eNews September 2021 in Easy Read
Here are the latest COVID rules in NSW.
COVID rules for picnics and meeting outdoors
Find out the COVID rules for picnics and meeting outdoors.
We have made Easy Read health fact sheets
They are about
- Your right to good health care
- Checks to help you stay healthy
- Dental care
- Types of health services
They were co-designed with people with intellectual disability.
Speak Out Reach Out is looking for new members!
Speak Out Reach Out is a group of CID members.
The group talks about ideas and issues.
They learn about leadership and working together.
The group meets once a month in Surry Hills Sydney.
We use Zoom when there is a lockdown.
You need to be able to come to most meetings.
You must be a CID member to join.
If you are a member and want to join call us on 1800 424 065 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here is our latest podcast episode
It is called Me and My Friends.
It is about Friendships.
Sarah and Justen talk about making and staying friends.
New resources for support workers
Women with intellectual disability get more easily abused with technology.
Technology means things like computers, laptops, tablets or mobile phones.
The eSafety Commissioner has created resources for support workers to stop technology abuse.
We made an Easy Read summary.
The Sydney Children's Hospitals Network wants to hear from you
They want to hear from parents and carers of children and young people with intellectual disability.
They want to make health care better for children with intellectual disability in hospital.
They want to make a guide and training for hospital staff to provide good and safe care.
If you want to take part please contact Dr Natalie Ong by phone 98452828 or email email@example.com.
Shining a Light on Parents with Intellectual Disability
This is an online event by the Australasian Society for Intellectual Disability (ASID).
It is about people with intellectual disability when they become parents.
The speakers will be
- parents with intellectual disability
- Dr Susan Collings who studies this topic.
They will talk about issues for parents with intellectual disability.
Inclusion (Disability) Advisory Panel – expression of interest
The City of Sydney is looking for 6 new members to join their Inclusion (Disability) Advisory Panel.
The panel gives advice to help City of Sydney improve inclusion and access.