Playgroup Australia has released findings that community playgroups have a positive impact on the economy long-term.
South Eastern Community Connect (SECC) is currently seeking a person with community development experience to join its team as the Community Strengthening Team Leader.
South Eastern Community Connect will run four Vacation Care programs across its OOSH services in the October school holidays.
South Eastern Community Connect (SECC) understands the importance of quality respite for carers. SECC offers Flexible Respite Care to care recipients over 65 who are frail aged, or who have a dementia diagnosis.
Life is full of transitions, from the first time you attend pre-school through to nailing your first job, and taking on roles such as parent, spouse and carer as you age. Crossing over into the role of ‘senior’ is another milestone which some greet with trepidation – and others, hope and joy.
Life can feel a bit overwhelming sometimes, can’t it? Like hamsters on a wheel, sometimes we don’t quite know how to slow down. But there are ways to slow down.
Staff Development Days are a great way for a team to learn something new, build relationships, and have fun. And we ticked all these boxes on Friday with our Team-Building Day at the new SECC Community Hub.
South Eastern Community Connect (SECC) is seeking enthusiastic an OSHC Responsible Person with a high level of people and communication skills and demonstrated experience working with children to join our Safe Multicultural Out of School Hours (SMOOSH) team.
South Eastern Community Connect is looking for a Family Support Worker to join its team in a part-time (22.5 hours/week) role. We are looking for a person with high level of people and communication skills and demonstrated experience in children and family support to work in our family support team.
South Eastern Community Connect to seeking the right person to fill the part-time position of Family Support Worker. This person will have a high level of people and communication skills, as well as demonstrated experience in children and family support to work in our family support team.
Embarrassment and shame are two of the feelings people have when they aren’t able to put food on the table. And it’s these emotions that also hold people back from asking for support.
It’s always exciting when someone new joins our team, especially when we know they’ll be making a big impact in the lives of others.