Erika & CoCo Flash are bringing their Rainbow Storytime and Living Library sessions to Nelson! Rainbow Storytime is a chance to hear books about acceptance, diversity, inclusion and being kind, play some fun games and meet some fabulous drag queens with plenty of colours and glitter! Open to children of all ages. Living Library is designed around learning about how the duo became Erika & Coco, how they identify and is a chance to ask any questions you have about the LGBTQIA+ community.
Do you care for a disabled family member who is nearing adulthood? Asking yourself what happens next? Plan for the next stage of your family member’s life with this new workshop.
Many parents and carers worry what will happen when they are no longer able to support their disabled whānau member to the extent they do today. This comprehensive new workshop will show you step by step how to support and safeguard the future for your disabled loved one. Topics covered include:
Creating a vision for the future
Circles of support
Supported decision making
Wills, trusts and enduring powers of attorney
Ensure your disabled family member is set up to live a ‘good life’ as they move into adulthood. Register today to secure your spot!
This event is for families supporting a disabled family member.
All family members are welcome to attend.
Free thanks to funding from Te Pou | Lunch will be provided
To register please visit https://parenttoparentnz.formstack.com/forms/disability_and_adulthood or contact Christina on the details below.
Article type: Meetings and events
Start date: August 19, 2021
Start time: 9:30 AM
End Date: August 19, 2021
End Time: 2:30 PM
Venue: Constance Barnicoat Room, Richmond Library
280 Queen Street
Contact Name: Christina Slade
Contact Email: [email protected]