The Northern Territory news Sat 29 Jul 2017
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SATURDAY JULY 29 2017 CLASSIFIEDS 47 SATURDAY 9 SEP 2017 Register Now You can simply register yourself, your school or your workplace by going to stepstowardscapability.gofundraise.com.au It only takes five minutes to set up your fundraising page and then you can get your campaign started! There are great prizes for highest fundraisers in a range of categories. This event aims to create increased community awareness and interaction around disability. The event will also allow the community to make a quantifiable impact to the disability sector through valued fundraising. What is Steps Towards Capability? The Walk 8.00am arrival, walk will take place at 9.00am and is a simple 7km stroll from the Darwin Trailer Boat Club to Dudleys Point and back. Hydration stations will be supplied on the route. The Expo From 8.00am till 2.00pm ten disability service providers will be there so you can learn about who they are and what they do. This includes an opportunity to take part in art and recreation activities with members of the disability community. Donate Now Donations to all fundraisers are appreciated. Go on the site and find your favourite school, corporate or individual fundraiser and make a tax deductible donation. Receipts are issued to you automatically from the site. Proudly supported by 46 CLASSIFIEDS SATURDAY JULY 29 2017 carpentaria kids | support coordination adult allied health team | adult day service supported independent living respite/short term accommodation P: 08 8920 9400 E: email@example.com carpentaria.org.au Carpentaria is a registered NDIS service provider Join Carpentaria for a rewarding career in a range of Specialist Disability Support and Allied Health positions. Finalist in the 2015 NT Training Awards CARPENTARIA is dedicated to providing evidence-based and person-centred treatment and support to Territorians with disabilities and high support needs, to build a better life by focusing on the needs and goals of each individual. Carpentaria Disability Services chief executive Annie Rily said Carpentaria was committed to a philosophy that respected the rights of people with a disability to make informed choices about their lives and to receive the necessary support, information and encouragement to participate, and be included, in all aspects of community life. Carpentaria employs high quality staff in a range of specialist disability support and allied health roles to support clients across our services, she said. Services include Carpentaria kids, an adult day service, support co-ordination, supported independent living, adult allied health team and respite and short term accommodation services. Recruitment to positions at Carpentaria is based on values, skills and qualifications. The introduction of the National Disability Insurance Scheme in the Northern Territory will result in the growth of programs and the creation of additional roles to support Carpentarias services in the Darwin and Palmerston region, Ms Rily said. From specialist disability support and social work to speech pathology, physiotherapy and occupational therapy, Carpentaria offers a rewarding career in a dynamic workplace. Carpentaria staff are provided with training and skill development in first aid, epilepsy, diabetes and medication administration and management. Theyre also upskilling opportunities and ongoing specialist disability training, including positive behaviour support, person-centred active support and risk management. Competitive remuneration packages, including generous salary packaging benefits, are available, Ms Rily said. Sponsored by the Northern Territory Government, Carpentaria is proud to be driving innovation and collaboration in the delivery of services in Darwin, through the construction of a purpose-built administrative facility at Tiwi to promote shared services and efficient service delivery. Further stages are sponsored by the Australian Government, to allow community organisation access to essential support services, allied health, education, training and direct care services. The completion of stage one of the facility is expected in early 2018. Support that suits the needs
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