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Signs of success at silent morning tea

Department of Human Services Gippsland office, Sale, disability and development support officers held a silent morning tea to help them understand the challenges faced by their non-verbal clients. Pictured front are Kelly Morse and Lauren Bourke and back, from left, Karen Staplehurst, Gavin Proctor, Paul Dennison, Daryl Wilson and Manjit Parankusham.

Signs of success at silent morning tea

STAFF from the Department of Human Services Gippsland office in Sale held a silent morning tea at their Cunninghame St house on Wednesday to commemorate Augmentative and Alternative Communication Month.


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