In Victoria we offer programs in South West from Colac to Portland. To enquire about becoming an South West I CAN School, contact our Regional Manager Kate Meade firstname.lastname@example.org
Our I CAN South West Victoria region offers face-to-face mentoring programs across Victoria’s South West Coast from Colac to Portland. COMMUNITY EVENTS – Come along to our 2021 Term 2 events. View or download our flyer for details. – I CAN South West Community Events Term 2, 2021
Kate Meade – Regional Manager South West
Kate’s early career was in dance. Among Kate’s many achievements in dance was her creation over 2012 – 2018 of the Victorian Dance Festival she has also been the host and producer of the Morning Rush program on ACE Radio which Kate received the 2019 Best Networked Radio Program. Kate is listed in the Australian Financial Review 100 Women of Influence (Regional and Local) and is currently studying a Bachelor of Psychology and is a MBA Candidate. Kate is a Mum of three which includes a fantastic Autistic son.
Contact Kate: email@example.com
Introduction to I CAN South West
i can showcase south west
I CAN South West: You Can't Ask That
Visit our Youtube channel to view more videos from our South West region including stories by Autistic students, principals and our I CAN Network South West Mentors.
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Conact Kate: firstname.lastname@example.org
Colan Distel – Principal, Hawkesdale P-12 College
“Students who are often very reserved have been much more open during these sessions… The one thing that really stands out is the smiles on their faces and the enthusiasm… students in this group have not had as many behavioural issues or emotional outbursts since starting the program”
Steve Crossley – Principal, Portland Bay Primary School
“Our students really connected with the Imagination Club and made strong bonds with students from other schools and the mentors from I CAN. They always looked forward to the sessions and enjoyed sharing their experiences with their peers and their families.”