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Free Information Session – What is advocacy?

May 14 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am UTC+10




What is advocacy? And how to build self-advocacy skills.

People With Disability Australia (PWDA) is presenting an advocacy session at Liverpool City Library, Yellamundie.

The session is hosted by a panel of experienced PWDA advocates who specialise in individual advocacy across a range of issues related to housing, NDIS appeals, employment, education, health and more.

About the information session:

Learn all about disability advocacy and how it can help you solve a problem you are experiencing. You can also ‘Ask an Advocate’ questions during Q&A.

This free interactive session is designed for people with disability, parents of adults or young people with disability, and partners or family members of people with disability.

Event details:
Time: 10:00 am until 11:00 am
Date: Tuesday 14 May
Place: Liverpool City Library | Yellamundie, 52 Scott Street, Liverpool
Cost: Free; however booking is essential. Light refreshments will be served.
Registration: Click here to book your spot in this workshop
For more information please contact: libraryevents@liverpool.nsw.gov.au


Liverpool City Library | Yellamundie
52 Scott Street
Liverpool, New South Wales 2170 Australia
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