Bright Lights, Big City and New Opportunities!

Media Release: Bright Lights, Big City and New Opportunities! Released: 29 December 2020 Mai-Wel, one of the Hunter’s largest Disability Service Providers, is bringing an immersive audio and visual experience to Newcastle in 2021 in partnership with City of Newcastle. Commencing in February, the 12-week program ‘A Sense of the City’ will be an inclusive, interactive and collaborative program for creative storytellers living with disability in Newcastle and surrounding areas. Held at Newcastle City Hall, participants will have the opportunity to collaborate with like-minded people to [...]

By |2021-01-15T18:53:33+11:0023rd December, 2020|Creative Arts, Media releases|

Mai-Wel’s Sensational Spaces are now open at The Hill

Mai-Wel’s Sensational Spaces are now open at The Hill! Since late 2019 Mai-Wel’s Sensational Spaces Sensory Project has transformed from the seed of an idea to reality with the support of the Newcastle Permanent Charitable Foundation. The Sensational Spaces project was created to develop and build two sensory rooms and a sensory garden at Mai-Wel’s purpose-built centre The Hill for people with disability with moderate to high support needs. The Sensory Spaces concept could not have been brought to into fruition at this scale without support from [...]

By |2020-12-23T20:31:01+11:0022nd December, 2020|Media releases, The Hill|
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