Flair & Fine Care received a tremendous response at Source Kids Disability Expo
Flair & Fine Care participated in Source Kids Disability Expo, Melbourne Chapter, on the 18th and 19th of June.
Being an NDIS registered provider of support workers, Flair & Fine Care was able to showcase our unique and person-centred approach to thousands of inquisitive and devoted special needs families and the community that supports them. We proudly flaunted our vision to provide the most suitable support workers that improve the participant’s and carer’s experience, and how we could work with the Participants and their carers’ needs so they can live their best life inside and out.
It was an excellent opportunity to focus on brand awareness, increase the database, acquire new clients and maintain brand exposure.
On the Dias: Team Member Highlight
If Dedication Has a Face: Patty Nikolakopoulos
Patty is one of those team members whom Flair & Fine Care is undoubtedly proud of. Upright and dedicated, she always covers the extra mile for the participants she works with. She has chosen to be a support worker as this career is associated with her personal values. She believes that compassionate interaction is the key to building effective relationships. Every evening, when we read the shift notes left by Patty, we are joyfully amazed at how this girl deals with all relevant authorities to fight for her client’s rights, be it the building or the food service, she is always on top of the game.
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Participants’ Arena: Filomena, The Smiling Valiant
Meet our lovely Filomena, an integral part of our FFC Family. She is a vigorous and enthusiastic person, dedicated to progress towards independence. Flair & Fine Care is proud of Filomena for successfully completing her certificate of “All Abilities Essential Skills for Work”. She is now work-ready with the help of her lovely team Anmol, Yelda, Amy, Rajneet, Dipali, and Irene. Wishing you the best of luck Filomena in your future endeavours.
Because You are Precious: NAIDOC Week
National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee (NAIDOC) week was celebrated from 3rd July to 10th July, this year. Everyone joined to commemorate the rich culture of our nation’s First People and their outstanding achievements.
The core purpose this year is to “Get up, Stand up and Show up,” which means that we have to unite with our communities, raise our voices and drive momentum for real change. In recognition of NAIDOC week, Scope has created a Key Word Sign Communication Board to honour this year’s theme.
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