The smile on Michael’s face as he participates in the Healthy Lifestyle Program each Wednesday is just evidence of how much Michael enjoys his day. Michael eagerly packs his bag with his recipe book before being dropped off to meet up with the other participants in this great program. The dietician from Echuca Regional Health attends at the beginning of the sessions and speaks to the team about good nutrition. Community Living & Respite Services Inc. staff work very closely with Mi..
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For 16 years, CLRS has been a major constant in our lives – providing so much more than respite. CLRS has an holistic, supportive, pro active approach to the individual needs of our son and us, his family by enriching and enhancing our ability to live, love and grow. Thank you, CLRS. We would not have made it without you. Jennafer Whelan (Zane Perri’s Proud Mother)..
Johnno's Run 2016 was a successful event, with 129 participants raising $81,000 for the Opening Doors Project. The team included people from Echuca/Moama, Shepparton, Bendigo and Melbourne, and was a great example of community team work. Thank you to all who generously supported our team by donating, attending fundraising events, donating vouchers and items and supporting raffles! Johnno's Run is an annual event. Please contact the office if you would like to be involved...
Community Living & Respite Services has been an invaluable support for the Coutts family. Since moving to Echuca 10 years ago, Simone and Darryl Coutts have used the service for respite, before and after school care and the holiday programs for their daughter Lexie, 12. The programs allow Lexie, who has an intellectual disability and epilepsy, to socialise with friends in a safe environment, while providing much needed respite for Simone and Darryl and their other children, Amber, 9, and..
At 87 and still playing golf, Kath is relieved that Neville has secure accommodation and support for the future. Neville lives at Mitchell Place with four house mates, but also enjoys spending time at home with mum...
Bank Australia has supported CLRS for the past 5 years, including the furnishings at 4 Percy Street, the Minor Street Project, Annual Fundraising Dinner, the Greek Luncheon and Recyclability. ..
‘‘It’s changed my life. It changes you as a person. You become more understanding. In this industry, you have to listen. Listening is the key.’’..
What I enjoy most is that I have so much variety in my job. I work with young children through to elderly people (veterans), Club Teen, home care, personal care, community access etc. It is always great to support a client and to assist them to reach their goals.’’..
Echuca’s Beth Kimball gains a lot of satisfaction from volunteering for Community Living & Respite Services (CLRS). Initially joining the fundraising committee, Beth has raised awareness of CLRS in the community, resulting in support from sponsors and the community. “The local community has been so supportive. Many locals don’t realise how many people CLRS helps and families it supports, through day to day respite or shared supported accommodation,” she said. Approximately 80 businesse..
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