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A remarkable turnaround

There was a point when Anne and Gig found it hard to feel optimistic about Robbie's future, but Minda’s day programs have opened up Robbie’s world.

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Jono takes the next step

Max and Helen Packer share the story of their son Jonathon and how proud they are to see him achieving independence.

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Apply for supported employment today

Do you have a disability? Do you want to learn new skills, earn a wage and make new friends? Minda can help you find a job you love. We can also help you with training and give you the support you need. Minda has so many different jobs on offer, in areas like manufacturing, catering, furniture construction, gardening, and working with computers.


A place for Anthony

After years of rejection and despair, Julie and Joe finally found a place where Anthony fit in. They can’t believe the change it has made.

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Respite a saviour for family

When Sandy Cropp and Dean Higgs found out they were pregnant with their third child, they didn’t know if they could do it again – would the baby be healthy? Would she live a happy life? Could they cope?


Dale's road to success

From an uncertain future, to one filled with promise, Kate takes us on a journey through the life of her beloved grandson Dale.

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A letter from Nenad

Loving father Nenad Cupac shares the story of his two boys, Alen and David who were born with Autism Spectrum Disorder and he and his wife Jasmina's struggle to find the support they needed.

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Minda’s changed our lives

— Judy Smith

36 year old Warwick lives at Minda’s central Brighton site. He’s resided with Minda for almost 20 years and has worked at Trak Furniture for the past two years, having worked at Minda’s Packaging Solutions for 15 years.

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For the last year I've been speaking up

— Shannon Mitchell

Shannon’s great work has not only been recognised in South Australia, but also on a national scale; winner of the 2012 Robert Martin Self Advocate Leader Award, Shannon was chosen from more than 1000 nominees as an outstanding person who speaks up for the rights of people living with disability across Australia.