Date: Thursday Time: pm for a pm start and pm end Venue: Neurospace Neurological & Vestibular Rehabilitation.
10 Colbee Court Phillip, ACT 2606 Participants: ACT allied health practitioners working with NDIS funded clients.
And rather than wasting your time on a long, drawn-out date where you already know that you don’t want to spend any more time with this person, speed dating allows you to meet multiple people in a short period of time.
At the end of the event, which usually involves meeting eight to 12 possible matches, you’ll turn in this piece of paper to the program’s leaders, and if mutual interest is expressed by you and any of the people you met, you’ll receive an email the next day with their contact information.While you may be used to meeting people through dating apps and websites, speed dating can also be a great way to meet potential love interests in your area.In fact, while app daters can often go through a long messaging process with a person of interest before actually meeting IRL, speed dating can enable you to meet people instantaneously and see if you have an immediate attraction and connection. If you’re interested in speed dating, it’s important to have a general understanding of how the process works.The project will identify allied health professionals working with the NDIS in ACT, and provide opportunities for knowledge management, networking and collaborative learning.Questions and Feedback National Disability Practitioners (NDP) is happy to help answer any questions you may have about this event. National Disability Services (NDS) and National Disability Practitioners (NDP) are organising a free networking event exclusively for allied health professionals in the ACT working with clients with NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) funding.The aim is for allied health professionals delivering services under the NDIS to meet peers and colleagues from other allied health professions to get a better sense who else is delivering NDIS allied health services and build connections for future referrals, multidisciplinary service delivery and /or collaboration.One character seems gay and the other 2 pick on him incessantly.Towards the end the biggest player, Too Cool, sees stars after sex and realizes its the woman of his dreams.Later, the male and female participants let the event organiser know which partners they would like to see again.If the male and female indicate mutual interest, the organiser gives them each other's contact information.