A day out sailing on the water with the wind in your hair is a picture-perfect scene is what our Southport Day Program clients experience weekly with the Sailability program. Our clients of all abilities are finding their sea legs and experiencing the freedom to sail along the sea.
Worrigee Supported Accommodation residents were transported back to the 1950s at the Huskisson Car Show, with the sounds of revving engines and old tunes pumping. Read more about how the group spent their Sunday viewing unique cars, getting amongst the local community and socialising with their friends.
Understanding mental health and breaking down the societal stigma’s around it is an important cause close to the hearts of many Affordian’s.
With men’s health week taking place from the 14th to the 20th of June, our SLES Caboolture and Ipswich sites got into the right frame of mind by hosting a mind, body and soul event.
Alfred and Jacob from Blacktown Day Program had a magical day out experiencing the secret garden, an interactive floral exhibition hidden away at The Grounds of Alexandria. The friends were whisked away to what felt like a magical land from a fairytale. They were spent the day exploring, enjoying the sunshine and jamming on the piano.
Club Afford has been a great hit at the new Holden Hill Day Program, with the Hahndorf Farm Barn trip being extremely popular. Milking cows, feeding sheep and patting ponies were all part of the farmyard fun for Shelley and Aysh and are memories they will cherish forever.
It is a tradition at the Dryandra Group Home that every Sunday the lovely ladies visit a new location which can be anything from 10 minutes to 1 hour away. They will spend the day doing local activities, having picnic lunches, visiting shops or café’s and enjoying time in the community.
The shiny new Mount Druitt Group Home is excited to welcome their latest resident, Trevor, who is moving into his first Afford home. Read about Trevor’s impressive 17-year journey with Afford and how he was welcomed with open arms by the Mount Druitt family.
Richard and Prince from our Southport Day Program have made their football debut by playing the opening curtain raiser games for the Gold Coast Titans.
Trainees from Mt Druitt SLES (School Leaver Employment Support) visited Aqua Golf Penrith for an industry visit that got them into the swing of the working world. Even though landing your dream job can feel overwhelming, you will be a pro in no time with the proper...
Selina is a determined and resilient young artist who has found who has found her passion for art once again, since attending Afford’s Day Program and Respite Services. She is an Indigenous woman who, aside from her art, loves to study.