding Yourself and Others as a Leader: Cross-Cultural Workshop
18-19 June 2018, 9.00am-5.00pm
Leep Training Room, 688 High St, Penrith

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Leep NGO
Working with and Communicating through an Interpreter
25 June 2018, 9.30am-1.00pm
Casuarina Room, Jordan Springs Community Hub, 2-6 Cullen Ave, Jordan Springs

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Upcoming training and events include:
- Having Difficult Conversations with Parents and Carers About Child Protection
- Where I Belong? A Communication Tool - The Innovative Use of “Belonging Maps” For Young People to Identify Safe People,Places & Situations

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TAD Freedom Wheels
Assessment Days
13 June 2018, Blue Mountains
20 June 2018, Penrith

Hawkesbury River

Sydney Water wants to better understand community expectations for the Hawkesbury-Nepean Catchment and its waterways so they can include community values for water quality in decision-making. They are forming 10 Community Reference Groups across the Hawkesbury-Nepean Catchment and are inviting people to apply to be members of the groups.