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Disability Services

North Ryde RSL grants new experiences

New destinations have opened up for two Sydney Community Services groups of adults with a disAbility, thanks to North Ryde RSL which made a $5,000 grant to be used for special events and experiences including theatre, marine and wildlife attractions. About a dozen adults with mild-to-moderate disAbility get together on Mondays and Fridays to enjoy [...]

Meet our team – Karl Xie

Karl was placed as an intern with Sydney Community Services when he studied his Community Services Certificate III – at that time he was helping organise a men’s social group for SCS. Karl Xie manages our linen service “I like older people – my parents and my wife’s parents are more than 80 [...]

Meet our client – James Russell

It’s another busy week for James Russell who works Mondays and Thursdays for Jigsaw, a document management service which pays award rates to people with the ability to digitise archives.  Today, James makes time to chat between data entry work and drama in the afternoon. Then, in the evening, it’s his favourite event, Social Club [...]

Meet our team – Rosemary Liu, Carer Support Coordinator

After living in the country, Rosemary Liu moved back to Sydney and took a job where she hosted people with dementia in her home – effectively running a day-care program for four clients. Previously a nurse, Rosemary soon added qualifications in community welfare which required a work placement. She undertook this with SCS, then Hunters [...]

A Review of Sydney Community Services Approach to Australian Disability Service Standards

Australia’s National Standards for Disability Services Australia’s National Standards for Disability Services drive, promote and promulgate the rights of persons with disabilities, whilst upholding a nationally consistent approach to service quality improvement. Importantly, Australia’s Disability Standards are not static but rather are continuously revised to reflect current societal standards, service models and philosophies and as [...]

Alan’s Story

Alan Small is in his early 60’s. He is a very independent person with a keen sense of humour and he can be a bit cheeky at times. Alan is visually impaired.  Alan has four siblings, two brothers who live either side of him, a sister whom he visited recently in Perth (all by himself [...]

Generous Anonymous Donation Surprises “Different Degrees”

Any celebration or official opening is a magical time with distinguished guests, excitement, anticipation in the air, speeches and infectious enthusiasm. But when the Different Degrees Theatre Ensemble were getting ready to perform at the official opening of Sydney Community Services in their new premises, there was an amazing surprise waiting for them that wasn't just the applause, [...]

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