Keeping clients active

Like many frontline workers, Tara Reed, Disability Support Worker for Torrens has been on the look-out for ways to keep our clients active and engaged during this time when isolation factors can be a challenge.

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PKC lifestyle

Life has been different at PKC over the past eight weeks due to COVID-19 – and staff have been working hard to deliver lifestyle activities chosen by the clients.


Emily achieving goals

Support staff at our Oaklands Park community housing are helping Supported Independent Living (SILs) client Emily achieve some fitness and creative goals, despite the COVID-19 restrictions.


Pool reopens for Minda clients

The Minda pool reopened this week for Minda clients only, on a limited numbers basis.

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Farewell to Lisa Feder

Senior Manager Supported Independent Living Brighton Lisa Feder is moving on from Minda after more that 20 years valued service to our community.


Countering isolation

Kahlim Conroy is one of our frontline staff members who are coping well with recent challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic.


Client wellbeing is top priority

Dilip Jose works in the concierge role at Bright Way and Fassina Way at Minda Brighton. Having worked at Minda for nine years, he loves working to help improve people’s independence and confidence in their own abilities.


Emma's 50th

Our Supported Independent Living (SILs) client Emma recently celebrated her 50th birthday!


From little things, big things grow

Kareen Charlesworth has been working to build a veggie garden with Kevin, a Minda Supported Independent Living Services (SILS) client at St Marys. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Kareen, a SILS support worker, wanted to find new ways to keep Kevin engaged with things that interested him.

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Control Centre and rostering

One of Minda’s COVID-19 preparedness actions was to establish a Staff Vacancy Management (SVM) Control Centre to manage any significant staff absences that could eventuate due to the COVID-19 pandemic.