Taryn Waters

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Download the full CLP Annual report 2022-2023. On behalf of the Board and CLP team, I welcome new families who joined us this year and sincerely thank the many families who continue to show confidence in us. We are inspired by families to continually seek improvements to the support we […]

CLP Annual report 2022-2023

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This presentation was recorded during the November 2023 meeting of the Imagine More Imagining Home Peer Group. Helen talks about the timing and steps her family took to support Tom to step into the highly socially valued roles of homeowner and housemate. She starts with a list outlining “what we […]

Helen shares Tom’s story – Imagine More

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Do you have a knack for getting to know people’s strengths and passions and finding ways to overcome barriers? The Micro Enterprise Project (MEP) supports people with disabilities to establish their own micro enterprise, selling a high-quality product or service and giving the person scope to develop their competencies and […]

Micro Enterprise Consultant – permanent part time position

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Download the full CLP Annual report 2021-2022 (PDF) It is with a sense of optimism and renewal that I share my 2022 report with you. As we emerge from the shadow of the pandemic, while acknowledging its ongoing presence, we are looking forward to a brighter period in the life […]

CLP Annual report 2021-2022

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One page summary of the project The Neighbourhood Circles project is being delivered as part of the Inclusive Neighbourhoods Initiative and aims to strengthen the models for neighbourhoods where everyone has a role to play; where everyone is recognised, respected and included. This project is about exploring, strengthening, amplifying and […]

Neighbourhood Circles Project reports

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I am looking for someone to work with me after school hours for 4-6 hours a week to help me use my skills and interests to discover, explore and experience life’s possibilities. I am passionate about building and construction and love making and deconstructing things – I’m eager to build […]

Mentor – Building & Construction skills – Victor Harbor

Download the full CLP Annual Report 2020-2021 (PDF) Our experience of 2020-2021 has continued to be dominated by the COVID-19 pandemic. While we have been largely protected from the full impact of the virus in SA, restrictions on travel and connecting with loved ones, and the uncertainty of changing restrictions, […]

CLP Annual report 2020-2021

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The Covid-19 pandemic enhanced people’s vulnerabilities but also the role that neighbours can play to safeguard against them. When Covid-19 lockdowns struck, people connected like never before, offering help to neighbours and rallying to support their local shops and services.  Covid-19 showed that we want to be more than individuals; […]

Introduction: Neighbourhood Circles Project

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“While paperwork can be annoying at the best of times, Adelaide resident Emily West has made paper work for her.” ABC Adelaide interviewed Emily and her family and put together a story about the conception of her Micro Enterprise business “Shred-Em, and how it lead to a partnership with Zoos […]

Shred Em – featured on ABC news

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The NDIS spoke with Jak and his mum Fiona about Jak’s Micro Enterprise. Read the article on NDIS.gov.au Employment can be meaningful and rewarding for everyone The community awareness campaign, ‘Discover Micro Enterprise – Exploring the Possibilities Project’ is funded through an Information, Linkages and Capacity Building (ILC) grant with […]

Jak’s Gems – NDIS news article

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Chairperson and Executive Officer Report Download the full 2019 – 2020 Annual Report (PDF) After a number of years of planning and transition, CLP has now settled into the new world of NDIS, focused on delivering our Mission ‘to assist people with disability to live their own unique and purposeful […]

CLP Annual report 2019 – 2020

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The team at Western Australia’s Individualised Services (WAiS) have produced a fantastic resource called Choosing a Service Provider. It is not a list of service providers. It is a guide to help you to decide what is right for you. It takes you through the steps to get ready and […]

Choosing a Service Provider

The CLP Circles Initiative aims to: Build and strengthen the personal networks of a person who has disability Help friends and family include the person who has disability Assist the person to identify their hopes and dreams for their future & share their interests, gifts and talents Ensure each person […]

The Circles Initiative