scosa's Maximum Potential Leadership Group training session in April was held at Café Primo at Tee Tree Plaza and focused on the theme of friendship.
The importance of friendship
Vale Daphne Gum MBE OAM
scosa is deeply saddened by the passing of one of the great pioneers who was instrumental in the founding of our organisation.
scosa pushing the boundaries
scosa is delighted to announce that we are continuing our innovative Maximum Potential Leadership Program for the second year. This exciting initiative involves taking a small cohort of our participants and immersing them in a relatively intense ten-month program that focuses on improving communication skills, building confidence and self-esteem, encouraging aspirational goal setting, and building individual capacity.
scosa raises its sails to launch Sailability
On Tuesday 24 January, scosa raised its sails along the Port River to kick off the 2017 season of sailability. sailability is a program where scosa clients sail in specially designed vessels for South Australians living with disabilities. The activity […]
scosa & SPORTSMED·SA provide Art Therapy
The Body & Mind Wellbeing Program focuses on the arts as a means of promoting physical and mental health, while also offering an alternative means of expression to many of scosa’s participants who are non-verbal.
scosa and Adelaide Oval in partnership
scosa is delighted to announce that we have been nominated as the official Charity Partner of Adelaide Oval
New Chief Executive a major coup for scosa
New Chief Executive a major coup for scosa. scosa is delighted to announce the appointment of