The NGV (National Gallery of Victoria) is now hosting relaxed sessions. They are encouraging all visitors who could benefit from a quieter experience to come along and enjoy a variety of upcoming exhibitions.
What does this mean for you? There will be fewer people, reduced sensory stimuli and a much calmer environment for you to revel in the beauty of modern and contemporary art.
The following sessions are upcoming, and tickets are free:
Bark Ladies Celebrates the work by 11 Yolŋu female artists from the Buku-Larrŋgay Mulka Centre (Buku), in North-East Arnhem Land.
The NDIA have advised that the NDIS participant booklets 1, 2 and 3 have been updated. These are available to support you throughout your NDIS journey. The updates include information on changes to the NDIS Act, clearer language and information about the ‘my NDIS’ app. Download the updated booklets on the NDIS website, or pre-order printed […]
The Young Carers Network’s Young Carer Bursary Program supports young carers to continue with their education. The program offers 1000 bursaries of $3000 each year to assist with education needs and resources. To apply, you must be aged 12 – 25 years old for the entire time you’re receiving the bursary. Additional requirements can be […]
Pandemic leave disaster payments reinstated until 30 September, 2022
Pandemic Leave Disaster Payment is support if you can’t earn an income because you or someone you’re caring for has to self-isolate or quarantine due to COVID-19 If your isolation, quarantine or caring period started: between 1 July and 20 July 2022, you have until 2 August 2022 to claim on or after 21 July […]