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Mrs Casuscelli helps teach the teachers and principals in many different schools and also gets help from many different people and groups. Mrs Casuscelli’s groups called positive partnership initiatives. I learn’t that there are many different types of autism like: Autistic Disorder, PDD-NOS, Asperger Syndrome, Rett Syndrome, childhood disintegrative disorder, savant. Like you see there are many different autism for boys and girls but some get just be for boys or girls. Mrs Casuscelli is NSW team leader for PD.
I learnt that Rosemeadow, Minto and Claymore are being redeveloped and new housing is being built. The housing in Rosemeadow is being developmed for the over 55’s. The redevelopment is happening in Rosemeadow and Minto right now and will proceed in Claymore very soon.
St Vincent De Paul help Dads with children by offering them housing for a maximun of 12 weeks. They also help single mums by giving them a place to sleep. They help people with children and support them with a camp in Mollymook. Children are a le to go on this camp for free. They also help people who are having difficulty financially e.g organising for a school child to attend the school camp.
There is only three refugees centres that cater for single men with children. There is more women refugee homes than mens. There is more homeless people living in motels, which are supported by the organisations, than that are housed in a refuge centre.
We can help them by fundraising and donating the money we raised to the refuge centre.
- In 2006, more than two-thirds (67%) of the homeless population were adults over 18 years of age, with 12% under 12 years of age, and 21% from 12 to 18 years old. Less than half (44%) of homeless people were female.
In Australia there are 36,000 young people homeless. Lots of homeless female’s are homeless 30 and male’s are from 33. More than 600 people are cared for and accommodated each day.
- 99,900 houseless people in Australia.(105,304 in 1996)
- 54% adults over 24 years of age.
- 10% under the age of 12 years.
- 36% young people between 12 and 24 years.
- 42% of houseless people were female.
- 58% were single. (58,116)
- 19% were couples. (18,840)
- 23% were families (22,944 people or 6,745 families.
Sydney has 15 456 homeless people out on the streets. These people can become homeless from financial difficulty, wasting money, drug addictions, natural disasters, eviction and domestic violence.
What are Tony Abbott and Julia Gillard promising to support the homeless?
The two most popular soon to be Prime Ministers have made their promises to the homeless people. Unfortunately, Tony Abbott isn’t promising anything to help support the homeless but Julia Gillard is. Julia Gillard is promising to give two hundred and twenty-five million dollars to help build affordable houses in cities.
Asylum seekers have to get searched to enter the detention centre. Hundreds of thousands people have to move out of their houses. The asylum seekers get abused. Many families have lost 1 or 2 people who have died in the war. There is no peace in Sri Lanka. The government made them move out of there houses. They have to move by boats. Asylum seekers come to places by boat and then held in a detention centre until they send them back to their country or kept in Australia. We can at least give asylum seekers a fair go. The government needs to see that asylum seekers are poor or their country is in war so give them a chance. Australia has to support asylum seekers so they can live their life in freedom.