Aspley SIL House
Our warm and welcoming Aspley SIL house has everything you need to live an independent, connected life. We’ll be matching a small group of housemates with similar lifestyles and personalities to create a fun share house experience with 24/7 onsite support. We've already shown some potential housemates around so if you’d like to arrange a private viewing, please email Lisa in Intake. For more information, head to our SIL webpage or watch the video below.
Brisbane Disability Connection Expo - 3 and 4 March
Floods stopped us from attending in 2022, but this year we can’t wait to be part of the Brisbane Disability Connection Expo. This free event is taking place at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre on 3 and 4 March from 10am - 4pm. Come say hello to the Mamre team at booth 144! For more info, visit https://www.developingauscommunities.com.au/brisbane-expo-2023
As part of our 40th birthday celebrations this year, we’re creating a collection of photos, stories and more to shine a light on our long and beautiful history. If you’d like to be involved and share your favourite Mamre memories, please get in touch with Savannah in Marketing and Communications.
Your Service, Your Rights workshops
We’ve partnered with Parent 2 Parent and Inclusion Australia to bring you four free workshops about having your rights met while receiving NDIS services. These workshops will be taking place at our Mamre Windsor office (Level 1/230 Lutwyche Rd, Windsor). Dates and details below. If you'd like to register send us an email and let us know which workshop(s) you’d like to attend.
Chat Connect & Collab
Recently we welcomed a group of people who communicate in diverse ways and their communication partners for two Chat, Connect & Collab sessions in our community hub. The group crafted together and shared life experiences while building self-advocacy skills, exploring communication and creating connections. It was a fun time and we look forward to more sessions soon.
Have your say in the Voice of Queenslanders with Disability survey
Griffith University and Queenslanders with Disability Network (QDN), with funding from the Queensland Government, are undertaking a survey to capture the voices of Queenslanders with disability. Your responses will help inform Queensland’s Disability Plan 2022-2027 about what is working well and what needs improvement. The survey closes Friday 10 March, click here to take it.
QDN Digital Inclusion Project
Queenslanders with Disability Network (QDN) Digital Inclusion project is bridging the digital divide and helping to reduce barriers for people with disability to get online. These free online masterclasses about how to use devices to access information, essential goods, services and supports will take place on Monday afternoons for the next six months. Visit the QDN’s website for more details and to register.
The Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (ATAGI) is recommending a 2023 COVID-19 vaccine booster for people with disability and their support networks. The 2023 booster rollout will start on 20 February. For more information click here.
Therapy is cool!
How great is this jumper? Hands up if you agree with Kim (one of our speech pathologists) that going to therapy is cool! Whether you’re looking to smash goals, create a plan or get some support with daily tasks, our OTs and Speechies can help. Email Allied Health if you’d like to know more. Our Allied Health team is also currently on the hunt for a passionate Speech Pathologist to join the team. If you’d like to apply or know someone who would be the perfect fit, check out more about the job here.
A warm welcome to these wonderful new members of our team.
- Laura Grant | Manager Operations
- Glen Sweet | Manager Rostering and Revenue
- Nye Stewart | Project Lead SIL House Services
- Catherine Biddle | Manager Quality and Compliance
- Kristen Thompson | Personal Assistant
- Lisa Jones | Intake Coordinator
- Tracie-Lee Little | Power To You Project Lead