WATCH: People living with quadriplegia and other disabilities will have access to competitive sport on the Sunshine Coast, some for the very first time, following a six figure Federal Government grant for Sippy Downs club Suncoast Spinners.
People living with a disability on the Sunshine Coast have access to new and improved courses in critical life skills like cooking at the Compass Institute’s Caloundra Centre, thanks to a grant under the Federal Government’s Stronger Communities Programme.
Member for Fisher Mal Brough MP has welcomed the opening of Nominations for the 2014 National Disability Awards, giving Australians the opportunity to celebrate the individuals and organisations who are having a positive impact on the lives of people with disability. “As the Chair of the National Disability Insurance Scheme committee I have been humbled […]
Sunshine Coast Council’s Caloundra Regional Gallery is calling for expressions of interest for both mentoring artists and emerging artists living with a disability to participate in the Right Back @ U community project. Division 2 Councillor Tim Dwyer said the Right Back @ U will provide creative opportunities for local artists living with a disability. […]