McLaren Vale Enterprises are expanding their services to provide exciting opportunities for People Living with Disability and their families in the Southern & Fleurieu areas.
On Thursday, July 23, a Community Information Session was held at the Seaford Community Centre where CEO Garry Velt gave an overview of the organisation and talked about the range of opportunities available to those in the community requiring employment supports and support available for students after they have finished Year 12.
"We'll be able to offer a range of employment supports throughout a participant's life. From skills building, running a small business through to supported jobs. We can work alongside individuals to help meet their goals." Mr Velt said.
Ms Catherine Baylis, Home & Community Support Manager presented the range of home supports and community engagement activities that will be available.
"The aim of our programs are to teach participants everyday skills in a safe and fun environment, to make new friends and engage in the local community", Ms Baylis said.
McLaren Vale Enterprises are a community focussed organisation working with local groups and businesses to co-ordinate and facilitate the best possible experience for participants.
A second Information Session will be held on Wednesday, August 12, 6.30pm to 8pm at the Seaford Community Centre. Seats are limited to 30, due to COVID-19 restrictions. To register visit the McLaren Vale Enterprises Facebook page or email firstname.lastname@example.org.