25th Anniversary: Skillseekers Community Access Service
A huge thank to Councillor Jerome Laxale, Mayor of Ryde for attending our celebrations to mark the 25th anniversary of Cerebral Palsy Alliance’s Skillseekers Community Access Service.
Among the guests were a number of past and present staff, clients and families who came together to reminisce and catch u.
Skillseekers CAS was the first program of its kind in NSW where adults could participate in community activities, classes and courses of their own choosing with support from a team of community workers.
Visit our website to find out more about our CAS services
Cerebral Palsy Alliance’s CAS programs gives adults with a disability the opportunity to pursue interests like art and music, and develop social circles that are so important for building self-esteem and confidence.
These services also enable families and carers to get some much-needed respite from the daily demands of caring for an adult with a disability.