Coffee and Chat 0-15 years

October 17, 2020

11:00am-12:00pm (VIC)

Online

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Join our Coffee and Chat for parents of 0-15 years!

 

Down Syndrome Victoria is offering the opportunity to get together with other Victorian parents each month in an informal online format. Our catch-ups are a great chance to meet other parents, share information and experiences. The conversation is informal, so bring your cuppa and any topics or questions you might want to discuss.

Dates

Date: Saturday 17 October

Time: 11:00 am-12:00 pm (VIC)

All sessions will be run from 11:00am-12:00pm on the third Saturday of every month.

Location

This is an online event.

About the event

These sessions are suitable for parents who have a child with Down syndrome aged 0-15 years. We also periodically run coffee and chat sessions for parents of older teens and adults which you can take a look at here.

Expected learning outcomes

  • Connect with other parents and carers
  • Share information and experiences
  • Peer support
  • Updates from Down Syndrome Victoria

If you have any questions contact soniab@dsav.asn.au. 

Register below to join the session online.

To Register

To register, please visit our online registration page.

We are running monthly sessions Coffee and Chat sessions and you may find a date in following months. Visit our Event page for new events each month.  

Presenters

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Sonia Bonadio, Family Support Manager, DSV

This session will be facilitated by our Family Support Manager Sonia Bonadio. Sonia is a social worker and a parent of a child with Down syndrome and has worked with services in the disability sector, mental health, maternity services, protective services and early intervention. In 2016 Sonia worked as a MyTime Facilitator for DSV and thoroughly enjoyed her time facilitating the group, providing her with a great opportunity to gain understanding and knowledge in many areas relating to families who have or who are caring for children who have Down syndrome.

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