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Together, we link people with disabilities, carers and the aged, with care and support services through flexible and inclusive choices within our local community.

 

 

Tagline - Registered NDIS Provider-01 Are you a CARER? or Living with a DISABILITY? Do you have a care plan? Have you received your funds? If you need help, we can guide you through the process and provide you Choices.

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Due to rapid organisational growth, we are seeking highly experienced people to fill two available positions within our organisation.

If you would like more information visit: carersanddisabilitylink.support/about-us/jobs-available/

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Due to rapid organisational growth, we are seeking highly experienced people to fill two available positions within our organisation.

If you would like more information visit: https://carersanddisabilitylink.support/about-us/jobs-available/

Please share around to your family and friends 💚💙🧡

Today we have had lots of questions about Mask wearing. Here is some great, clear information. You can find more information at www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/wps/wcm/connect/public+content/sa+health+internet/conditions/infectious+di...Masks are an important measure to protect yourself and others. If a person wearing a mask is unknowingly infected with COVID-19, wearing a mask will reduce the chance of them passing the virus on to others.

😷 Please wear a mask whenever you can.

From tomorrow, masks will be mandatory under the Activities Direction for:
• Shared indoor public spaces
• Passenger transport services
• Health care services
• High risk settings
• Personal care services.

Masks will be required in schools for students in Year 8 and upwards, as well as teachers and other adult visitors.

Masks are strongly recommended to be worn in indoor workplaces, especially open plan offices, and in adult learning settings like university and TAFE.

You should also wear a mask when socialising with friends, family and colleagues – anyone from outside your household.

There are exceptions to these mandatory requirements, including:
• Where a person may have a physical or mental health illness or condition, or disability, which makes wearing a face covering unsuitable, including persons with obstructed breathing, a serious skin condition of the face, an intellectual disability, a mental health condition or persons who have experienced trauma.
• For a person communicating with those who are deaf or hard of hearing and visibility of the mouth is essential for communication.
• For a person who wears hearing aids of a style that makes wearing masks difficult and where an alternative style of mask (with ties rather than ear loops) is not available.
• For people whose work or education means that wearing a face mask creates a risk to health and safety.
• Where the nature of the work or education means that clear enunciation (ie speech) or visibility of their mouth is essential. This includes teachers, lecturers, broadcasters or call centre staff.
• Where a person is working by themselves in an enclosed indoor space such as an office unless and until another person enters that space.
• When a person is consuming food, drink or medicine.
• In circumstances where removal of the mask is lawfully required for identification purposes.
• If the person is a child under 12 years of age.
• A mask can be removed by a customer or client if required for the service (e.g. lip waxing), provided it is only removed for the time taken to receive the service.
• Members of a bridal party do not need to wear masks during the ceremony (including photos).

ℹ Find out more about the rules and recommendations around wearing a mask visit sahealth.sa.gov.au/COVIDmasks
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Today we have had lots of questions about Mask wearing. Here is some great, clear information. You can find more information at https://www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/wps/wcm/connect/public+content/sa+health+internet/conditions/infectious+diseases/covid-19/about+covid-19/protecting+yourself+and+others+from+covid-19/face+masks

We are, like most South Australians, are grateful for the lock down ending at midnight. Such a wonderful news! With guidance from SA Health we still have restrictions in place and we wanted to update you.
Our friendly staff are all still available by phone. If you need to visit one of our offices/staff at Nuriootpa, Clare, Woodside or Kadina, please make an appointment.
All of our social and community based activities will remain on hold at this time. In-home supports and services will resume based on a case-by-case basis.

Woodside Op Shop - will remain closed at this time and we are still unable to receive donations. We will keep you updated when the lovely volunteers are back and we can open.

We thank you for your continued support, patience and understanding during this time.
For more COVID-19 information please visit the SA Health Website at www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/covid-19
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We are, like most South Australians, are grateful for the lock down ending at midnight. Such a wonderful news! With guidance from SA Health we still have restrictions in place and we wanted to update you.
Our friendly staff are all still available by phone. If you need to visit one of our offices/staff at Nuriootpa, Clare, Woodside or Kadina, please make an appointment.
All of our social and community based activities will remain on hold at this time. In-home supports and services will resume based on a case-by-case basis. 

Woodside Op Shop - will remain closed at this time and we are still unable to receive donations. We will keep you updated when the lovely volunteers are back and we can open.

We thank you for your continued support, patience and understanding during this time. 
For more COVID-19 information please visit the SA Health Website  at www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/covid-19

We know that lockdown can be tough, but we wanted to say THANK YOU everyone for doing an amazing job!
A special Thank you also to the all the essential workers, CFS and SES for the amazing job they have done, and keep doing for our state.

Our state is doing great...........keep up the good work!!!!
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We know that lockdown can be tough, but we wanted to say THANK YOU everyone for doing an amazing job!
A special Thank you also to the all the essential workers, CFS and SES for the amazing job they have done, and keep doing for our state. 

Our state is doing great...........keep up the good work!!!!
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Due to rapid organisational growth, we are seeking highly experienced people to fill two available positions within our organisation.

If you would like more information visit: carersanddisabilitylink.support/about-us/jobs-available/

Please share around to your family and friends 💚💙🧡
... See MoreSee Less

Due to rapid organisational growth, we are seeking highly experienced people to fill two available positions within our organisation.

If you would like more information visit: https://carersanddisabilitylink.support/about-us/jobs-available/

Please share around to your family and friends 💚💙🧡

Today we have had lots of questions about Mask wearing. Here is some great, clear information. You can find more information at www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/wps/wcm/connect/public+content/sa+health+internet/conditions/infectious+di...Masks are an important measure to protect yourself and others. If a person wearing a mask is unknowingly infected with COVID-19, wearing a mask will reduce the chance of them passing the virus on to others.

😷 Please wear a mask whenever you can.

From tomorrow, masks will be mandatory under the Activities Direction for:
• Shared indoor public spaces
• Passenger transport services
• Health care services
• High risk settings
• Personal care services.

Masks will be required in schools for students in Year 8 and upwards, as well as teachers and other adult visitors.

Masks are strongly recommended to be worn in indoor workplaces, especially open plan offices, and in adult learning settings like university and TAFE.

You should also wear a mask when socialising with friends, family and colleagues – anyone from outside your household.

There are exceptions to these mandatory requirements, including:
• Where a person may have a physical or mental health illness or condition, or disability, which makes wearing a face covering unsuitable, including persons with obstructed breathing, a serious skin condition of the face, an intellectual disability, a mental health condition or persons who have experienced trauma.
• For a person communicating with those who are deaf or hard of hearing and visibility of the mouth is essential for communication.
• For a person who wears hearing aids of a style that makes wearing masks difficult and where an alternative style of mask (with ties rather than ear loops) is not available.
• For people whose work or education means that wearing a face mask creates a risk to health and safety.
• Where the nature of the work or education means that clear enunciation (ie speech) or visibility of their mouth is essential. This includes teachers, lecturers, broadcasters or call centre staff.
• Where a person is working by themselves in an enclosed indoor space such as an office unless and until another person enters that space.
• When a person is consuming food, drink or medicine.
• In circumstances where removal of the mask is lawfully required for identification purposes.
• If the person is a child under 12 years of age.
• A mask can be removed by a customer or client if required for the service (e.g. lip waxing), provided it is only removed for the time taken to receive the service.
• Members of a bridal party do not need to wear masks during the ceremony (including photos).

ℹ Find out more about the rules and recommendations around wearing a mask visit sahealth.sa.gov.au/COVIDmasks
... See MoreSee Less

Today we have had lots of questions about Mask wearing. Here is some great, clear information. You can find more information at https://www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/wps/wcm/connect/public+content/sa+health+internet/conditions/infectious+diseases/covid-19/about+covid-19/protecting+yourself+and+others+from+covid-19/face+masks

We are, like most South Australians, are grateful for the lock down ending at midnight. Such a wonderful news! With guidance from SA Health we still have restrictions in place and we wanted to update you.
Our friendly staff are all still available by phone. If you need to visit one of our offices/staff at Nuriootpa, Clare, Woodside or Kadina, please make an appointment.
All of our social and community based activities will remain on hold at this time. In-home supports and services will resume based on a case-by-case basis.

Woodside Op Shop - will remain closed at this time and we are still unable to receive donations. We will keep you updated when the lovely volunteers are back and we can open.

We thank you for your continued support, patience and understanding during this time.
For more COVID-19 information please visit the SA Health Website at www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/covid-19
... See MoreSee Less

We are, like most South Australians, are grateful for the lock down ending at midnight. Such a wonderful news! With guidance from SA Health we still have restrictions in place and we wanted to update you.
Our friendly staff are all still available by phone. If you need to visit one of our offices/staff at Nuriootpa, Clare, Woodside or Kadina, please make an appointment.
All of our social and community based activities will remain on hold at this time. In-home supports and services will resume based on a case-by-case basis. 

Woodside Op Shop - will remain closed at this time and we are still unable to receive donations. We will keep you updated when the lovely volunteers are back and we can open.

We thank you for your continued support, patience and understanding during this time. 
For more COVID-19 information please visit the SA Health Website  at www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/covid-19
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