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Aruma (formerly House with No Steps and The Tipping Foundation) Media requests: Claudia Romero, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0438 491 101
Fifteen budding artists with a disability have shown off their artistic flair while creating an extraordinary wall sized mural at our Townsville Service.
My name is Joel I live with four other blokes. We are all differently-abled, so we have a team to support us 24/7. That doesn’t mean that they are my whole life though. Read on and I’ll tell you a little more...
The 2014 Having a Say Conference, run by people with a disability, for people with a disability, brought together people from all over Australia, including House with No Steps (now Aruma).
We were very proud to see six customers representing Australia in the Asia Pacific Special Olympics Games.
Paola is a volunteer from the New South Wales South Coast. Check out her story which she shared with the South Coast Register.
On International Women’s Day, our Belrose head office held a special morning tea, to celebrate the challenges and triumphs faced by women with a disability.
In February 2014, our Belrose Disability Services were given a much needed makeover by 115 wonderful volunteers and the Optus RockCorps team.
We are thrilled to have been awarded a recycling tender with Lismore City Council managing the sorting operations at its Materials Recovery Facility.
We're proud to announce the opening of our new disability service hub in Ballina, New South Wales which will be home to our disability and NDIS support services.
Belinda and David are not only siblings – they are housemates and best friends. They recently both recruited the own support staff with the support of House with No Steps (now Aruma).
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