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Program teaching people with disabilities valuable life skills launches in Horsham | The Wimmera Mail-Times

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A NEW weekly program will launch to support and boost Wimmera residents who live with a disability. Grampians DisAbility Advocacy will launch a Horsham based Independent Pathways and Living Skills on Wednesday, February 24, following their earlier launch in Ararat. The Independent Pathways and Living Skills group is a free program open to all people with disabilities over 18 and runs each Wednesday at the Horsham Neighbourhood House. Project manager Carol Starkey said the program is about fostering skills for autonomy for persons with disabilities. “Especially after COVID, people with a disability are often very set in their activities, so they…



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