Welcome to the first edition of our newsletter of 2018. It promises to be a busy and eventful year for Intelife as the transition of the business to the federal NDIS scheme commences from April 2018.
The WA Disability Support Awards recognise and reward people who provide the highest standard of support to increase the quality of life and inclusion of people with disability.
The Awards showcase the Disability Services sector as a place of innovation, a place for employment and a place to have a career.
Intelife is proud to nominate 3 people for these awards. Wishing the very best of luck to Debra Titterington, Brett Britza and Ian Stewart.
If you have a disability and are looking for work why not consider Intelife’s Supported Employment program? We have a variety of different jobs available that may suit your needs. We would love to talk to you.
For more information please contact Morag MacMillan on 08 6169 1224 or via firstname.lastname@example.org
The Disabled Surfers Association is a not-for-profit organization and its sole aim is to give people with varying disabilities the opportunity to have a safe, happy & dignified surfing experience. They have a fantastic team of volunteers that work extremely hard to ensure that anyone that participates has a fun and safe experience.
On 12 December 2017, the Commonwealth and Western Australian governments agreed that WA will join the nationally delivered National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). This announcement replaces the previous agreement signed in January 2017 for Western Australia to administer NDIS.
Olivia Davis is always happy to lend an extra hand at work. She started at Intelife’s Balcatta ADE in Aug 2015. Since then she’s made good friends and catches up with them outside of work.
Olivia started 2 days/week doing mail out jobs but due to her skill an enthusiasm she is now working alongside admin and support staff learning ADE office tasks 4 days/week.
Oliva achieved Cert II in Business at TAFE in 2015 and is now studying for Cert III.
Through collaboration with Therapy focus, one of our SaFlo team members, Deb Titterington and with support from Skills Trainer Sean Brook, Dyan has successfully started and grown his own car washing business. Dylan attends Therapy focus fortnightly to wash staff cars, he charges a very reasonable price of $10 for outside and $10.00 for inside, if you would like both the inside and outside cleaned you receive a free car freshener. He has also been given the opportunity to deep clean Cahoots