Coffee and Chat 15+ years

November 26, 2020

8:00 pm – 9:00 pm (VIC)

Online

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Join our Coffee and Chat for parents of 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: Thursday 26 November

Time: 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm (VIC)

Location

This is an online event.

About the event

These sessions are suitable for parents who have a son or daughter with Down syndrome aged 15+ years.

Expected learning outcomes

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

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. We also run coffee and chat sessions for parents of younger teens and children which you can check out here

Presenters

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Debby Fraumano, Adult Support Manager, DSV

This session will be facilitated by our Adult Support Manager Debby Fraumano. Debby is a social worker with a long history in the disability sector. She started out in direct services, and then worked with the Association for Children with a Disability for a few years after her second child was born with a disability.

Following that with a stint in case management she then returned to the Association for Children with a Disability as the Coordinator of ACD Educate with a focus on assisting parents in preparing for the NDIS. Debby firmly believes in never being afraid to try new things and make some mistakes on the way. It’s all part of life and learning.

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