The teachers return to school at the National Institute for the Visually Impaired on 10th February so, finally, the first shipment of spectacles and magnifiers is on its way to Bhutan!!
At last – the first delivery of spectacles, dome magnifiers and hand held, self illuminated magnifiers are *nearly* ready to be shipped to the National Institute for the Visually Impaired in Bhutan! We’re just waiting for some extra cases to… Continue Reading »
Yes – it’s December. What a relief. It’s been a big year and my To Do list is finally shrinking. I’ve finished all the workshops and training programs for 2012 so I’ve only got policies and plans left to complete,… Continue Reading »
Nanny McPhee. Mmmm. Apparently I’ve earned a nickname. Need your organisation whipped into shape? Call Nanny McPhee on 0412 637 387. Or so I’m told Hope I scrub up as well as Emma Thompson (eventually) does.
What a couple of months it’s been! The Simpson Desert Bike Challenge (even with all the dramas we raised $36,000 for the RFDS), an exciting new bylaw project for Community Housing, updating policies for community centres down south, more strategic… Continue Reading »
Kate in full flight (‘Media Marketing and your business, coming, ready or not!’) at last year’s Southern Women in Business Media conference. (Thanks to We Create Design Solutions @ http://wecreateds.com.au/ for the pic.)
Kate was honoured to be presented in April with the 2011 Dr Paul Collier Memorial Gratitude Award by Dignity for Disability… and wishes everyone involved a happy and productive year consolidating their last year’s hard work. It’s not easy being… Continue Reading »
Thanks everyone for your very positive feedback about the website. We’ve fixed a few small glitches and I’m enjoying being able to refer people to it when they ask “so, Kate – what EXACTLY is it that you do?”. After… Continue Reading »
At long last! The website is done and ‘live’. Thanks to Ross for his patience and hard work. Your frank and constructive comments will be very welcome - click on Contact and then on the email link. Now I just… Continue Reading »