As we publish this news story, a “For Sale” sign has been erected at our Woodville Campus – currently the head office of scosa. This commences the formal sale period for scosa’s Woodville Property.
Together with Cara who co-owns the Woodville Campus, we have identified that in order for us to continue to grow, our existing administrative base no longer suits our purposes.
While we recognise the history and importance of the Woodville Campus, which has been our home for over 60 years, we will soon commence the process of identifying a new management and administration site that is centrally located within the context of our Hubs.
scosa is growing and embracing the opportunities that the NDIS has brought to our organisation and the disability sector as a whole and we look forward to moving into a new administration centre and operational base within the next 12 months.
With growth on the horizon, the Board has also recently endorsed the expansion of our services in a range of areas, including growth of our Behavioural Support Therapy Program. In support of this, over the coming months scosa will be recruiting an additional Developmental Educator to help scosa continue to deliver important personal outcomes for an expanding number of our participants.
The Board also endorsed the rejuvenation of our Hubs; as evidenced by the recent painting and upgrade of the Mitcham Hub, and the upgrading of IT equipment at a number of Hubs. We all look forward to making our Hubs more attractive places to work, grow and have fun for our participants and staff.
We also assure you that it will be ‘business as usual’ and we are positive that the move from Woodville will bring greater opportunity for our participants, staff, volunteers and all other persons associated with scosa.
In closing, scosa is entering a period of growth which will bring exciting opportunities for South Australians living with disabilities. We are confident in the capacity and capability of scosa to generate positive and sustained outcomes for our participants and their families as we continue to strive to be a leading disability services provider in South Australia.