Friday, February 2, 2018

Have work, will travel

Yes! I am rejoining the labour force. 

Four places where I can, once again, spend my money

As a Support Officer in the, three Shire wide, Accessible Towns project. Funded by the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) this project sets out to make towns, other than Newstead, places where the disabled, the aged, mothers with twins can move about and do their business.


I will be paid to do what worked so well in Newstead - befriend the shopkeepers and lead them to embracing accessibility in an affordable, friendly way.

Early next Monday I will attend a Training Session in Bendigo. For the rest I can barely wait.

2 comments:

  1. Wonderful News! Congratulations couldn't think of a better person to make these necessary changes and champion accessibility. What about obstacles on the pavements outside shops in C/maine? Racks, signs, chairs, bargain tables - all create obstacles for those wanting to use the pavement unhindered.

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  2. Dave, this is fabulous news.Keep up the good work.I had imagined you being quite confined in your alternative accommodation.So good to see you're not.

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