One2One Grapevine – October 2018

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Find out about interesting online resources and events happening in Perth this month.

The Color Run

In One2One tradition we are again putting together a team for this year’s Color Run, to fundraise and walk for charity, oh! and to cover ourselves in colour along the way. 

The event is wheelchair accessible for wheelchairs that can go over grass. It may be called the Color Run but you can walk it at whatever pace you like, most people do!

Event Date: 4 November 2018 

RSVP: If you would be interested in joining the One2One Color Run Team please email lee@one2onewa.com.au by Friday 12 October 2018  so we can book and pay for a team.

Remember last year…..

NDIS

The National Redress Scheme is open.  A recommendation of the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse has been established to support people who have experienced institutional child sexual abuse.

See full details on the NDS website.  

Pathways to the World of Work

FREE Employment Support Sessions run by National Disability Services (NDS) WA are:

  1. Parent Employment Supports Information Session
  2. Customised Employment Training Session
  3. Micro-Enterprise Development Training Session

The sessions are being run with specific focus on the NDIS areas of the Wheatbelt (Northam / Narrogin), Central South Metro, North Metro, Goldfields (Kalgoorlie), Esperance and the South West (Bunbury / Manjimup) with the aim of:

  • Assisting participants who are ineligible for Commonwealth employment pathways, including disability employment and jobactive services with their goals towards suitable, sustainable employment and;
  • To support schools in the project to better assist students and their families with transition to work using the appropriate supports, including the NDIS.

NDS WA ILC Grant – Customised Employment and Micro-Enterprise Training Sessions – FLYER 
NDS WA ILC Grant – Parent Employment Supports Information Sessions – FLYER

121 Inc. Microenterprise Grant

One2One Pty Ltd would like to introduce 121 Inc. – a philanthropic organisation that exists to create lasting transformative social change, wellbeing, quality of life and meaningful participation for people with lifelong or chronic disability and illness in WA.

One of their new initiatives is a Microenterprise Grant to help startups achieve initial business goals.  Click here for an Applicant Information Kit and check out full details below. 

Mental Health Week

Stand Up! For Comedy | Perth Theatre Trust

13 October 2018 State Theatre Centre of WA, Heath Ledger Theatre.

Presented by Mental Health Commission, Western Australian Association for Mental Health (WAAMH) and Perth Theatre Trust.

It’s the annual comedy special, raising money for Mental Health Week!

Featuring a stellar line-up of some of Australia’s most hilarious comedians including Rhys Nicholson, Neel Kolhatkar, Sam Taunton, Matt Storer, Mickey J, Simone Springer, Jon Pinder, Anna Piper Scott, Alissia Marsh and John Pinno.

With part proceeds of ticket sales going to WAAMH to reinvest back in to community mental health, join them to Stand Up for Mental Health at the Heath Ledger Theatre this October.

Mental Health Week aims to promote mental health awareness, encouraging people to connect with nature, connect with community, and connect with self for mental wellbeing.

Young Australia League Scholarships: Applications extended to 31 October 2018

Scholarships to help disadvantaged youth.

YAL is now accepting applications from students aged between 12 and 25 for a range of scholarships worth up to $12,500 annually.

This is the third year that the YAL, one of Australia’s oldest youth organisations, has offered scholarship opportunities to young Australians experiencing hardship due to social circumstances, disability or distance.

YAL are offering a number of scholarships for young people in Australia – including metropolitan and regional Western Australia – such as:

  • the Hilary Farrant Scholarship for students with disabilities. This scholarship is for students entering post-secondary education who have a disability and require financial assistance to assist them with the costs of education.
  • This scholarship is valued at a total of $12,500 annually for up to 3 years, or pro-rata of academic load over 6 years. 

For more information about each scholarship on offer and how to apply visit: YAL Scholarships.

The Other Film Festival

Don’t forget on 6 & 7 October DADAA – ‘The Other Film Festival’ at Fremantle Cinema. 

Every session is FREE! 

However, bookings are essential and open now at www.dadaa.org.au.

Mundaring Arts Centre – New Inventions Sculpture Workshop with Neil Elliot

Using up-cycled materials and found objects, artist and sculptor Neil Elliott will guide you through basic woodworking and metal working techniques to create your own unique sculpture.

Tue 16 Oct and Wed 17 Oct | 10am – 4pm | Suitable for 16+ yrs
$200 | $180 MAC Members | Materials list  
Midland Junction Arts Centre

Make it Work Forums – Implementing the NDIS

NDS is partnering with ‘Every Australian Counts’ to roll out ‘Make it Work’ forums across Australia to re-engage with our local MPs and seek their support on addressing issues with the implementation of the NDIS.

The forums are an ideal opportunity to re-engage with our local MPs and re-unify the disability community under the banner of Every Australian Counts ahead of the next Federal election.

Register now for the Perth forum:
Date: Friday, 9 November 2018
Venue: VisAbility (Wesfarmers Theatrette), 61 Kitchener Ave, Victoria Park
Time: 10:00am – 12:00pm
Register here.

If you can’t make it to a forum on the ground, you can express your interest in attending an online forum via this page.

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