Bandaged Bear Breakfast 2017

APC Prosthetics would like to invite you to our Bandaged Bear Breakfast held on 24th March 2017 at our Northmead facility. All funds raised will go directly to The Limb Deficiency Clinic for The Children’s Hospital, Westmead, to provide world-class care and treatment to thousands of children.

Come and join us for breakfast at 8-10am and meet our special guest, Long Jump Paralympian, Sarah Walsh, on an exciting morning filled with fun activities such as face painting, raffle prize draws, and more! Please see event details below.

We are also excited to announce our very own Prosthetist, Erin Herd, will be shaving her locks to raise vital funds for this amazing event!

If you would like to share your support, please donate online at:

We hope to see you there!

Bandaged Bear Day Invitation 2017



APC E-News – Autumn Edition 2016

APC Alexandria Opening Night

Össur Mobility Clinic – September 28-29th South Brisbane QLD

Ossur Mobility Clinic FlyerÖssur presents a 2-day Mobility Clinic designed for amputees of all ages and activity levels for a truly
unique experience where they improve their overall mobility while connecting with other amputees.

See attached flyers for more information…. Ossur Mobility Clinic Flyer & Mobility Clinic Agenda





Bandaged Bear Breakfast 2015

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APC Prosthetics will be holding our 5th Bandaged Bear Breakfast at our Northmead facility.

All funds we raise will go directly to “The Limb Deficiency Clinic” for
The Children’s Hospital, Westmead.”

Come and join us on Friday 20th March 2015 and make a donation to help raise funds for The Bandaged Bear Day Appeal.

When: Friday 20th March 2015
Time: 8am – 10am
Place: APC Prosthetics
2 Redbank Road
Northmead NSW 2152
Cost: $10 per person
RSVP: 13/3/2015 – Ph: 02 9890 8123
or Email: [email protected]

If you are unable to attend our fundraising breakfast and would like to show your support you can donate online at:


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Ability Links NSW

AB LInks


Ability Links is a community development initiative connecting people with disability with activities available to the general public and building their informal networks. The program in a NSW initiative and was launched on the 1 July 2014. Linkers are community members who facilitate connections and build relationships by placing the individual at the centre of the decision making process. Click here to find out more…Ability Links

Give Rowing a go…

Balmain Para Rowing Program invites you to”Try Rowing For A Day”. See flyer below for more details…


Try Rowing for a Day

Grand slam: Young Harry’s ready for wheelchair rugby day



Grand slam: young Harry’s ready for wheelchair rugby day
By Sam Debenham – Western Advocate Newspaper – June 26, 2014,

Click here to read the article : Harry in the local newspaper


Australian Paralympic Committee Media Release

Media Release






Australian Paralympic Committee Media Release

Wednesday, 26th February 2014


ABC1 to broadcast Sochi 2014 Paralympics


The Australian Paralympic Committee (APC) can reveal ABC TV has signed as Australia’s official broadcaster of the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games, which begin 7 March, 2014.

It will be the third consecutive Paralympic Winter Games covered by the ABC with the agreement this time extending beyond the television broadcast to include the growing online environment.

Under the agreement, ABC TV will broadcast the Opening Ceremony live on 8 March (from 3am AEDST) as well as a half hour daily highlights package at 10:30am on ABC1, and nightly repeats at 6pm, also on ABC1.

The ABC will also live stream all alpine skiing events, as well as selected cross-country and biathlon events and the popular ice sledge hockey on ABC Grandstand’s website, and make all daily highlights packages available to watch on iView.


“We are pleased to again have the ABC as our broadcast partner as we work to bring the Paralympic Winter Games to all Australians,” said APC President, Glenn Tasker.

“Much like the winter Olympics, the Paralympic Winter Games appeal to the athlete and daredevil in all of us and we look forward to Australians tuning in to continue their interest in Sochi and of course, support our Paralympic Team,” he said.

“The ABC has a deep connection with the Paralympic movement, having covered a number of Paralympics now including the very successful coverage of the London 2012 Games.

“We are very excited by what the ABC is offering in terms of their Sochi coverage, and we are confident the ABC team in Russia will deliver an outstanding product to give Australians watching at home a great viewer experience.”

The ABC’s broadcast will be presented by Amanda Shalala and Darren Boyd as well as special guests from the Australian Paralympic movement.

Australia will send a team of nine athletes and two sighted guides to Sochi, including three snowboarders to contest the first Para-snowboarding event on the Paralympic program.

“We’re excited to again have Amanda and Darren bring the Paralympic Games to Australians. We saw them on the London 2012 coverage, they have a strong affiliation with the Paralympic Games and together with members of our team and our movement, will bring great expertise and commentary for the viewers back in Australia,” said APC Chief Executive, Jason Hellwig.

“A key strategic goal for the APC is to increase media coverage of the Paralympic Games and Australia’s Paralympians over the next four years and we are pleased to again be working with the ABC to share the performances of our winter Team with everyone at home.”

The Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games begin 7 March through to 16 March 2014.

ABC1 – Broadcast Schedule

Sat 8 March

  • Opening Ceremony – 3:00-5:00am

Sat 8 March to Mon 17 March

  • Daily highlights – 10:30am & repeated at 6:00pm


ABC Grandstand online streaming –