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NDIS Services expand with coordinator and dedicated trial space

NDIS services at The Friendlies have continued to grow with the appointment of NDIS coordinator Fiona Field and the opening of a dedicated space for equipment trials. Fiona has joined The Friendlies team after working in the disability sector for more than 10 years. “I am really excited to join The Friendlies to help further grow the NDIS services and extend our delivery to Home Care Package Providers in the region,” Fiona said. Fiona works closely with our allied health,More

Leave a lasting legacy with The Friendlies Friendship Tree

The Friendlies Foundation Friendship Tree represents the special relationships that grow in a healthcare setting. Public Relations Officer Tunja Cottier said this beautiful hand-painted tree not only added colour and life to The Friendlies hospital foyer, but served a special purpose. “We have special leaves that can be added to the tree in memory of a loved one, in thanks of a staff member or team, or simply to show people’s support of The Friendlies,” Ms Cottier said. “The foundationMore

How to pick out the perfect perfume when you are buying for someone else

When you want to give a special gift like perfume, it can be hard to know what the recipient would like. But there are a few things you can do to help make picking the perfect fragrance a breeze. Enlist help Our beauty consultants are specially trained in all our fragrances, and based on a few easy questions they can help point you in the right direction. Go with your nose If you are picking out a scent for yourMore

$2000 raised at The Friendlies Foundation Movie Night Under The Stars

Markets, Music, Food and an outdoor screening of Sherlock Gnomes drew more than 600 people to Alexandra Park for The Friendlies Foundation Movie Night Under The Stars. The gold-coin event raised more than $2000 for the charity, thanks to the generous support from those who attended, vendors, volunteers and sponsors. The Friendlies Foundation public relations officer Tunja Cottier said she was pleased with the event and the feedback received. “We really wanted to hold a true community event that wasMore