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COVID Update

Noah’s Inclusion Services is still operating throughout COVID lockdown periods. As an essential service, we are able to continue providing NDIS services both in person or via the Telehealth platform. Some of our programs have been temporarily suspended due to COVID. Organisers will contact affected families directly about any changes. Please call us on (02)...
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Noah’s Challenge

The Noah’s Challenge was a huge success, raising over $38,000 for our Noah’s programs for local children and families. It was a great day on the banks of the Shoalhaven River with dozens of teams enjoying a range of fun physical, mental and creative challenges. None of it would have been possible without our sponsors...
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Noah’s – a place of diversity and inclusion

Noah’s Inclusion Services provides NDIS Services for children and young people with a disability or special need. Our aim is to help them make the most of all opportunities at home, school and in the community. A range of programs are also provided for families, helping them to overcome challenges, connect with services and meet...
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Become a Noah’s Supporter

Noah’s relies on community support to ensure that we can provide the most effective programs and support services for children with a disability and their families. We would love to work together with individuals and businesses to help local families thrive. You can help us today by making a donation or joining our Kids Supporter...
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The Parent Room – Thursday 30 August 2018

Information on NDIS 10.30am only Presented by a representative from NDIA & a LAC (Local Area Co-ordinator) Understanding the client portal What can I ask for? – What is Reasonable and Necessary What do I need to know for my Review? Difference between Core & Capacity building (NB different for Under and Over 7’s) Self...
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The Parent Room: Strategies for Fussy Eating

A recent session held in late March in The Parent Room introduced parents and carers to ‘Strategies for Fussy Eating’.  This session looked at a range of things including sensory processing, sensitivity, senses, autism, oral skills and gave families helpful strategies when it came to mealtimes. There may be a number of reasons children refuse...
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