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Our Christmas Message Sends a Very Big Thank You 
IMPACT’s Board, Management and Staff would like to extend their Christmas Cheer and wish everyone a very happy holidays!  
We’d also like to take this opportunity to say thank you—THANK YOU to all the people that have worked with us, inspired us, supported us and helped us to do the best that we can for our community. We look forward to seeing you in the New Year and starting 2017 with much prosperity and happiness.
Please note: our offices will close on Friday December 23 at 4pm and we reopen Tuesday January 3, 2017 at 8am. If you have any enquiries please contact our friendly staff for assistance before we close.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all!
 
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What is NDIS? 
We're all on a journey to learn more about the upcoming NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme), so we feel it is time we keep everyone up to date. This is an exciting time of change and we want to 
ensure you are all part of this new system. We now have a team ready to talk to you, they can answer any questions, help you navigate your supports and learn about what is in store for people with disability or mental health. 
Click on the link below to view our first newsletter. If you have any questions about NDIS and how that might look for you, or someone you care for, please contact IMPACT's NDIS Transition Manager Mark Davidson on 0412 265 545 or email ndis@impact.org.au
 
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Mumma's Nest Pays it Forward with $500 Donation 
Alowishus Delicious have been running the Pay It Forward program for just over a year now. During this time more than 700 sandwiches have been paid forward 
from generous patrons in and out of the Bundaberg Region. The vouchers are distributed to the people our Street Outreach volunteers meet while out on the streets. 
Mumma’s Nest coordinator's recently contacted Tracey at Alowishus offering a $500 donation. 
 
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Friends Gather for Christmas Celebrations 
Christmas celebrations have been aplenty at IMPACT with group break ups and get togethers. One group that recently enjoyed a festive feast and gathering
with friends was the volunteers from the Community Visitors Scheme (CVS). Heather Hinsbey, CVS coordinator, commends the commitment of volunteers and wants to express a huge thank you. “It is so great to have such a wonderful team of volunteers, all with a common goal, which is to enhance the lives of the elderly people they visit. They don’t otherwise have friends or family who visit them anymore, so it is our volunteers that become that special friend.
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Life-change Learning Equates to Big Graduation
Forty-three students are now equipped with new skills, confidence, networks and a real chance at finding work. On Thursday December 15, all students will graduate 
with their Certificate III level qualification in their chosen field. Many of the 43 people who participated in training were looking for work or unsure what career path they should pursue. However, after graduating from IMPACT Community Services they will all step out ready to take on the world in industries such as hospitality, aged care, disability services and business administration.
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New Learning New Career New Beginnings 
Moving from the Philippines and not knowing where to turn next brought Theresa to IMPACT. She has been participating with the PhaMs Employment program since June
 this year and now has a whole new beginning in front of her. Theresa originally worked as a professional photographer and a registered nurse in the Philippines, however her qualifications were not recognised here in Australia. 
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