Entries by Cathy Harper

Belmont Oppe Shoppe – Closure over Christmas

Our hard working volunteers deserve a break so the Oppe Shoppe will be closed from Friday December 22 and will re-open on Wednesday 10th January. We kindly asked that donations to be delivered to the shop when we re-open. Many thanks and we wish all our volunteers and customers a wonderful and safe break.

Another outstanding year for Diversitat Training’s School-based programs.

We are proud to announce another successful year with our School-based Apprenticeship and Traineeship (SbAT) and Vocational Education and Training in Schools (VETiS) program at Diversitat Training with the best results yet. This year we ran SbAT and VETiS programs in: • Early Childhood Education and Care • Horticulture • Hospitality • Screen and Media […]

Services provided to clients under to NDIS

Proudly established in 2013, Diversability provides services and support for their many clients with disability. Diversability specialises in working with people from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) backgrounds with disability and their families. Diversability’s services are provided to their clients under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). Mainly funded through the NDIS and philanthropic trusts, […]

Caring for our Aged

Diversitat’s Aged Support provides nothing but the the upmost care and support for its elderly clients who walk through their doors. Aged Support’s main aim is to help elderly people remain at home for as long as possible before entering into residential care. Aged Support assists both the clients and carers to help make this […]

Supporting Geelong’s Youth

The Diversitat Youth Department began its proud journey over 15 years ago, starting off as the SWEET (Success With Education, Employment and Training) Program. Originally beginning with 10 students, the Department has since grown, and now has up to 80 students enrolled. Students come from varying degrees of wellbeing background issues, including homelessness, drug and […]

How do we support Geelong’s Asylum Seekers?

Diversitat began supporting Asylum seekers in October 2012, after government funding became available. This was in response to the increased numbers of boat arrivals on Australian shores. Initially, the program was called the Community Assistance Support/Asylum Seeker Assistance Scheme (CAS/ASAS) program, and it was delivered through the Adult Multicultural Education Services (AMES). Through its initial […]