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A recent pamper day organized by Soroptimist International of Launceston in collaboration with Citizen Advocacy Launceston was a great success. The event aimed to provide women with intellectual disabilities with an opportunity to enjoy pampering services that they may not usually have access to. The day proved to be a fantastic opportunity for these women to break out of their social isolation and connect with the wider community.

The event offered a range of services such as hair brushing, manicures, neck and shoulder massages, and belly dancing performances. The services were tailored to cater to the needs of the women and were delivered in a welcoming and inclusive environment. The event was a testament to the power of community collaboration, with members of the club volunteering their time and resources to make the event a success.

The impact of the pamper day on the women involved was significant. For many of these women, it was their first experience of such services, and they were thrilled with the attention and care they received. The event helped to improve their confidence, self-esteem, and overall wellbeing. The day also provided an opportunity for these women to connect with other members of the community, promoting social inclusion and breaking down barriers.

Overall, the pamper day was a fantastic initiative that had a positive impact on the women involved. It highlighted the importance of community collaboration and the need for inclusive events that cater to the needs of all members of the community.

Dr Natasha Vavrek

SI Launceston Past President 

SI Tasmania Region President 

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Soroptimist International is a global movement of women, with members belonging to more than 3,000 clubs in 126 countries/territories, spread over 5 Federations