Thanks for 2016!

Well the holiday season is almost upon us again. 2016 has been a huge year for us here at SVRC.

In June we hosted a Swimming Carnival which was a lot of fun and our Support Skills students had heaps of fun competing in over 50 events.

We ventured into the city for a Big Arts Day Out – taking in the wonderful sounds of the Melbourne Recital Centre, the Ian Potter Gallery and undertook a mobility exercise at Flinders Street station.

We held numerous Professional Learning events including an additional Education Support for Students with Low Vision and an event for CRTs which had over 45 participants.

Deakin University student Ben Whitburn undertook extensive research into the impact our Support Skills Program has on students with a very positive result.

And our Expo this year had more attendees than we’ve ever had before!

But we can’t do any of this without the support, involvement and passion of you – so we would like to extend a warm thank you for making SVRC the place that it is today.

We would like to wish you and your family a safe and happy festive season and will look forward to another great year when the clocks tick over to 2017.

The SVRC Team!

Image: Primary-aged student with hands on a braille book.

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