Amidst the busy footy finals fever, a group of scosa’s participants were offered the opportunity of a lifetime.
Footy finals fever! Work experience at Adelaide Oval
scosa graduates forging new pathways
This Program was introduced to encourage participants to really push their own boundaries and help to identify new life pathways.
Helping you with the NDIS
The NDIS provides you with many exciting opportunities to have choice and control over the supports you receive We do understand that change is not an easy thing and therefore you probably have many questions which need answering. You are not alone!
Why are life skills important?
Learning valuable life skills plays a key role in enabling people with disabilities to participate in an inclusive community and better meet the challenges of everyday life.
scosa commences transition to the NDIS
From 1 July 2017 the first round of scosa participants started transitioning to life under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). This coincided with the next major milestone of the NDIS rollout in South Australia.
scosa participants showcase their abilities
Performability is an event that focuses on showcasing the abilities of people living with disabilities, where our participants typically spend up to three months preparing the props, costumes and routines to some of their favourite songs and dances.
Did you know that scosa is in Port Pirie?
At scosa's Port Pirie Hub, we currently have vacancies for our Day Options program where we provide you with tailored options to develop life skills, improve your ability to communicate and encourage participation in your local community.
What is life like at scosa?
This short video provides you with a snapshot of life at scosa, in particular focusing on one of our 11 Hubs located at Plympton
Are you prepared for the NDIS?
The NDIS is here! If you live in those areas transitioning to the NDIS on either 1 July or 1 October 2017, we strongly encourage you to
scosa opens major new disability Hub in north east of Adelaide
scosa is making a major long term investment in a new service Hub in Modbury to support people living with complex physical and intellectual disabilities in Adelaide’s north eastern suburbs.