Nor West News : November 11th 2010
8 NOR-WEST NEWS, NOVEMBER 11, 2010 NEWS AUTHORISED DISTRIBUTOR 195Rp R Kkpkp INDUSTRIAL & RURAL + GST RESIDENTIAL .t e . .n www h h d hhd d dd 0800 222 027 GST Included unless stated otherwise. Prices are for kit only. Windows and delivery not included. Pictures shown are examples only. Prices are for Region A, Terrain Category 2.5, Shielding 1.0, Topography 1.0. Site conditions to be checked & verified by building certifier before construction commences. Higher wind speeds available on application. Prices valid from 01/10/2010 to 18/12/2010 and are only available at The Shed Company. D 2.4 From $6,299 From $10,699 T ip 9 7 2.4 From $24,700+GST C ci 10 20 5 From $45,799+GST Ind st i 18 18 5.5 From $30,999+GST Op n F Sh d 12 24 4.8 From $11,723 A ic n B n 9.5 7 2.4/3. SHED OF THE MONTH R R R R TM TM Why buy a Fair Dinkum Shed: Fair Dinkum Value A Fair Dinkum Shed is a great value shed designed to meet the Building Code of New Zealand and appropriate NZ Standards. Industry Experience Second to None Over 180,000 Fair Dinkum Sheds sold across Australasia since 1999. Local Service backed by a National Brand Fair Dinkum Sheds are sold from Cape Reinga to Bluff so weʼve got you covered! Backed by NZʼs biggest building company Fair Dinkum Homes and Sheds is a Fletcher Building owned business and is manufactured in New Zealand. Customising The industry leading software Multibuild® is the envy of competitors. Come in and see your ideal shed custom designed right in front of your eyes. Unique Service Full site specifc engineering calculations and council plans for ease of council approval. Instruction Manuals for DIYers. Dr Bill Keith -- MNZAS Audiologist Delicia Coetzer -- Speech-Language Therapist Dr Anne Toth -- Audiologist Liz Powell -- Education Adviser Some children can hear, but have trouble understanding what they hear. Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) can adversely affect language development, reading, educational achievement and behaviour. www.soundskills.co.nz Is your child having problems understanding at school? This could be an Auditory Processing Disorder Come and learn more about APD SoundSkills specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of APD Seminar: 7.30pm -- 9.00pm Tues 23 November. Venue: The Parenting Place, 300 Great South Rd, Greenlane. Please register by emailing email@example.com or phone 524 7074 FREE SEMINAR hearing skills for sound learning 1 in 20 children may have an auditory processing disorder Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) is a seriously under- recognised hearing problem that is an underlying cause of learning diffculties in thousands of New Zealand children. APD is not detected by standard hearing tests, but it can be diagnosed and it can be treated. A new specialist clinic for children with APD, SoundSkills, has been established in The Parenting Place in Greenlane. SoundSkills expert team of audiologists, speech- language therapist and education adviser provide specialised testing and treatment programmes. They also hold free seminars for parents to learn more about APD. Soundskills Audiologist Dr Bill Keith says APD affects an estimated 5% of children and most go undiagnosed. APD often shows up as a learning problem and causes under-achievement because these children are missing out on vital information. The problem lies in the hearing pathways and centres in the brain. Children may be unable to extract or retain the message that they need to from spoken information, especially if there is background noise. APD requires specialised testing and individualisedtreatment. But, says Dr Keith, there is good evidence for the effectiveness of a number of treatments. For more information, an informative brochure, or to attend a free seminar please contact SoundSkills at firstname.lastname@example.org or (09) 524 7074 or visit www.soundskills.co.nz. Clinics: Greenlane and North Shore. hearing skills for sound learning Something every parent should know Advertisement ALLAN WALLACE BUILDERS LTD Registered Master Builder & Site Safe Member Mob 0274 975 152 • Ah 412 9611 email@example.com Registered Master Builders 2010 House of the Year Master Build Guarantee Gold Winner of PlaceMakers Renovation Award $250,000 - $500,000 Gold Winner of New Homes $350,000 - $450,000 3113162AA Free legal workshops on Free legal workshops are offered by the Waitakere Community Law Service. Benefits from the Cradle to the Grave -- Getting What You Are Entitled To is on Novem- ber 25 at the Glen Eden Community House. It runs from 7pm to 9pm at 13 Pisces Rd covering applications, reviews, investigations and obligations for ben- eficiaries. Phone Carol on 818-2194 to book. Know Your Rights at work is on November 26 at Waitakere Workers Educational Association. It runs from 12.30pm to 1.30pm at 9 Henderson Valley Rd. Phone Viv Jones on 837-1471 to book. Visit www.waitakere law.org.nz or phone 835-2130. A zumba party to fight cancer By CATHERINE HEALY Zumba party: Rachel Clemow, Tirita Heke and Toni Morris are putting on a zumba party to fundraise for the Cancer Society. Photo: CATHERINE HEALY Tirita Heke has no qualms about asking for help with a good cause. As well as being a new mum, Tirita's been putting her time while on maternity leave into organising a fundraiser for the Cancer Society. In 2008 my sister was diagnosed with pancre- atic cancer. She died in 2009,'' Tirita says. Her sister Carol Samson lived in Helensville. The Glendene resident came up with the idea of hosting a giant zumba party at Trusts Stadium. She started asking zumba instructors if they'd be prepared to vol- unteer their time. Rachel Clemow is one of the six who said yes. She team-teaches zumba at the Hobsonville Com- munity Hall with Toni Morris. Rachel says zumba is something anyone can do. For people who feel they're unfit and over- weight, zumba is great. It gives you confidence and makes you feel good about yourself. You don't have to be co-ordinated, you don't have to know the moves and you don't have to be fit. It's great fun and suits people who don't like the gym,'' Rachel says. Rachel, Toni and Tirita's co-organiser Anna Maxwell have all had family and friends affected by cancer. At the zumba party on Saturday six instructors will provide 90 minutes of high energy moves. The event begins at 5.30pm with a half-hour zumba session for chil- dren. The adults session begins at 6pm and will run until 7.30pm. Tirita says people can take a break when they need to, and should bring along a towel and water bottle. Zumba Fundraiser Party, Saturday, 5.30pm, Trusts Stadium, Central Park Drive, Henderson, adults $15, students and seniors $10, children $5. Adult spectators for the children's session, gold coin donation. Tickets on the door, cash only. All proceeds to the Cancer Society. Call Tirita on 021-031-9733.
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