Interchange will be making a submission to assist the Royal Commission with their inquiry into the use of restrictive practices on people with disability.
Tag: Disability service
Interchange Superstar, Katie Van Grootel, has been part of the Interchange family for a long time and is considered an absolute gem by EVERYONE.
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.”
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.
Together with our valued Customers we nominated 10 Interchangers, who went above and beyond for the people we support and our organisation, for this years WA Disability Support Awards.
James has been part of the Interchange family for about 5 years, and for him the organisation and the things we do stand out because we are putting our motto "Everyone belongs" into action every single day.
Western Australia’s Individualised Services is hosting a forum for their NDIS Workforce Capability Framework project. The forum is for people, their carers, families, workers and service providers to talk about what good quality support looks like and how to improve the quality of this support.
"They are nice, take good care of me and make me feel at home." - Natasha Heath has been living in a host arrangement for the past three years and enjoys feeling included and safe in a home environment.