This Program was introduced to encourage participants to push their boundaries and help to identify new life pathways.
scosa graduates forging new pathways
New beginnings as we bid farewell to Woodville
On Tuesday 21 August 2018, scosa hosted a function to officially farewell our Woodville site as we have recently moved to our new central office at Eastwood.
Adelaide Oval work experience
On Thursday 2nd August, a group of our participants had the opportunity to embark on a Work Experience Day at Adelaide Oval. The group assisted the Adelaide Oval staff in preparation for the Showdown on the weekend.
You can donate to scosa at no cost to you!
scosa has been lucky enough to be selected as one of OTR’s community partners which means OTR will make a donation to scosa at no cost to you. How easy is that?
Our central office has moved!
We have moved our central administration office from Woodville to 210 Greenhill Road, Eastwood
scosa stars shine at Talent Quest
Performability is a scosa event that focuses on showcasing the abilities of people living with disabilities, where scosa participants typically spend three months preparing the props, costumes and routines to some of their favourite songs and dances, which culminated in this big finale event.
2018 scosa Glitz & Glamour Disco
A fantastic event which supports our objectives of building confidence in our participants, promoting physical exercise and creating a space for positive social interactions.
scosa welcomes new Chief Executive
scosa is pleased to announce the appointment of Dorothy Belperio as Chief Executive.
scosa raises its sails
Sailability is an important component of a broad range of sporting and other activities provided throughout the year for our participants.
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.