Tjungu Team News & Events

Survey – Client satisfaction

Posted by on Mar 15, 2014 in Tjungu Team News and Events | Comments Off on Survey – Client satisfaction

Sue Goding is currently doing a client satisfaction survey with Tjungu Team clients from the Tri-State area. The survey should be completed around the end of June 2014.

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Survey – Prevention of abuse and neglect

Posted by on Mar 2, 2014 in Tjungu Team News and Events | Comments Off on Survey – Prevention of abuse and neglect

Ahmed, Disability Advocacy Officer, is working with Linda Rive, (Ara Irititja Program) to undertake a survey with around 6 Tjungu clients for input into the Prevention of Abuse and Neglect Sub-committee that Kim McRae, Tjungu Team Manager, on for National Disability Services. Ahmed will be speaking to clients (with Linda’s help interpreting) to record their views and concerns about abuse and neglect. This survey will be finished by the end of March and submitted to NDS.

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“They Might Have to Drag me Like a Bullock”

Posted by on Mar 2, 2014 in Tjungu Team News and Events | Comments Off on “They Might Have to Drag me Like a Bullock”

Kim McRae, Tjungu Team Manager, is  having regular phone meetings with John Gilroy from the University of Sydney to develop a funding submission to undertake a 2nd Edition of the book. Kim expects to have the final draft of the submission by the last week of March for approval from Andrea, NPYWC Co-Ordinator,on behalf of the...

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Peter Edwards Memorial Award

Posted by on Dec 16, 2013 in Tjungu Team News and Events | Comments Off on Peter Edwards Memorial Award

Tjungu Team is a joint winner in the Peter Edwards Memorial Award South Australia, in recognition of our “outstanding contribution to people with intellectual disabilities”. The letter that came with the certificate says that Tjungu Team have been identified as “providing extraordinary support to remote Indigenous Australians with intellectual disability”. This award is a great validation for the challenging work being done to try and support people with disabilities to stay on their country. Congratulations to Erin Raskas, Yuminiya Ken and...

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