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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.

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Today Carers and Disability Link would like to acknowledge National Sorry Day, which is a day of remembering and healing. This day acknowledges the mistreatment of Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islander people who were forcibly removed from their families and communities, which we know now as the ‘Stolen Generation’.
It is such an important day to remember our Stolen Generations, their descendants, communities and the ongoing healing that is still ongoing. National Sorry Day is a day to acknowledge the strength of Stolen Generation Survivors and how we can all play a part in the healing process for our people and nation. Through song, dance, words, education and actions we see contributions to truth telling and healing within our communities.
Today we would like to renew our commitment to reconciliation and walk together into a better future.
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Today Carers and Disability Link would like to acknowledge National Sorry Day, which is a day of remembering and healing. This day acknowledges the mistreatment of Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islander people who were forcibly removed from their families and communities, which we know now as the ‘Stolen Generation’.
It is such an important day to remember our Stolen Generations, their descendants, communities and the ongoing healing that is still ongoing. National Sorry Day is a day to acknowledge the strength of Stolen Generation Survivors and how we can all play a part in the healing process for our people and nation. Through song, dance, words, education and actions we see contributions to truth telling and healing within our communities.
Today we would like to renew our commitment to reconciliation and walk together into a better future.

Have you seen our red tribute to Volunteers Week out the front of our Kadina office? All of our offices are #colouryourcommunityred for #NationalVolunteerWeek2020, so make sure you check it out as well as Woodside and Nuriootpa.
We would like to especially thank all of the Volunteers that work at our Op Shops in Woodside, Maitland and Eudunda for all the work they do. We love visiting and finding lots of treasures and we are looking forward to them opening as soon as we can.
In the meantime you visit our Carers & Disability Link Op Shops facebook page to find out more information about National Volunteer week and also when our stores will be opening.
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Have you seen our red tribute to Volunteers Week out the front of our Kadina office? All of our offices are #colouryourcommunityred for #NationalVolunteerWeek2020, so make sure you check it out as well as Woodside and Nuriootpa.
We would like to especially thank all of the Volunteers that work at our Op Shops in Woodside, Maitland and Eudunda for all the work they do. We love visiting and finding lots of treasures and we are looking forward to them opening as soon as we can.
In the meantime you visit our Carers & Disability Link Op Shops facebook page to find out more information about National Volunteer week and also when our stores will be opening.

Please visit our totem post in front of our Woodside office, to tie on something red, and show your appreciation for all Volunteers for National Volunteers Week 18th - 24th May ...

Please visit our totem post in front of our Woodside office, to tie on something red, and show your appreciation for all Volunteers for National Volunteers Week 18th - 24th May
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