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Don’t miss this once a year opportunity to play at The Metropolitan Golf Club while raising money for the people we support. All proceeds will go towards helping people with disability, by providing supports that are not funded by the NDIS.
This event relies on the generous support of volunteers. Volunteer assistance is required with registrations, competitions, raffle sales and general tasks to ensure the day runs smoothly. You can find out more by contacting our Volunteer Coordinator, Alana Roberts at email@example.com.
As the Disability Royal Commission continues, we would like to remind participants and families that support services are available to help by way of counselling, advocacy and legal services. You can find out more about these services on our resources site, or here.
OC Connections is excited to once again hold its Charity Golf Day at The Metropolitan Golf Club. Registrations are now open. Please join us for a fun day at one of Melbourne’s most prestigious golf courses while helping to raise much needed funds for the people we support. 18 hole par play Lunch and refreshments […]
As you may be aware, the rollout of the COVID Vaccine has been planned to occur in phases to ensure Australia’s most vulnerable receive priority attention. As part of this plan, people and staff living in disability services accommodation that house more than one person were to receive the Vaccine as part of Phase 1a […]
OC Connections (OCC) has embarked on a very exciting project to review and improve the quality of our homes and make them more comfortable for residents. All homes where OC Connections provides Supported Independent Living (SIL) will be inspected in the coming weeks and months, and a plan will be developed to upgrade any homes […]
Ten years on and residents still call George Street home
The George Street community living house has just celebrated 10 years since they opened in 2011. Current residents, Peter, Warwick and Ross were part of the original George Street resident group back in 2011. Others from that group, are now in different OCC houses including Frank who moved to Salisbury Road and Don who moved […]
The Towards Employment students commenced face to face study at Mackie Road Neighbourhood House in January, very excited after a long break. The students started an eight-week course, Keys to Success Program (KSP) run by facilitator Jon Slingsby from VALID (Victorian Advocacy League for Individuals with Disability). Eight employees from OC Connections Enterprises (OCCE) were […]