Ready to Launch! Tham Gia South School Holiday Program
Ready to launch! Tham Gia South School Holiday Program
Vietnamese children with disabilities, their siblings and parents are invited to come to the free launch event for our Tham Gia South Program on Saturday 30th April at Noble Park Community Centre from 2:30pm-5:15pm.
There will be a reptile show, refreshments, arts and crafts, games and Vietnamese staff on hand who will explain Tham Gia and support those interested to complete the Tham Gia Enrolment Form. At least one parent must attend with their children to provide supervision.
To attend, families must RSVP by filling in the Expression of Interest listed in the launch flyer or directly contact our program staff to register:
Emily Curran – Tham Gia South Program Coordinator (English)
Mai Tinh Nguyen – Tham Gia South Program Facilitator (Vietnamese and English)
Tham Gia South is a school holiday program for Vietnamese children with disabilities and their families living in the outer South of Melbourne. It is funded through various government grants and is based on our highly successful TG program in the West.
The events (mostly) operate during the school holidays and are aimed at friendship building and community participation for Vietnamese families with children experiencing a disability in the Southern region of Melbourne. All events are attended by bilingual staff. Many events are free or we will ask for a small donation towards attendance. You do not need to have a NDIS plan to access Tham Gia South.
Head to our Tham Gia School Holiday Program – Southern page for all the details including the Program Expression of Interest and Program Brochure (available in Vietnamese and English).