Every year, Jamisontown Day Program goes above and beyond to celebrate NAIDOC week and learn about Indigenous culture.
Club Afford members from Ipswich Day Program took a walk on the wild side when exploring Tamborine Mountain in Southeast Queensland.
Josh recently had a larger than life experience when he attended the Gold Coast Disability Expo and saw his photo decorating the booth. Read more about his day as a celebrity and trip to the expo.
In celebration of NAIDOC week 2021, we would like to reflect on the many ways that Indigenous culture is lived, appreciated and shared in our supported accommodation.
Hearing the ocean waves and feeling the sand between your toes with a day at the beach is something many Australian’s enjoy. Our client Nas has long dreamed of spending a carefree day at the beach and through local accessibility initiatives, her dream recently came true.
Afford Resident, Jodie, from Pakenham Supported Accommodation, is a determined woman who never lets anything stop her from achieving her dreams. She recently ticked off one of her bucket list goals, which was seeing a waterfall up close on a trip to Steavenson’s Falls.
Jamie recently had an adventurous stay at his home away from home, the Banksia Beach Respite. The short-term accommodation in Queensland opened in early May and has already been a hit with the locals.
It was all aboard at Penrith Station for a group of our NSW School Leaver Employment Supports (SLES) trainees who were treated to a VIP industry visit at Sydney Trains.
Thanks to funding secured in 2019 through the ANZAC Community Grant Program by NSW Government’s Veterans Affairs, our NSW SLES trainees had a heartfelt experience at the Hyde Park ANZAC War Memorial.
Snuggling up indoors on a cold winter’s day is always a good idea, but when it also falls on Tuesday’s arts and crafts program, it’s even better. Read more about the unique artwork Wellington Point Day Program have been creating and the sensory benefits of releasing your inner artist.