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Our hearts were filled with gratitude towards NDIS Minister, Bill Shorten, for his invaluable support in personally approving Annettes electric wheelchair. Allowing us to now venture to destinations previously out of reach—whether it was down the boat ramp to listen to the sounds of the sea or easily navigating beautiful grassy hills, each moment was a testament to newfound freedom. With heartfelt thanks also to Anne from Vikki Anderson and associates and Faith from Flow Freely.

https://flowfreely.com.au/
https://vickieanderson.com.au/
Love To Assist is very proud to once again be sponsoring the Blind Australian of the Year awards.

Its not too late to purchase tickets for this fantastic event and show your support.  Tickets can be purchased by following this link www.blindaustralianoftheyear.com.au/tickets

Saturday 28th October, 7pm at The Pullman King George Square, Brisbane

3 Course Dinner, Drinks, Entertainment - A Fully Inclusive Event  

Prior to the awards from 3pm to 6pm there is a  FREE Community Inclusion Expo to discover gadgets, resources and services for living life well with blindness and low vision.  Love To Assists Assistive Technology Specialist, Graeme Guildford will be there to chat about how technology can work for you.  So come along and say hi :-)   Find out more or show your interest in attending via The Blind Australian of the year Facebook Event page.
https://fb.me/e/1btclUGCs
We had a fantastic time today learning how to fish.  Thanks so much to Mark at #tackleland for the laughs and for teaching us how to tie the perfect knot.  Thanks also to Ian and Donna #cabbagetreecreekfleet for helping out.  We will look forward to the next one on the 20th September.  If you are keen to meet new friends and learn how to fish pop over to the Cabbage Tree Creek Fleet facebook page https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100087904285844 and register your interest.  

Photo is of the now expert Fisherpeople with perfectly tied knots waiting for the big one to jump on the hook.
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