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SEC Care named 2018 Telstra Business Awards Finalist

TBA Awards Finalist 2018

SEC Care has proudly been named a 2018 Telstra Business Award Finalist for the category 'Social Change Maker'. 

SEC Care CEO Helen Pollard said it was an honour to be recognised by the prestigious awards for the second year running. 

"The Telstra Business Awards are Australia's premier business award program and the nomination is a testament to the dedication of the staff and volunteers working in our communities," Ms Pollard said. 

 

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Important information regarding Disability Services in Tasmania

Amy and SEC Care CSW Gniare Forsyth

From 1 July 2018, the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) will be available for children aged 0-3, and adults aged 35-49, which takes the ages eligible for NDIS to 0-49 years. The NDIS will also be available to adults aged 50-64 as of 1 January 2019, and by 1 July 2019, the NDIS will be available to all eligible Tasmanians.

If you are already receiving funding from Disability Services, you do not need to do anything – the NDIS will contact you and assist you to develop your first plan. It’s important that you tell your planner about the services you receive from South Eastern Community Care because these will need to be transferred.

If you receive Home and Community Care (HACC) services from South Eastern Community Care, you may be eligible for NDIS funding. 

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Vale Anne Gunn (1932-2018)

Vale Anne Gunn

In her role as a Sister (Registered Nurse), Anne Gunn was one of the original three nurses employed at South Eastern Community Care in 1971.

In Anne’s words – “Having been hospital trained, social visits and check visits seemed very odd to me, but it didn’t take long to see how it benefited the patients, especially those living alone. I have bathed patients in tin sheds, with the wind whistling around. I have walked a couple of miles to hermits living alone, driven miles on lonely roads. I have been into houses I would rather forget, attacked by savage dogs. I have seen and admired the women of the country, who improvising aids and caring for their sick families – they have my utmost respect” – Celebrating 40 years of Community Care (2011).

Anne was involved with many community groups and gave her time freely to church, volunteers groups and her family. Anne is survived by her three sons, one daughter, and ten grandchildren.  

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'SEC Care Sweethearts' raise $2,780 for the Cancer Council of Tasmania

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On Saturday, 17 March 2018, team 'SEC Care Sweethearts' laced up their sneakers and slipped on the sunscreen for the 2018 Relay for Life. Despite wild weather finishing the event early, the Sweethearts had a ball running (walking...) laps around the Hobart Domain Athletic Centre for 16 hours. The team proudly raised $2,780 for the Cancer Council of Tasmania. 

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Photo: SEC Care Sweethearts, Angela, Robyn, Natalie, Emily, Cathy, Coral and Cheryl, just after sundown on Saturday, 17 March 2018 at the Hobart Domain Athletic Centre. 

Thank you to everyone who came to our Community Expo!

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Patrons were treated to free scones, sausages, and a healthy dose of sunshine on Saturday, 21 October at the South Eastern Community Care (SEC Care) Community Expo.

A huge thank you to the 25 organisations from around Tasmania who came together for one special event to pay homage to Tasmanian seniors.

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SEC Care CEO Helen Pollard said for the second year running, the Organisation had proudly put the Expo together without any funding assistance, and at no cost to stallholders or patrons.

Community Expo 2017entrance

“Most items we needed to host the free sausage sizzle and Devonshire Tea were generously donated by local businesses and organisations from the Sorell community,” Ms Pollard said. 

Community Expo 2017entrance

“We believe this Expo was a true testament to the community spirit that is alive and well in the Sorell municipality, and are excited to be a driving force behind that ethos into the future."

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Seniors Week 2017

Senior Week 2017

Happy Seniors Week 2017!
Follow this link to see all the amazing events happening around your community this week - there's something for everyone! 

Don't forget: 

The SEC Care Community Expo 2017 is on this Saturday, 21 October 2017 from 11:00 am - 2:00 pm at 12 Somerville Street, Sorell. 

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SEC Care in the finals for Tasmanian Community Achievement Award!

CAA17 Finalist

It is with great pleasure we announce that SEC Care has been named a finalist for the Tasmanian Community Achievement Awards in the category, Prime Super Excellence in Aged Care. We are thrilled to have been selected and wish the other finalists the best of luck. The winner will be announced at a Gala Dinner on Friday, 1 December 2017. 

The SEC Care Community Expo is just around the corner!

Expo banner 2017

The South Eastern Community Care (SEC Care) Expo is back for its second year! Paying homage to our elders, the Expo brings together leading health and wellbeing organisations from across Tasmania. Come join us for a day of family fun, with activities, free lunch, entertainment and information stalls for all ages.

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