HCO has been fortunate to receive another grant from the State Government Grants SA Program. The grant will enable us to upgrade our software platform to be NDIS ready.
HCO would like to thank the State Government & Grants SA Program for funding our Day Options Garden Irrigation.
It's a very exciting time ahead for the people of the Adelaide Hills as Kids Arthritis brings its popular Community Support Group to Aldgate!
This group has currently been running for the past 8 months down in the City of Tea Tree Gully and has proven to be a huge success supporting, connecting and empowering people within the community.
This free monthly group is all about self-development and having a safe space to attend every month to share and grow as a group. This group is open to anyone in the community with a different focus each month.
Children, their families, and carers living with Juvenile Arthritis particularly love the group, as they get to meet others living with the condition, but their children get to see that people in the community do care about what they are living with and want to help.
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On Thursday the 25th of May Centennial Court clients and staff partnered with the Junction Community Centre to raise money for the Cancer Council as part of the Australia's Biggest Morning Tea.
It was a great community celebration with lots of lovely food, drink and company shared. We would like to thank everyone who contributed to our morning tea, it is with your help we were able to raise a grand total of $709.20!
Ms Rebekha Sharkie MP visits HCO
Today Ms Rebekha Sharkie MP Member for Mayo visited a number of HCO sites including our day options program, respite and accommodation sites.
Pictured is Anne Golding who was showing Rebekha the script for a play that Anne has written and is directing with the support of Staff and Helena at respite talked to Rebekha about the company, friendships and skills she has gained from from HCO support. Rebecca thanked staff for the significant contribution they make to the local community through their support of people with a disability.