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Conference highlights innovation in aged care

Conference highlights innovation in aged care

UnitingSA staff came together on Friday, November 24, for our 7th annual Aged Care Conference held at Regency Green Multicultural… Read More →

It’s official – we are UnitingSA

It’s official – we are UnitingSA

Our new name, UnitingSA, has been officially marked at a public celebration with more than 130 of our key supporters… Read More →

Christmas is a time for giving

Christmas is a time for giving

UnitingSA is calling on South Australians to get into the Christmas spirit and give generously to improve the lives of… Read More →

Decide what sort of work you’re considering.

There are a number of composing providers offering help on paper solutions. Our bureau delivers the broadest and most complete… Read More →

Award for innovative aged care development

Award for innovative aged care development

Wesley House Aged Care has taken out the Innovation in Development award at the Urban Development Institute of Australia’s (UDIA)… Read More →

Free to be yourself – minus the labels

Free to be yourself – minus the labels

Schizophrenia. Anxiety. Asperger Syndrome. These are all labels Andrew Chambers has been given over the years. But they are not… Read More →

Supported Residential Facilities program fosters independence

Supported Residential Facilities program fosters independence

Peter Van Der Myle – or Pete as his mates call him – has an infectious smile. When you meet… Read More →

Stitched with love for people in need

Stitched with love for people in need

Every Monday morning at Regency Green Aged Care, the sound of knitting needles tapping combines with music from years gone… Read More →

Celebrating Ukrainian Independence Day

Celebrating Ukrainian Independence Day

Residents at our Seaton Aged Care home were delighted to take part in Ukrainian Independence Day celebrations today. Good food,… Read More →

Mental Health training earns silver badge

Mental Health training earns silver badge

We are proud to say we have been re-accredited as a Mental Health First Aid Skilled Workplace for our efforts… Read More →

Nobody can do everything but everyone can do something.

UnitingSA relies on the generosity of donors to help deliver innovative programs and support for people in need across metropolitan and regional South Australia.

“I was in such a dark place for years and my mental health issues meant I couldn’t see anything straight. With the help of my support worker, I started to feel comfortable in my own skin and now I am even working again. I will always remember how I recovered with the help I received through UnitingSA.”

Hiroko,
Received support from Mental Health Services