Self Advocacy Training and Feast for Ethnic people with disability

Self Advocacy TrainingThe Ethnic Communities’ Council of Victoria and Diversity and Disability (DnD) share a belief that the most effective advocacy comes from people with a lived experience and therefore disability advocacy is strongest coming from people with disability. There will be a Self Advocacy Training and Feast for Ethnic people with disability at the Foodstore, Fryer St, Shepparton on Wednesday, 3 December, 2019.


The Self Advocacy Training aims to empower people from an Ethnic background with disability to advocate for themselves.

ECCV and DnD share a belief that the most effective advocacy comes from people with a lived experience and therefore disability advocacy is strongest coming from people with disability.

One day training course that will cover the following topics:

  • Know your human rights
  • Understand the NDIS and NDIS planning
  • Learn to speak for others and yourself

Employment Opportunity

You will be eligible to apply for work as a Self Advocate (1 day per week for 6 months) with ECCV in your local community

What to expect

  • Easy English training
  • Venue disability friendly
  • Support Worker provided
  • Brunch provided
  • Interpreter can be organised if you need one

Places strictly limited.

Proudly supported by Ethnic Council of Shepparton and District Inc and Greater Shepparton City Council.

When: Wednesday 4 December
Time: 11 AM to 2.30 PM
Where: Foodstore, 53 Fryers St Shepparton, 3630 VIC
Cost: Free
Bookings: Online at Eventbrite
Contact ECCV if an interpreter is needed! (03) 9354 9555

 

Self Advocacy Training
Ethnic Communities Council’ of Victoria and Diversity n Disability (MRCNW). Initiative funded by Department of Health and Human Services

 

 

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