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Dr Fiona Rillotta and Mrs Jenny Widdop of the Flinders University College of Nursing and Health Sciences, invite you to a celebration of 20 years of enabling people with an intellectual disability to access the University environment.

About the Up the Hill Project

The Up the Hill Project, supported by the Flinders University College of Nursing and Health Sciences, encourages the participation of adults with a range of disabilities, including intellectual disability, in the social and educational life of Flinders University.

The Project aims to provide an inclusive and supportive opportunity at Flinders University enabling people with a disability, with support from a Peer Mentor, to access the University environment, develop social skills and social networks, and experience a range of educational opportunities and activities.

Refreshments will be served following the official proceedings. 

More information and registrations here

If you have any questions, please contact cnhs.marcomms@flinders.edu.au