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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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Have you been missing our Carers and Disability Link OP Shop, Woodside?

Our volunteers Henny and Steve, along with our Volunteer Coordinator Vicky are jumping for joy as the Woodside Op Shop will be open from Tuesday 14th of July!!!

Mark it in your diary and come in and find yourself a bargain!!

The shop will be following all COVID restrictions and guidelines to keep customers and volunteers safe.
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A huge thank you to University of South Australia students Renee and Ali!
These amazing ladies are 4th year OT students working on a community project for their studies. They had to change their project to fit with COVID restrictions and worked well with families from the Barossa community. The students worked with Karren, Sarah and Kate at Carers and Disability Link on creating a manual to use when having group activities for children aged between 5-12 with Autism.
They created a very resourceful document with group facilitating plans, ideas and information. Today the manual was presented it to Vicki Willamson - our CADL CEO. We look forward to putting your manual into practice with local groups.
We wish these ladies all the best with their studies and look forward to seeing them working in the community.
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A huge thank you to University of South Australia students Renee and Ali!
These amazing ladies are 4th year OT students working on a community project for their studies. They had to change their project to fit with COVID restrictions and worked well with families from the Barossa community. The students worked with Karren, Sarah and Kate at Carers and Disability Link on creating a manual to use when having group activities for children aged between 5-12 with Autism. 
They created a very resourceful document with group facilitating plans, ideas and information. Today the manual was presented it to Vicki Willamson - our CADL CEO. We look forward to putting your manual into practice with local groups.
We wish these ladies all the best with their studies and look forward to seeing them working in the community.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Well done Renee and Ali. So proud of you ❀

Well done lady's, hard work payed off.

A great project for our community

Congratulations Ali and Renee 😊

Well done Renee and Ali!

Well done

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