Living with Dignity

The dedication, love and personal care extended to those either born or struck down with an intellectual disability calls for highly qualified, committed staff. Nadrasca has been caring for the intellectually disabled in Melbourne since 1967 and is recognised as a leader in its field. Raeoni Turner, General Manager of Nadrasca Community in Nunawading says, “the fundamental approach by our staff and volunteers is to see them as people first and disabled second.” She says, “Our clients choose what programs they participate in all of which include life skills and vocational planning as well as a variety of sports.”

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I'm 67, retired and studying a Bachelor of Communications degree at Griffith University, Queensland. I live in Victoria and commute online. All posts on this site are for University assignments and contain no commercial interests.
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