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The National RDAA Board is in the process of community support and infrastructure building, in making some significant changes to its operations. order to provide a satisfactory service, with After extensive consultation and tendering from practical outcomes for its riders and participants. It State Offices, the national office has relocated to does, however, continue to seek financial backing Adelaide, to share resources and accommodation for the many projects planned for the future. with RDA South Australia. It is indicative of the Ross Goulden (RDAA Chair) growing strength of the National Organisation that RDASA is offering its resources and support to NATIONAL OFFICE NEWS
improve the functioning of the National Body. The RDAA national office has moved! New contact details for RDAA are as follows: Another example of this support is RDA Queensland's plan to host the next face to face Riding for the Disabled Association of Australia Ltd Company meeting to be held in Brisbane on 21 -22 PO Box 280 Kent Town SA 5071 August, when the Board and Company meetings 215 Portrush Road Maylands SA 5069 will be supported with a social evening event, to and is being is staffed by a new Administrator, give delegates and Board members a chance to Theresa Moore. She is contactable by telephone mix informally. The new model of the National on (08) 8364 4444 or you can email Theresa at Company requires that States take more [email protected]. RDAA website responsibility for the successful function of RDAA, and I applaud the Member States for working The position of National Coaching Coordinator has positively towards making this happen. been vacant for some time. Funding is being sought to fill this critical position. Karen Aspery has Still another example of co-operation is the been seconded from RDA South Australia for six combining of resources by Rideability Victoria and months (16 hours a week) until ongoing funding RDA Australia for the approaching Equitana for the position can be sourced and a full selection Exhibition, to be held at the Melbourne Show- process initiated. Karen is currently the RDA SA grounds on 18-21 November. RDAA is the State Coaching and Volunteer Coordinator (4 days recognised charity for this huge event, where per week); a Level 2 NCAS RDA Coach and National equestrian disciplines from far and wide will demonstrate and display their vast array of skills and resources. This major event is a must for all of Karen will be working for RDA Australia on Fridays. those interested in the many equestrian interests available to us in Australia. [email protected] and will respond to your email within the week. If you would like to speak Apart from the highlights and features, such as to her please include your phone number and she those mentioned above, the most remarkable of will call you on the next Friday. all is the continuity of service being offered by the RDA Centres all around the country. The Pauline Perry (Chair of Program Delivery) will dedication of volunteers in providing opportunities continue to assist the RDA National Office and is currently working with the Australian Sports thousands of children and adults, all of whom live Commission to review the RDA Training Syllabi. with varying levels of disability, is simply 2010 DIARY DATES
members of their acquired skills, experience and Board Meeting Teleconference wisdom, is rewarded with a sense of fulfilment, Aug 21/22 RDAA Board & State Presidents Meeting and appreciated by those in need of the support. Sept 15 Board Meeting Teleconference Oct 13 Board Meeting Teleconference Nov 13 Volunteer Awards Dinner RDA is constantly working on developing its resources with coach training, professional advice, Dec 15 Board Meeting Teleconference

The Coaching Department has been working hard  National Coaching Workshop
in the past month preparing the National Coaching Marcus Oldham College, VIC, 2 - 5 July 2010 Workshop at Marcus Oldham College, Geelong,  Combined OTC/L1 Intensive Workshop, WA,
Victoria. We are pleased to announce that Dr 13 July – 16 July 2010 Andrew McLean will be our Guest Speaker at the  Combined OTC/L1 Intensive Workshop, QLD,
dinner on Saturday 3 July 2010. The dinner will be 25 - 26 July 2010 a formal 3-course dinner with a twist - the theme  RDAA Carriage Driving Workshop, VIC,
is "Black Tie and Gumboots". Dinner guests are 14 - 15 August 2010 invited to decorate their gumboots to match their  Level 2 National Coach Training Intensive
outfit. Prizes awarded for best decorated Workshop, SA, 27 Aug - 1 Sept 2010
 RDAA National Dressage Video Competition is
now open! Closing date for entries 5 Oct 2010. 80 RDA Coaches have registered for the National
Results announced 1 Dec 2010. For entry Coaching Workshop to be held on 2-5 July 2010. forms and further details visit Adam Horner from the Australian Sports RDAA National Coaches Workshop
Commission will be presenting on Presentation 2010 National Coaches Workshop
Skills for Coach Educators and Assessors and we will be held at are aiming for representatives from each state to Marcus Oldham College, Geelong, VIC., on Fri 2
July to Mon 5 July.

be able to take this knowledge away with them Program activities will include: • Roll out of new Coach Training system • Presentation Skill Course Another big job on our list has been the • Level 1 Polework completion of the Level 1 Manual which has been • Level 2 Introduction to Jumping the topic of many late night discussions and review • Guest Speakers of the written material. We hope to give everyone a ‘sneak preview' at the workshop. This will be one Carriage Driving Workshop – New Dates!
of the topics presented at the National Workshop. The Carriage Driving Workshop dates (formerly We will also welcome two Victorian riders, David advertised in the Coaching Newsletter for 12 - 13 Rak and Amy Harrison, who are recently returned June) has changed to 14 - 15 August, 2010. This from the Special Olympics National Games in workshop will be convened by Rideability Victoria. Adelaide and hear them speak of their experiences It is open to interstate participants (up to 3 and show off their medals. participants will have the costs of their transport covered). The aim of the workshop is for at least After the National Workshop we will take a deep 10 participants to complete their next level of breath and then launch whole-heartedly into Carriage Driving qualification. Registrations of finalizing the coaching syllabus review for the interest to: - Rikki Raadsveld, [email protected] Australian Sports Commission. We hope to present a final document to the ASC by the end of July. NEW COACHES PORTAL LAUNCH!
Relocation of National Office is happening as we Coaches' Portal developed speak and we are expecting about 100 boxes to with a generous grant from arrive and be unpacked in the South Australian The Sidney Myer Fund has
Office. For those of you who are awaiting manuals, been launched! Over 100 RDA Coaches have this will be the first box unpacked so we can registered their details to date. RDAA is dispatch those to you quickly! encouraging all RDA Coaches to sign up for this We are also looking forward to hearing feedback amazing free information service. from the participants and State Associations who RDA Coaches must first sign up and then log on to are running the Coach training courses under the access the online secure coaches' portal. Coaches Ian Potter Foundation money and will report on can update their details online at any time (only those outcomes in the next Spotlight issue. RDAA can update Coaches qualifications) and Karen Aspery, Acting Coaching Coordinator access coaching information 24/7. Pauline Perry, Chair Program Delivery NATIONAL SPOTLIGHT #2010/3

For instructions how to sign up to the portal go to 2010 SPECIAL OLYMPICS REPORT watch the Coaches Portal sign up A wonderful week of competition, excitement and explanatory DVD; then click on the Coaches logo to companionship was enjoyed by all at the sign up. It's as easy as that! Special Olympics National Games - the sporting competition for athletes with ASC NEWS UPDATE
an intellectual disability - in Adelaide, South Australia, in April 2010. ASC Supporting
Coaches Online
Our 26 Equestrian athletes were over-awed by the experience of marching in the Opening Ceremony New coaches have the opportunity to learn and with 900 other athletes and officials and watching develop their skills at their own pace and in their the lighting of the cauldron. own time through a new online training course offered by the Australian Sports Commission The next day included a visit to the Zoo to see the ‘Beginning Coaching General Principles Course'. new Panda Exhibit followed by the Haighs Chocolate factory. Wednesday morning was the The Beginning Coaching General Principles Online day riders were matched to the 17 borrowed RDA Course has been developed to assist coaches to horses and had their first chance to practice. In the improve their basic coaching skills, in particular, those coaches working with children and is aimed at first time and beginner coaches (e.g. English Equitation. parents). For those coaches working in regional Riders were given and remote areas, this course is particularly useful as access to face-to-face coaching courses is not readily available. The course features interactive tutorials that cover Riders compete in English Equitation Class – Trot Intermediate all the basics of coaching, including how to run training activities, manage young people and Thursday was a full day of competition with Prix create a fun and safe playing environment for all Caprilli (dressage over jumps or poles on the ground); Texas Barrel race and a Working The training course, which takes approximately six Trails course. All the horses hours to complete, provides the first step for coped well with the water accreditation. The training course is currently letterbox, even the airplanes available ‘free of charge' for the benefit of all flying overhead (the venue Australian coaches. was adjacent the Adelaide For those coaches who wish to become accredited, Amy Barnes (WA) rides "Sugar" through the water obstacle the Beginning Coaching General Principles course provides the first step towards accreditation. The highlight of each day was the official medal presentations The next step is to complete a sports specific with lots of guest presenters coaching course in order to achieve accreditation as a coach. For further information on this free President, Ross Goulden, Board Members Bill and Katy Ash, Judith van Unen, SA State Saddleworld Managing Director, RDAA Chair Ross Goulden congratulates Rebecca Alison (QLD) and Kate McDonald (QLD) NATIONAL SPOTLIGHT #2010/3 Gary Slack, MP Duncan McFetteridge, Horse SA o Silver – Janet Nourse CEO Julie Fiedler and Gold Medal Winner Gillian o Bronze – David Rak Rolton. Here are some comments from riders: Texas Barrel
Walk C Division
"Opening and Closing Ceremonies were a great o Gold – Ashley Matthews experience and I would love to do it again." o Silver – Cassandra Ryan o Bronze – Ian Gelley "Kate came home to Brisbane the richer for this Trot Novice
wonderful opportunity and experience. She will o Gold – Andrew Tanner continue her riding at the McIntyre Centre where o Silver – Aimee Prout she also works as a volunteer. " Carol Marsh (QLD) o Bronze – Chanelle Woodhead "David and Amy had a great time - both still on a Trot Intermediate
quiet high. Amy's Mum is also thrilled with Amy's Gold – David Rak experience and the self confidence that she sees in Silver – Kate McDonald Lesley (Coach) VIC Bronze – Kate Marsha • Trot Advanced
"Congratulations on doing such a great job we all o Gold – Chantal Simpson has a ball and everything was so well organized. I o Silver – Amy Barnes know that it is, and will be, a talking point in our o Bronze – Andrea Penny house for many years to come." Working Trials
Watts Family (NSW) • Walk C Division
o Gold – Jamie Richardson "Andrew achieved 3 gold medals and 1 silver o Silver – Katelyn Spencer medal for his rides. I would like to thank the o Bronze – Cassandra Ryan Special Olympics Australia for allowing the Trot Novice
Equestrian athletes to be part of the Opening and o Gold – Aimee Prout Closing ceremonies and also being involved with o Silver – Andrew Tanner this year's incredible event." Ray Tanner (SA) o Bronze – Chanelle Woodhead Hear more from David and Amy when they speak • Trot Intermediate
at the National Coaching Workshop about their o Gold – David Rak experiences at the SO Games and bring along their o Silver – Kate Marsh medals to show. Special Olympics Australia will o Bronze – Kate McDonald present at the National Coaching Workshop and • Trot Advanced
answer questions about how RDA can continue o Gold – Sara Cann this wonderful partnership into the future. o Silver – Zara Suliman Karen Aspery (State Coaching Coordinator, RDASA) o Bronze – Andrea Penny Prix Caprilli
Walk C Division
English Equitation
o Gold – Cassandra Ryan • Walk C Division
o Silver – Katelyn Spencer o Gold – Cassandra Ryan o Bronze – Jamie Richardson o Silver – Ashley Matthes • Trot Novice
o Bronze – Jamie Richardson o Gold – Andrew Tanner • Trot Novice
o Silver – Aimee Prout o Gold – Andrew Tanner o Bronze – Amy Harrison o Silver – Amy Harrison • Trot Intermediate
o Bronze – Aimee Prout o Gold – Kate McDonald • Trot Intermediate
o Silver – Rebecca Allsion o Gold – Zara Suliman o Bronze – Dian Thalbourne o Silver – Andrea Penny • Trot Advanced
o Bronze – Sara Cann o Gold – Sui Watts • Trot Advanced
o Silver – Andrea Penny o Gold – Dian Thalbourne o Bronze – Chantal Simpson NATIONAL SPOTLIGHT #2010/3

FRDI have agreed on a new name! It is a busy time in the RDA SA office as we assist After hours of going through many RDA Australia through their office move. suggestions from FRDI members and considering the translation in different languages FRDI has We delivered an extremely successful National embraced a new name and logo and will now be Games for Special Olympics and are still hearing known as The Federation of Horses in Education
the good news stories from that special event. and Therapy International with the acronym HETI.
SA will be represented by 6 participants at the National Coaching Workshop and will hold our XIII International Congress
own State Coaching Workshop the following 13th International Congress of weekend, 10 – 11 July. Topics include a half day Therapeutic Riding was held manual handling course; equine dentistry; Riding in Muenster, Germany on for Competition (EA Coach Vicki Price); Achieving a August 12 -15 2009. The old successful Work/Life/RDA Balance; visit from Royal university city of Muenster is Society for the Blind and a presentation on new the centre of Germany's centre facilities & equipment from 3 RDA centres. therefore an ideal choice to Six new OTC trainees participated in intensive stage the Congress and the Gala Horseshow. training at Pt Pirie Centre on 19 - 20 June. A series of 3 lungeing workshops will be held at Jennibrook 800 congress participants from 39 countries came Farm RDA on 29/09/10; 12/09/10 and 17/10/10. to Muenster to share their knowledge and further their understanding of "Horses for Body, Mind and - RDA News Round Up -
Soul", the healing effect of the horse for humans. Has your State, Centre or RDA Discipline any good The German Kuratorium, together with the news stories it would like to share with the rest of Federation of Riding for the Disabled [FRDI], was RDA, our supporters & funders? Please email your responsible for the congress's scientific program stories and photos to [email protected].

and organisation. During the four days specialists and practitioners of Therapeutic Riding made over Para-Equestrian Sport Update
150 presentations grouped in scientific programs On 1 Jan 2009 Equestrian Australia (EA) assumed under the following headings: responsibility for managing the Para-Equestrian High Performance (HP) Program. Information and • Hippotherapy news now available at • Remedial work with horses • Riding as sport for people with disabilities PARA-EQUESTRIAN EVENT CALENDAR
• Occupational Therapy with the horse • Equine Facilitated Psychotherapy (EAP) 2010 Para-Equestrian National Championships, • Equine Assisted Therapy (EAT) topics Toowoomba QLD • Therapeutic horses 2010 WEG Selection Event, SIEC, Horsley Park The 2009 Congress Summary Report by Lelia Sponsel (CanTRA Coach, Examiner) can now be International News
12th International IAHAIO Conference
The next International Congress is the: People & Animals for Life will take
place on 1-2 July 2010 in Folkets Hus, XIV International Congress of Therapeutic Riding
City Conference Center, Stockholm. and will be held in April 2012 in Athens, Greece
For further information: E: [email protected] W: NATIONAL SPOTLIGHT #2010/3 FUNDRAISING AND AWARENESS
Silver Brumbies trek across
RDAA is the Official Charity of
Australia in aid of RDA
EQUITANA Melbourne 2010
The RDA Silver Brumbies are two very special grey nomads delighted to know that the Joan & Bob Lemmon, who are currently travelling around Australia sharing their skills and experience Association of Australia (RDAA) has been selected with local RDA Centres across Australia to: as the Official Charity of EQUITANA Melbourne 2010. Readers can visit RDAA at EQUITANA
• Volunteer their time, skills and expertise to local Melbourne. RDAA will be located in the Ranvet Horse Health Pavilion, Booth #204. • Help raise awareness and funds for RDA
Visit for event information
• Carry out general maintenance and administrative tasks and ticket bookings. • Support RDA coaches and volunteers RDA AUSTRALIAN STORY
RDA Australia wants to capture people's stories to "We love what we highlight some of the achievements and the lives do & are passionate that have been touched and improved through about RDA and the their connection to RDA. This will help us raise benefits it brings to awareness and funds for RDA. families across Australia." In order to do this, we are asking for stories, Joan & Bob Lemmon
photos and case studies from you, which we can Visit the new Silver Brumbies website at publicise and include in a book or booklet, upload to find out more
on to the website or download as a podcast. about their journey and how YOU can play a part Whatever your role or connection with RDA, it is likely that you can recall at least one incident or activity, or you have a comment that sums up your website was developed feelings for the organisation. with a generous grant Your stories will capture the essence and strength of RDA. Please do not dismiss your story as not Foundation and The Sidney Myer Fund Capacity being of any interest to anyone. It may be ten Building Grant ‘Celebrating our Partners Project'. words or two pages (preferably not more than that), and, if necessary, RDA will edit it to suit a RDA Volunteers
Each week 3000+ volunteers at RDA centres across Australia donate their time to assist 4000+ children If you have a RDA story you would like to share and adults with disabilities enjoy the therapeutic with us, please email it to [email protected]. benefits of horse related activities. If you would like to volunteer for RDA please visit our website SOCIAL NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES for more information. The term "Web 2.0" is commonly associated with
Invitation to all RDA Centres
information sharing and collaboration on the The PETstock Foundation has World Wide Web. A Web 2.0 site allows its users extended an invitation to all to interact with each other as contributors to the RDA Centres to link up with their local PETstock website's content. Examples of Web 2.0 include Store to raise awareness and funds for their local web-based communities, hosted services, web RDA Centre. To find PETstock Store locations visit:
applications, social networking sites, video-sharing sites, wikis and blogs. NATIONAL SPOTLIGHT #2010/3 RDAA is harnessing some of these new applications to spread the word of what we do and who we help - how people can help us help others. Film Stars required for RDA
RDAA has just registered its own dedicated ‘You All these forums provide opportunities for meeting Tube' website. RDAA's You like-minded people, organizations and potential Tube video has been viewed supporters to find out about the work of RDA, help by over 6,000 people.
raise funds, and provide a medium for spreading our message beyond the immediate community. We would like to develop and put together a selection of short video clips to help raise RDAA now manages and operates 3 websites: awareness of what RDA in Australia does. 1. RDAA National Website:
56,444 visits to website, 2,500 visits per month
In addition, we would like to develop a series of short teaching and education video clips to help 2. RDAA Coaches Portal a dedicated Wiki site for
build an dedicated informative video library for registered and affiliated RDA coaches: riders, coaches, volunteers' and to help raise awareness of what RDA does. 3. RDA Grey Nomads dedicated website - the
Can you create a short information /teaching video Silver Brumbies:
from your centre? And send a copy to the national office or email: [email protected]. RDAA also has its own dedicated Facebook page (social networking site) and You Tube video This video can then be uploaded onto the national station. Find out more about these exciting new coaches' portal for all RDA coaches to share and initiatives below: onto the RDAA's dedicated You Tube website. The best videos can also be used for fundraising and RDAA's FACEBOOK
awareness raising purposes. [NB: Please ensure that you have the person's permission to film.] Among other networking sites, facebook is
becoming a social phenomenon. RDAA now has its Here are some examples that are available to very own facebook page and has already attracted download from You Tube on the benefits of Equine 265 fans over 4 weeks.
Assisted/Activities Therapies (EAAT) from the USA: We would like to extend an invitation to ALL of our
Adaptive Horse Riding: Mounting
members, riders and volunteers alike to keep updated and show your support by joining RDAA facebook page as a ‘fan'. Through facebook we Adaptive Horse Riding: Horse Temperament
hope to accomplish a number of things: 1. Create Awareness of RDA 2. Educate the Public Hippotherapy: Hippotherapy Team
3. Share Stories 4. Create new Pen Pals So check out Riding for the Disabled Association of Hippotherapy: Hippotherapy Benefits
Australia (RDAA) facebook page, tell your friends and family to join as fans & stay tuned for more
The Benefits of Therapeutic Horseback Riding
updates and stories soon. The RDAA Facebook Page is now available at: RDAA/135449168732 RDAA would like to compile a similar collection of RDA videos with your help to showcase the great It is now more important than ever to get our work of RDA Centres, volunteers and coaches. message our about what we do and why we do it! Megan Lockran (RDA Volunteer) NATIONAL SPOTLIGHT #2010/3 EQUITANA MELBOURNE'S
For those who cannot attend all four days, there TRIUMPHANT RETURN TO
are daily tickets available, although choosing which THE MELBOURNE
day to attend may be difficult! With not to be missed events such as the All Star Showcase, Steffen Peters Dressage Clinic and Ian Francis' Following the success of the Horsemanship Clinic plus all EQUITANA Australian 2008 event, EQUITANA Melbourne will return to Open programs this is certainly not an easy choice. November 2010 with many improvements and information and ticket bookings. exciting additions for all attendees. RDAA is the Official Charity of
EQUITANA Melbourne 2010 promises to be jam- EQUITANA Melbourne 2010
entertainment, informative education sessions and Melbourne! Spotlight readers of course, an extremely busy exhibition. The 2010 will be delighted to know that exhibition will be spread over 3 pavilions boasting the Riding for the Disabled Association of Australia 15,000sqm of space. EQUITANA Melbourne is (RDAA) has been selected as the Official Charity of expecting over 300 exhibitors as well as 55,000 EQUITANA Melbourne 2010. RDA will be located in
patrons to descend on the event, again making it the Ranvet Horse Health Pavilion, Booth #204. the largest equine event of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere! Don't miss out on the biggest four VOLUNTEERS AWARDS REMINDER
days of equine action and excitement in Australia. RDA Australia depends almost entirely on the efforts of some 3,000 volunteers throughout the EVENT HIGHLIGHTS:
country to assist with the delivery of programmes,  The inaugural EQUITANA Australian Open administer centres and care for the horses on who so much depends.  4 days of exhibition showcasing over 300 international and Australian companies ‘Each week over 3000 volunteers at RDA centres  16 different horse competitions across Australia donate their time to assist 4000  4 nights of entertainment in our purpose children and adults with disabilities enjoy the built 4,500 seat Equestrian Arena therapeutic benefits of horse related activities.'  Specialist clinics with Steffen Peters & Ian Each year RDAA holds its national volunteer  200 session Education program lead by 70 recognition and awards night to honour those volunteers without whom the organisation simply could not function.  The Way of the Horse – The Australian Horsemanship Challenge 2010 Volunteer Awards
 Breeders Village displaying 40 different  The Michael Field Memorial Volunteer Award horse breeds from around Australia  The RDAA Young Volunteer of the Year Award  The National Volunteer Encouragement Award TICKETS ON SALE FROM JULY 1 One day is never enough to see what EQUITANA If you would like to nominate a volunteer for the Melbourne has to offer! With 4 days of non-stop 2010 Volunteer Recognition Awards please download and fill in the relevant nomination form entertainment there is something for everyone! from the RDAA national website and email, fax or post your nomination to your The EQUITANA Super Ticket encompasses both the local State Office by 31 July 2010. best value for money and the opportunity to see all that EQUITANA Melbourne has to offer, giving Each State office is responsible for nominating one you access to all competitions, clinics, education person from their state for each award. These nominations are submitted to the National Office. competition program, EQUITANA Australian Open. A panel of judges will then choose the recipient for each National Award. NATIONAL SPOTLIGHT #2010/3 Closing dates for nominations are as follows: Other Forms of Equine Related Therapy
 31 July 2010 Nominations to State Offices close Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP)
 31 Aug 2010 Nominations for National Awards to be submitted to the national office emotional growth and learning. The focus of EAP is not riding or horsemanship; rather it involves Volunteer Information Booklets
setting up ground based activities involving horses. Since the RDAA national office relocation to South EAP can be a powerful and effective therapeutic Australia we have unearthed three boxes of approach which may impact on individuals, youth, families and groups. EAP addresses a variety of thought to be out of print, you can now order mental health and human development needs these for a limited time only. Work has begun on including behavioral issues, attention deficit updating these booklets and a new print run will disorder, PTSD, substance abuse, eating disorders, be completed in the next few months. depression, anxiety, relationship problems and communication needs. Incident Report Books
Similarly, a box of ‘Incident Report Books' have Equine Assisted Growth & Learning Association
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FBT Changes Threat to Charity Workforce
- No Change for NPOs in Henry Tax Review -
Australian NPOs can breath easier after Federal developments are taking the program to ever Government pledges not to implement any of the larger audiences nationally and internationally, Henry Tax Review recommendations affecting the dramatically increasing its profile and that of our NPO Sector including a reconfiguring of the FBT tax sponsors and advertisers. or lifting gift deductibility threshold from $2 to $25 Series 2 Starts Sept 2010 - following the unbridled The nonprofit sector was warned it could lose its success of Series 1, which aired in Oct-Nov 2009, fringe benefit tax (FBT) concessions and be forced the new national launch date for Horse Talk TV to lay off staff if the Federal Government accepted Series 2 on C31 (free-to-air community TV) is Wed the recommendations of the Henry Review. 8 Sept at 8.30pm - a prime time slot, repeated later in the week. In the Treasurer's lengthy response to the 138 recommendations the Government rejected out of C31 Goes Digital - each C31 stations has now gone hand what it describes as changes to the tax digital! C31 can now be found as Ch 44 on your system that harm the NPO sector, including digital spectrum. All viewers need to do is to tune removing the benefit of tax concessions, raising Ch44 into their digital receiver (which can easily be the gift deductibility threshold or changing income done by 'auto-tuning') and it will be available as a tax arrangements for clubs. Government advised station choice along with the other major digital that it will not implement these recommendations stations such as Ch 7, Ch 10, Ch 9, ABC, SBS. Series 1 Repeated - each of the C31 stations in The Government also rejected a Henry report Australia will be re-airing Series 1 of Horse Talk TV recommendation that was also recommended by in July-Aug 2010. This will create greatly increased the Productivity Commission report - the viewer awareness in both Australia and NZ of establishment of a National Charities Commission. Horse Talk TV and is a tailor made vehicle to boost It did accept to keep the status quo on GST viewer numbers & heighten audience anticipation of the launch of the new Series 2 in Sept 2010. The Henry Report recommended that categories of 18 million USA viewers NFP organisations that currently receive income Horse Talk TV Series 1 is currently being screened tax or GST concessions should retain these to a viewer base of 18 million in the United States concessions and NFP organisations should be on HRTV. Have a look at the wonderful show-reel permitted to apply their income tax concessions to promo of Horse Talk TV which HRTV are running their commercial activities. on their home page For more information: A full sample Episode 4 from the show can also be seen at HRTV online (see links below). This gives Horse Talk TV Series 1 sponsors not only a massive Source: Pro Bono Australia USA TV audience but a huge international Internet audience as well. To view a sample episode of Horse Talk TV click on this link to NB: Spotlight is produced every 2 months. If you
have any submissions for Spotlight please email  Click on "Equestrian" them to [email protected]. The deadline for submission for the remaining 2010 issues will  Then click on HorseTalk4 be 15 August, 15 October and 15 December. NATIONAL SPOTLIGHT #2010/3


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The Klinghardt Neurotoxin Elimination Protocol Approved by: American Academy of Neural Therapy and Institute of Neurobiology (Bellevue, WA, USA) Institute for Neurobiologie (Stuttgart, Germany) Academy for Balanced NeuroBiology Ltd (London, United Kingdom) This lecture was presented by Dietrich Klinghardt M.D., Ph.D. at the Jean Piaget Department at the University of Geneva, Switzerland Oct.2002 to physicians and dentists from Europe, Israel, several Arab countries and Asia Updated 1/06 What are Neurotoxins? Neurotoxins are substances attracted to the mammalian nervous system. They are absorbed by nerve endings and travel inside the neuron to the cell body. On their way they disrupt vital functions of the nerve cell, such as axonal transport of nutrients, mitochondrial respiration and proper DNA transcription. The body is constantly trying to eliminate neurotoxins via the available exit routes: the liver, kidney, skin and exhaled air. Detox mechanisms include acetylation, sulfation, glucuronidation, oxidation and others. Often the host is triggered to produce neurotoxins (which are damaging to their own tissues) by the invading microbes through molecular trickery. The liver is most important in the toxion elimination process. Here most elimination products are expelled with the bile into the small intestine and should leave the body via the digestive tract. However, because of the lipophilic/neurotropic nature of the neurotoxins, most are reabsorbed by the abundant nerve endings of the enteric nervous system (ENS) in the intestinal wall. The ENS has more neurons than the spinal chord. From the moment of mucosal uptake the toxins can potentially take four