The Children's Tumour Foundation is proud to present an exciting new all-inclusive hybrid NF community information day on Saturday 20 August 2022.
This is a great opportunity for anyone impacted by neurofibromatosis to learn more about the support services and treatment options in place to help manage their condition.
Whether attending in person or online, the event will bring together NF patients and families, researchers, clinicians, friends, and supporters who have a connection to NF.
Location: Library at The Dock (Performance Space)
Address: Level 2, 107 Victoria Harbour Promenade
Corner of Collins and Bourke streets, Docklands VIC 3008
Access: Wheelchair access available
Inclusions: Food and drinks will be provided for those attending in person
SPEAKERS & AGENDA
** this agenda is subject to change. Stay tuned.
Public transport is your best bet. You will be able to find information on the "Getting There" tab on the City of Melbourne website HERE.
Children at the event
Children are welcome to attend the information day if arrangements for alternative care cannot be made.
Adjacent to the Performance Space is a room where children over the age of 4 (with your consent), can be supervised by volunteers who have undergone appropriate checks. There is also a playground at the venue which can be easily accessed (weather permitting).
Unfortunately, there will be no supervision for children under the age of 4 and is only available while parents or carers are on site. If you leave the venue for any reason, you must collect your child before departing.
If your child is older, they are welcome to attend the information day sessions if you feel they would benefit from learning more about NF or are otherwise comfortable in them doing so.
If you have questions about your children attending please contact us on email@example.com and a team member will reach out.
The event will comply with all COVID-safe measures put in place by the federal and state governments to ensure the safety of all attendees. This will be in addition to any regulations and venue policies. Increased sanitation and social distancing will be encouraged where possible. Face masks are recommended during the event.
All attendees will be asked about their health status prior to event commencement and for those experiencing flu-like symptoms and not able to attend in person your ticket can be converted to virtual attendance.
Rest assured, the safety of our attendees, speakers and staff is paramount and as an organisation we will work to ensure the safest environment possible.