• Heidi’s Welcome – Autumn 2022

    News, Events, News and Events / 16 March

    Welcome to the Can:Do Group Autumn supporter update. You will notice that this edition looks noticeably different to that of the previous Smile Magazines. The reason for that is simple, but well-considered: we have listened to your feedback and appreciate that you would rather see fewer expenses from us and more funds for the people…

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  • Dinner in the Dark

    Events, News and Events / 13 February

    Are you ready to dine in the dark? Get set for a culinary experience like no other… Step into the National Wine Centre on Friday 6 May 2022 and enter a world where your notion of taste and smell are truly tested. Established in 2014, Dinner in the Dark is the first of its kind…

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  • Loud Shirt Day

    News, Events, News and Events / 10 January

    Did you know that over 12,000 Australian kids face everyday with a hearing loss? And most Australians wouldn’t know where to turn if their child had a hearing loss. Early intervention can mean a big difference in terms of outcomes for children and that is why Can:Do 4Kids have announced 12-month-old Liam and 5-year-old Max…

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  • Staff News

    News, Events, News and Events / 30 November

    In August, we welcomed two new social workers, Rosanna and Beck, to the team. Social workers are a vital part of the Can:Do family and help by building parent-to-parent connections, helping to develop parent-to-child relationships, supporting families through a diagnosis and so much more. If you ever need them you can get in touch by…

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  • School Holiday Success Creates Social Buddies for Life

    News, Events, News and Events / 30 November

    Our school holiday groups are a great way for children and youth to meet others in a safe and inclusive environment to help build those important social connections. The recent term three school holiday trial of our Social Buddies group, designed to provide social opportunities and community participation for young people with Autism Spectrum Disorder,…

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