Victorian Affordians have faced Stage 4 restrictions for quite some time. As a way to encourage positive mindsets and meaningfulness in life for residents living in Afford Supported Accommodation across the state, staff are working with residents to focus on self....
“I think I have a lot of qualities for the hospitality industry. I am polite and great at customer service.” – Ervin, Mt Druitt SLES Trainee. Ervin, like many young job seekers, wants to find a job that’s the right fit for him. He wants a job that suits his interests,...
Meet Masie. She is a therapy dog that visits Afford’s Caboolture Hub four days a week. Even though she has four legs and fur, Maisie is considered a valuable member of the Caboolture Hub community.
Mental Health Month is observed every October to help us all tune in and recognise what’s going in our lives and the lives of others.
You may remember a story from earlier this year about Queensland Affordian, Sharlene, wanting a beach wheelchair to enjoy time in the water with her family.
When you join Afford, you can be sure that you will always have support to help you achieve your goals. For new work experience SLES trainee, Angus, he soon realised that the entire Afford community is backing his ability.
Art is such a powerful form of self-expression. It allows us to express our feelings, memories, and dreams through colour, patterns and designs. The ladies of Afford’s Glen Alpine home have amazing artistic abilities.