Tag Archive: Mornington Peninsula

Apr 21

Proud Performance by Beleura Village Chorus

Another fundraising delight organised by the CLA brings in much needed funds for building accommodation for adults with a disability. On Sunday 8th April, 2018, our fundraising team member Carole organised the very successful High Tea & Silent Auction at the Beleura Village Chorus to Blue Hills Rise Village in Cranbourne raising a whopping $1,965 …

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Apr 11

Invite: NDIS information session

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COMMUNITY LIFESTYLE ACCOMMODATION LTD INVITES YOU TO: NDIS information session Date: Thursday 31 May 2018 Time: 10am for 10.30am start – 1.30pm close Venue: Conference room Morning Star Estate, 1 Sunnyside Rd Mt Eliza _________________________________________________________ Information about the National Disability Insurance Scheme & how our speakers can assist you. SPEAKERS WILL COVER: OPTIONS for PLAN MANAGEMENT …

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Mar 26

Many questions answered at today’s General Meeting

General Meeting 26 March 2018

Today’s CLA General Meeting saw many questions answered by Dr John Chesterman OPA Thank you John for helping our carers understand the legal issues that impact on families caring for a person with an cognitive impairment. John handed out the latest publications put out by the OPA. CLA were encouraged to keep up our advocacy …

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Mar 02

Invite: CLA General Meeting & Guest Speaker March 2018

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CLA Members & Parents/Carers welcome   Date: Mon 26 March Time: 10am for 10.30am start – 1.30pm close Venue: Conference room Morning Star Estate, 1 Sunnyside Rd Mt Eliza _________________________________________________________ General meeting attendees welcome @ 10am or 11am for guest speaker GUEST SPEAKER at 11am: John Chesterman (Dr) (Deputy Advocate, Office of the Public Advocate) …

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Feb 23

Frolics & friendship at CLA’s Mad Hatters Tea Party

CLA’s Mad Hatters Tea Party

Happy memories were made under the rose arbour of the stunning Morning Star Estate in Mt Eliza. Beautiful food and service delighted our guests. Outrageously decorated hats were the theme of the day which brought on tears of laughter. Our independent judges for the “Hats in the Field” competition had a difficult task of choosing …

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Feb 07

CLA Mad Hatters Tea Party—Event Booked Out

CLA Mad Hatters Tea Party 19 Feb 2018

Monday 19 February 2018 Event Booked Out A fun event planned by CLA for parents/carers to start this year with friendship, relaxation, laughter and sharing information. A free event for primary carers. Our patron Judy Barrett has a beautiful garden at the Morning Star often used for weddings, families get the chance to view the …

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Dec 17

Merry Christmas from us all at CLA

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year message from CLA

Please click our Christmas message to view our wishes to you & accomplishments of 2017.

Dec 15

CLA on ‘A Registration and Accreditation Scheme for the Victorian Disability Workforce’

CLA’s Submission in response to the Consultation Paper on “Registration and Accreditation Scheme for the Victorian Disability Workforce We welcomed the opportunity to provide our input into these discussions and look forward to hearing the outcome. Written by Marsha Sheridan on behalf of the CLA board. Contact: marie.hell@bigpond.com or 0423 356 878 Click here to …

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Dec 10

Christmas a time of HOPE & JOY

CLA Cloverleaf Project build at Rosebud SMPUC site

Cloverleaf housing project has commenced – on Uniting Church Land in Rosebud 8 adults with a disability will have a place to call home, their ageing parents will have peace of mind. There are hundreds of ageing carers on the Peninsula living in fear of dying, worried what will happen to their dependents. (“Must passionate …

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Nov 27


CLA is campaigning strongly for The Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) allocation under the NDIS be extended to include people with a severe/profound intellectual disability Housing providers and developers are developing housing opportunities only for ‘SDA Eligible’ participants, is that a fair outcome for our older sons and daughters with an severe/profound intellectual disability still living …

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