Special interest Telelink program - January 2022

Meditation

Exercise; breathe work, breathing and guided meditation to promote inner health and well-being. Our aims is at the end of three weeks, participants are able to cultivate meditation practice into daily living. There will be opportunity at each session for participants to share their experiences

Monday 10, 17, 24 January

When: 10am AEDT
Suitable for: Beginners or seasoned practitioners.
Requirements: Wear comfortable clothing, have a comfortable chair and able to have feet on the ground, have a safe and quiet space, bring a warm blanket and if you can, to avoid heavy meal 2 hours prior to session.
Facilitator: Kem Tay Telelink Team member
Delivery: Zoom
Suitability: need to have access Zoom


Humans and metals - Out of the fiery furnace

There are 80 metals in the periodic table we use today in the space age but in this 3-week program, we will look at humans as they move from the Stone Age through the Bronze Age to the Iron Age. We will look at the social, technological, economic and political impacts of the human journey.

Monday 10, 17, 24 January

When: 11am AEDT
Facilitator: Phil West Telelink Volunteer
Delivery: Teleconference


Summer Webinar Series - three sessions

Session one: Chat with Rachel Leahcar - Singer Song Writer Singer/songwriter

Rachael Leahcar’s dynamic range, explosive vocals and powerful performances have stunned audiences across the globe.

Monday 10 January

When: 2pm AEDT
 

Session two: Fiona Macintosh – Author

Fiona McIntosh is an internationally bestselling author of currently over 35 novels of various genres for adults and children.

Monday 17 January

When: 2pm AEDT
 

Session three: Chat with Dr Hoby Wedler

Dr. Hoby Wedler is a scientist, an entrepreneur, a sensory expert, and is driven by his passion for innovative, creative, and insightful thinking. Hoby has been completely blind since birth.

Monday 24 January

When: 2pm AEDT
 

Delivery & Register: Zoom Webinar
Suitability: need to have access Zoom


Hubble, a 30-year history of a space telescope

Since its launch in 1990, the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) has provided a dazzling array of images that have awed and inspired the public. More than just pretty pictures, the dozens of terabytes of data collected has provided insight into the universe, from objects as close as the moon to the most remote galaxies, with incredible photos of supernovas and nebulas in between. In these three weeks, we will explore the history of the telescope and its discoveries; provide Hubble facts and links to some of the orbiting observatory's best images.

Monday 10, 17, 24 January

When: 2pm AEDT
Facilitator: Phil West Telelink Volunteer
Delivery: Teleconference


History: People on our Money

In this program, we’ll discuss the people that appear on our banknotes.

Tuesday 11, 18, 25 January

When: 10am AEDT
Facilitator: Ian Watkins Telelink Volunteer
Delivery: Teleconference


Wonderful World of Words

Join us on a journey through the wild, wacky and wonderful world of words – favourite words, word origins, word games, anagrams, funny words, unusual words, you never know where it might lead.

Tuesday 11, 18, 25 January

When: 2pm AEDT
Facilitator: John Jenkins Telelink Volunteer
Delivery: Teleconference


Crosswords

Enjoy a fun start to the day with a crossword or two!

Tuesday 11, 18 & 25 January

When: 2pm AEDT
Facilitator: Ian Watkins Telelink Volunteer
Delivery: Teleconference


Team Word Games

During these sessions, we will try different word games in small teams as well as a spelling chain!

Wednesday 12 & 19 January (2 sessions)

When: 10am AEDT
Facilitator: Maria Matheas Telelink Volunteer
Delivery: Teleconference


Vision Australia Library

What’s in the News? We will look at the diverse range of over 400 daily newspapers local and national as well as magazines.

Wednesday 12 & 19 January (2 sessions)

When: 2pm AEDT
Facilitator: Library Team
Delivery: Zoom
Suitability: need to have access Zoom


Quiz

Test your knowledge and have fun with the Quiz King!

Thursday 13, 20 & 27 January

When: 10am AEDT
Presenter: Alan
Delivery: Teleconference


Theatre, Acting, and Improvisation

Do you have a passion for acting, drama, stage performance? In this program, people who are BLV get the opportunity to develop their creative personas! Our presenter will workshop various techniques and role plays with you and who knows, you may produce a short play or performance at the end of the program!

Thursday 13, 20 & 27 January

When: 10:30am AEDT
Facilitator: Jason Whiter
Delivery: Zoom
Suitability: need to have access Zoom


More Amazing Melbourne Tours

Join Leanne our Tour Guide who will transport us virtually, discovering a place, an enterprise and a person. The Nullarbor ... Far from Boring, Before Qantas, There was Cobb & Co and Dame Nellie Melba, an Australian Icon

Thursday 13, 20 & 27 January

When: 2:00pm AEDT
Facilitator: Leanne Saward Tour Guide & Owner
Delivery: Teleconference


Trivia

Join us for a fun and entertaining program, questions will range from general knowledge to pop culture!

Friday 14, 21 & 28 January

When: 11am AEDT
Presenter: Michelle
Delivery: Teleconference


Food and Smart Cooking Ideas

Join Koralie and discover easy, nutritious and delicious recipes as well as cooking appliances, gadgets and tips!

Friday 14, 21 & 28 January

When: 2pm AEDT
Presenters: Koralie
Delivery: Teleconference


For any queries, please contact us:

Telelink

Call: 03 9864 9555 or 1800 458 555

Email: [email protected]