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Worried about your bills? Get in touch early!

One thing that we can say at Milpara is getting onto things early can make a huge difference.  With visits from Stuart the financial counsellor we have heard of some fantastic success stories, shared by participants of course, as the … Continue reading

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Easing of restrictions, what it means at Milpara Korumburra’s Community House.

I know that everyone is rather looking forward to a return to some sort of normal.  We also know it is not as simple as jumping back to business as usual.  During the last two months, Milpara has been closed … Continue reading

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A new program at Milpara, Learning to Grow.

We are really excited to have a new staff member Jess join the team at Milpara. Jess will be facilitating a new program “Learning to Grow”. This new community program is to support participants to identify and achieve their goals. … Continue reading

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FREE Resume, Interview Skills and Employability Skills workshops – Register today.

Now is the perfect time to brush up on your skills. We are excited to announce the Skills and Jobs Centre are launching a series of FREE Webinars that are running in next few weeks. The Skills and Jobs Centre … Continue reading

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Local library has a lot to offer kids and their families.

West Gippsland Libraries will not let COVID-19 ruin our National Simultaneous Storytime plans- we will be scheduling an extra special online story time on there Facebook page. You’ll also find a new online Story Time posted on the West Gippsland … Continue reading

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Breaking the Cycle: New online groups.

Anglicare’s ParentZone Gippsland are pleased to offer Breaking the Cycle online. Breaking the cycle is an eight-week therapeutic program for parents and carers whose adolescents are abusive or violent in the home. The program is supportive, informative and affirming, giving … Continue reading

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Chicken and Leek Baked Risotto

It is mothers day this weekend! We know that mothers day stalls and school crafted gifts have been cancelled for this year. So and kids why not give mum a special treat and cook her a yummy meal this Sunday. … Continue reading

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Advice for people with disability

The Australian Government Department of Health has created a webpage containing COVID-19 advice for people with disability. The webpage explains how people with disability can protect themselves from COVID-19, including through good hygiene, physical distancing, avoiding public gatherings, isolating if … Continue reading

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Get Zooming: Connect with your friends and family online.

We know know that some people are struggling with not seeing their friends and family. We also know that it is easier to connect online than many people think. So we have put together a basic video on how you … Continue reading

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Food Safety Courses are still available!

Due to recent social distancing requirements you’ll understand the need for face-to-face classes to be cancelled temporarily.  So that participants and job seekers within our area are still able to complete their Food Safety courses we are pleased to enable … Continue reading

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