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Aruma (formerly House with No Steps and The Tipping Foundation) Media requests: Claudia Romero, at email@example.com or 0438 491 101
Last month we said farewell to long term employee Peter Irwin from Summerland House Farm after an impressive 28 years working in the gardens and the nursery.
Peta and Nat are the first people with an intellectual disability to be approved for a home loan in their home town of Newcastle - a dream come true for the pair.
Every Wednesday since 1973, Vera and Margery arrived at House with No Steps (now Aruma) in Belrose, armed with baked good, to volunteer their time.
Self advocacy is about speaking up for yourself and others, standing up for your rights and what you believe in, and giving a voice to people with a disability.
20 House with No Steps (now Aruma) employees and customers celebrated International Day of People with Disability volunteering at Ronald McDonald House Charities Australia.
James has been receiving support from House with No Steps (now Aruma) for 18 months, and together with his Support Worker's help, his energy, enthusiasm, and independence has grown.
Our Belrose disability service is the proud owner of a brand new kitchen, kindly donated by IKEA after being displayed in a homeshow.
Our Managing Director, Andrew Richardson, shares the highlights from 2014, and wishes everyone a wonderful Christmas season and a fulfilling and rewarding 2015.
Kerrie and Gary Brown know first-hand the incredible difference our supporters make. So much so, they have decided to leave us a gift in their Will.
Throughout 2013/14, we have focused on creating lasting change and new opportunities for people transitioning to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
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