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The Try Time Junior Rugby League program provides a safe, enjoyable and inclusive environment where children, teenagers and adults with special needs and intellectual disabilities can play Rugby League in their local community. Catering for both females and males who have special needs and intellectual disabilities ranging from but not limited to:

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Family Planning NSW is offering new, free, health services for women in South Western Sydney. The clinics provide individualised screening that looks at the factors influencing each woman's health, and where necessary they are then able to make referrals to the appropriate specialist service to support the individual.

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After 28 years of actively addressing unmet social need in the community, the community-based, social welfare organisation Sisters of Charity Outreach - which operates the Visit Program, South West from offices in Miller - has a new name: Open Support. The not-for-profit organisation, which addresses unmet social need

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South West Community Transport is a Home and Community Care (HACC) funded program providing community transport to the frail aged, younger people with disabilities and their carers in the Fairfield, Liverpool, Camden, Campbelltown and Wollondilly areas. The service needs volunteers to join the team as drivers, carers or administration assistants.

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South Western Sydney Ability Day for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Community
27 April 2017, 10.00am-2.00pm
Police Citizens Youth Club (PCYC), Cartwright Ave, Miller

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Carers NSW 
Carers & the NDIS Workshop
14 May 2018

Boy with disability with his family members

Western Sydney MRC
Carers Workshop for Culturally & Linguistically Diverse Communities
26 April 2018, 10.00am–2.00pm
Western Sydney MRC, 108 Moore St, Liverpool

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A new women’s network will share skills and resources to strengthen services for women in south-west Sydney. The Wellbeing of Women (WOW) network is a collective of service providers that will enable local workers to share information and experiences to facilitate exploring strategies that will guide the network to meet the needs and wants of local women.

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Legal Aid NSW
Veterans’ Legal Advice Service
Fortnightly on Mondays
Legal Aid NSW, Level 4, 45-47 Scott Street, Liverpool