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Celebrating Our WA Disability Support Award Nominees

It’s vital, especially in these challenging times, to celebrate our silent heroes. In 2020, ten of our incredible Interchangers have been nominated for the WA Disability Support Awards for going beyond ordinary standards and making a difference in the lives of the people they support.
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We Think You Are Awesome – Mandy Daniel

Mandy Daniel was nominated by a fellow staff member for her kind-heartedness and selfless generosity toward the people we support...
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COVID-19 Update – Where do we go from here?

COVID-19 Update – Where do we go from here? Dear Valued Customers, the COVID-19 pandemic has presented all of us...
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Zero Tolerance Against Abuse

Zero Tolerance at Interchange We are shocked and saddened to hear the devastating news over the weekend of . The...
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We think you are Awesome – Madeline Fraser

 Madeline has been nominated for our iThink You Are Awesome Campaign for “going the extra mile to make a fellow team member feel valued and appreciated.”  
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We’ve got NEWS for you – iNews April 2020

We CAN help We are here to support you to stay safe, connected and healthy during this Coronavirus crisis. Whilst...
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Rotary Employment Project for people with disabilities

The Rotary Employment Project focuses on finding opportunities within the community that connect an individual to employment, based on their interests and skill sets.
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Duty of Care and Dignity of Risk – What does it mean?

Find out from Rosemarie Dravnieks, Interchanges Risk, Quality and Safeguarding Lead what we mean when we talk about Duty of Care and Dignity of Risk.
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Sexual Health and Relationships for People with Disability

(WAiS) is hosting two online workshops around sexuality and people with disability. The workshops will be run by expert Lud...
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We think you are Awesome – Renee Hesford

Renee Hesford from our Osborne Park Neighbourhood is a real superstar in everything she does. And her outstanding efforts most certainly don’t go unnoticed by the people surrounding her. That’s why Renee not only got nominated once but twice this month by people who think the Community Engager is simply AWESOME. 
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