Sailability is an important component of a broad range of sporting and other activities provided throughout the year for our participants.
scosa raises its sails
The Premier makes an announcement at scosa
scosa recently welcomed Premier Jay Weatherill to our Pympton Hub, where he announced a new initiative to offer school based traineeships to Year 10 students to work in the growing disability sector.
New developments at scosa – we are moving!
As we publish this news story, a “For Sale” sign has been erected at our Woodville Campus – currently the head office of scosa.
Companion Cards – what you should know
If you have a permanent and significant disability, you may be eligible for a Companion Card.
It’s more than a job!
Each day our scosa staff are helping to make a positive impact in the lives of people living with disabilities in South Australia.
Positive Behaviour Support
Meet our Senior Developmental Educator, Fran Whiteley!
scosa NDIS Information Sessions
Are you interested in learning more about the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and how to maximise the benefits available to you or a loved one?
Music Therapy Program
Music Therapy is a clinical evidence based practice we are using to help meet our participant’s individualised goals.
We welcome Kaz McMahon
It is with great pleasure that scosa welcomes our new General Manager Services Delivery, Karen (Kaz) McMahon.
Collaborating with local schools
The students engaged in the program cannot help but be inspired by the resilience and genuine enthusiasm for life that people living with disabilities demonstrate.