Keep up to date with the latest SACARE news as well as blogs related to the disability industry and stories from our community.

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SACARE 2018/19 Annual Review

It is with great honour that we share with you our 2018/2019 sacare Annual Review. This vibrant document showcases some of the highlights from what was a VERY big year! We are so proud of the entire sacare community from our hard-working and compassionate team to our resilient and remarkable clients. Please grab a cuppa and take a moment to read the Annual Review below. Thank you to everyone for being there for each other during the tough times, the good times and... the fun times! 

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What is a NDIS Support Coordinator?

Recently we had a fantastic week at the two biggest disability expos in Adelaide, KYD-X and Disability, Ageing and Lifestyle Expo, not only did we meet some potential new SACARE participants but we met with some very passionate Support Coordinators too. So, we thought we’d share a guest blog post from a Support Coordinator who has been tremendously helpful by referring NDIS participants to SACARE, her name is Laura Morris and she has just launched her new business “Abilities SA”. Some of you may be wondering what a role of a Support Coordinator looks like, so we asked the fabulous Laura herself! 

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Planning A Day Trip For Someone With A Disability: Alice Waterman’s Top Tips

The weather in Adelaide has warmed up and we're moving into the best time of the year to get out and do things. One of the best things to do is plan a full day out and see a new part of the local world around you. If you're from Adelaide and looking for local wheelchair accessible activities to get up to this summer, have a look at this list we put together of our top local activities!

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A Day in My Life: Dylan from Briarholm

When it comes to supporting our clients, SACARE know how to provide exceptional care and support. But what is our main point of difference? Our focus is on independence and lifestyle. Our support staff are not there to care and control, they are there to help and support.