Disability Workers Week

Posted on
December 7, 2020
Social Community and Disability Sector

Join us and celebrate!

Far too often, disability support workers are overlooked compared to other frontline workers like doctors, nurses and paramedics, so this year we’re celebrating Disability Workers Week from 6 December through to 12 December this year to highlight to the community that disability workers are essential workers too.

Throughout Disability Workers Week, we’ll be visiting workplaces, running BBQs and holding other community events to highlight the invaluable and essential work that disability support workers do.

If you get involved in these activities, you’ll get the chance to win one of many exciting prizes. There will be on-the-spot prizes of $50 gift cards up for grabs, as well as our major prize draw where you can enter to win one of 3 main prizes –$600, $300 and $150 in your choice of Coles or Woolies gift cards.

Each activity you attend earns you an entry into the major prize draw. The prizes will be drawn on Tuesday, 15 December.

Disability Workers Week Events:

Devonport BBQ: 12.30-2.30pm, Sunday 6 December. Bluff Playground, Devonport Bluff - RSVP

Devonport Wobbleboarding: From 8am, Monday 7 Dec, Over the Mersey Bridge. Meet on the East Devonport side

Burnie BBQ: 12.30-2.30pm, Monday 7 December. Burnie Park, Near back carpark & playground - RSVP

Launceston Wobbleboarding: From 8am, Tuesday 8 December, Corner of Paterson & Wellington St Launceston

Northern BBQ: 12-2pm, Tuesday 8 December. Hoo Hoo Haven, Heritage Forest, Conway St, Mowbray - RSVP

Southern Drinks: 5-7pm, Thursday 10 December. Republic Bar, 299 Elizabeth St, North Hobart - RSVP*

Hobart Wobbleboarding: From 8am, Friday 11 December, Corner of Brooker Hwy & Risdon Rd New Town

Southern BBQ: 12-2.30pm, Saturday 12 December. Benjafield Park, 7 Gormanston Rd, Moonah - RSVP

*Due to COVID restrictions, numbers for the southern drinks event are limited, so please book a ticket as we can't accept walk-ins on the day. The ticket is free and only for RSVP purposes.

For more information about this or any other industrial matter, members should contact HACSUassist on 1300 880 032 or email assist@hacsu.org.au or complete our online contact form

Social Community and Disability Sector