Zucchini, tomatoes and apples were just some of the fresh, Aussie fruits and vegetables that Gregory Hills Day Program Affordians saw growing on their latest produce picking adventure in Bilpin.
The Bilpin day trip was a Club Afford event that encourages healthy lifestyles, fitness and fun.
Trainers at Afford’s SLES (School Leaver Employment Support) service go above and beyond to create engaging, educational and inspiring activities to support trainees learn new work skills in a fun environment.
Our Ipswich Club Affordians recently headed into Southbank for a Club Afford outing with a difference! The group were in town for Curiocity Brisbane, when eye-popping and dazzling installations dotted the city Botanic Gardens, South Bank, cultural precinct and the Brisbane CBD.
Kylie, Suzie, Jenny and Tracey have known each other for close to a decade and now live together in Afford Supported Accommodation in Melbourne. With support when they need it, the ladies enjoy doing things that make them happy.
Shooting hoops and sinking the ball into the back of the soccer net were just some of the sports skills that more than 100 participants with physical and intellectual disability learned during the Afford and Heroes with Ability Gala Day.
For an interactive, educational and engaging experience, our Southport Day Program Affordian headed to Brisbane to visit SparkLab, to channel their inner scientist!
Wayne loves listening to the sound of the waves crashing onto the sand at the beach and feeling the sun warm his skin, these are things that bring him great sensory stimulation and happiness. Read about Wayne’s recent trip to North Beach, where he was supported to do the things he loves.
These are all the questions answered for SLES (School Leaver Employment Support) Ingleburn trainees over several weeks, with trainers organising a series of theory and practical sessions to get the trainees work-ready.
The group met at Afford’s Benowa Short Term Accommodation, where they enjoy support to get involved in new experiences and take some time to step away from the every day for rest and relaxation.
The Campbelltown all-abilities play centre is a place where sensory needs take centre stage. Participants can engage with a range of equipment designed to cater for a range of abilities. While they are there, participants get to socialise and make friends, and most importantly, have fun.