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Final Issue
Please download PDFs which contain useful contact details and links.   Child and Family Interagency Download Flyer
My Community Project - new community funding program
My Community Project will enable individuals to put forward ideas for projects in their area, and a public vote will show which projects have the most community support to receive funding. Successful projects will receive funding between $20,000 and $200,000.   My Community Project - new community funding program.pdf Download Flyer
New website for children and young people launched today
A new website for children and young people has been launched. The website is called Our Local and was built in response to feedback from children and young people who asked for an easy way to find local and state-wide opportunities, activities, services and events.   new website for children and young people has been launched.pdf Download Flyer
Our Local
Today a new website for children and young people has been launched. The website is called Our Local and was built in response to feedback from children and young people who asked for an easy way to find local and state-wide opportunities, activities, services and events.  

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Statement from Management Committee
It is with sadness that the Management Committee announces that Family InSight will cease operating from 29 March 2019. We will continue to publish a weekly eCommunication until 20th March 2019. 

All scheduled Networks of Practice training events will proceed as planned ie Developing Brain 2 day workshop. Information and updates will be available via the ticket register platform Humanitix.

Please see attached letter for more detail.
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Do we have Dementia Friendly environments
With support, many people living with dementia are able to remain active and participate in many of the same activities in the community they did before they received a diagnosis. Dementia-friendly organisations are businesses or other organisations (including local government and community services) that want to make changes to their operations, procedures and environment to better meet the needs of people with living dementia.   DF Business Toolkit Download Flyer

Greater Newcastle Family Law Pathways Network E-Bulletin
Please download the latest copy of the Greater Newcastle Family Law Pathways Network E-Bulletin.   Greater Newcastle Family Law Pathways Network E-Bulletin Download Flyer
Creative Kids
NSW Government is helping your cost of living with more than 40 rebates and savings including Creative Kids, which is all about making it easier for school-aged kids (4.5 to 18 years old) to get involved in creative and cultural activities. Parents, guardians and carers can claim a $100 voucher per year to put towards the cost of lessons and fees with registered providers.  

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Civil Society Australia - Fixing Employment Services & Personalising Centrelink and Welfare
Civil Society comprises the relationships and activities that make up our life at grass-roots levels of society, in families, communities and voluntary associations, independent of both government and the commercial world.

Developing Supports that Work for JobSeekers & Personalising Systems to Support People in Need.
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Domestic and Family Violence Podcast Series Feedback
The podcast explored the complexities of domestic and family violence through the voices of women with lived experiences and avenues for support.

If you are interested in your services providing an input, please consider the following questions in the PDF attached.
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