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    Making Therapy Work for your Child & Family: MyTime Online

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    Making Therapy Work for your Child & Family

    MyTime Online 

    About this event

    Maintaining a balance between therapy and family life can be a juggle. 

    Join us and hear from other families on the different ways they use therapy to support not only their child but also their entire family to thrive. Share with us what works for your family. Ask for advice or simply connect with other families who are also navigating therapy and supports.

    This event is facilitated by Bree

    Bree is a mum of two children. Her second child Dax was born with Congenital Cytomegalovirus (CMV). She has lived around Australia before settling on the south coast of NSW with her family. 

    Bree and her partner Mitchell love the outdoors and will always find a way to include Dax in their adventures along with their daughter Dylan.

    Who is this event for?

    MyTime is for parents and caregivers raising a child with disability, developmental delay or who is neurodivergent.

    During a MyTime session, there is a guided discussion and a space to connect with other families. These discussions offer an opportunity for parents and caregivers to share and learn from each other.

    More information

    • MyTime is held online using Zoom. 
    • If you have accessibility needs, please advise during registration.
    • By registering for this event you agree you have have read and agreed with the MyTime member consent statement - MyTime Consent Statement

    PLEASE NOTE: DUE TO PRIVACY CONSIDERATIONS THESE EVENTS ARE NOT RECORDED. 


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      Disclaimer: Kindred provides an opportunity for families raising children with disability to learn from each other and share their experiences and resources. Kindred does not provide personalised advice or services.

      Funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services.Visit www.dss.gov.au for more information.


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