Anglicare Connect Newsletter Autumn 2024 (Issue 19)

Dianne working on a computer on one of her artworks.

It’s a pleasure to share stories of joy, creativity and hope in the lead-up to Easter.
On page 4 we meet three team members who have achieved five years of service with us. They explain what they enjoy most about their roles.

I know Diane well (page 6) because she is a member of our Participant Advisory Group. Her considered approach to a range of issues facing our organisation is much appreciated. Housing client Pauline (page 8) reflects on her journey to her first permanent home.  Anglicare is proud to have assisted Pauline and her grandson to achieve this milestone and we wish them all the best.

Find out how to remain independently and safely in your own home with a Home Care Package on page 9.

The most recent research to come out of our Social Action and Research Centre, Survival  Mode, (page 11) provides a clear picture of the cost of living – but it also provides hope that solutions are available.

Anglicare wants the Tasmanian government to introduce a universal poker machine card. Find out more about our call – and how you can add your voice to it – on the home page of our website, www.anglicare-tas.org.au

My best wishes to you and your loved ones this Easter,
Chris Jones, CEO

Publication Type: Newsletter Publication Date: March 2024 Key Subject Area(s): Aged Care, Home Care

Anglicare Tasmania’s Home Care client newsletter called Connect for Autumn 2024

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