EPICC Maleny proposes to provide creative learning and socialisation opportunities for people with disabilities in our community.
EPICC’s creativity program commenced operation at the Maleny Neighbourhood Centre in January, 2016. The program aims to provide an innovative, post-school educational experience designed to foster and enable the learning of new skills and strategies, facilitate self expression and provide socialisation opportunities in our local community. There are literacy and creative learning experiences involving writing and other creative modes including music making.
These experiences aim to enable the learning of new skills and strategies, facilitate self expression and provide socialisation opportunities within a local community context.
Although the creativity program is primarily being provided for youth and adults with disabilities, other interested persons are most welcome to join.
A day of learning, creative writing, music, friendship and support for people with disabilities.
For more information or to come and visit:
Sue Irwin (Manager) Ph: 5499 9899
Debbie Rossow (Project Coordinator) Ph: 5499 9623