Adelaide’s Connor Taylor is proof you can use what some people see as a limitation, as a unique skill. In primary school Connor was diagnosed to be on the autism spectrum. Continue reading Dandelion Programme harnessing natural talents for IT
National Families Week is held every year between 15 and 21 May, and the theme for 2017 is ‘Stronger families, stronger communities’. Department of Human Services Social Media Advisers Clarissa, Renata and Sarah talk about the strong bond they have with their families, and what family means to them .
International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOT) draws attention to the violence and discrimination experienced by LGBTI people across the globe.
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Supporting the Mother’s Day Classic fun run is something very close to the heart of Nikki White, a Digital Service Officer at the Department of Human Services.
Raising awareness to improve treatment for people suffering blood disorders was all the motivation Julie Crockett needed to participate in this year’s World’s Greatest Shave. Continue reading Julie Shaves to Raise Awareness
When Nekol graduated from a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Sociology at the University of Tasmania, she wanted a job that could make a real difference and produce tangible outcomes in people’s lives.
Divesh Narayan is one of around 70 Multicultural Service Officers who work with migrant and refugee communities connecting with the department and other agencies.
Recently Department of Human Services staff member Reece teamed up with Orange Sky Laundry, to volunteer his time to run a laundry with a difference to help those less fortunate.
The parents of Guillermo Rodriguez, Maria and Vince Rodriguez, are thankful that their son has begun work as a Hewlett Packard Enterprise employee at the Department of Human Services as part of the Dandelion Programme.
Continue reading Parents watch son flourish in Dandelion Programme