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A Spotlight on our Support Worker, Yoshi

After four decades of teaching and volunteering, Yoshi has found a new life as a carer at Afea. He enjoys the flexibility of his new role, which allows him to focus on his hobbies: music, cycling and writing. He’s currently writing about Dr. Frederick C. Klein, an American Methodist minister who founded Nagoya Gakuin University, where […]

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‘A miracle girl’: Joy’s Story

By Afea Care Services

How complex care support helped a couple cope with MS “Joy’s story is a big one,” Angelo tells us over ...

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Meet Our Accounts Payable Officer, Grace

By Afea Care Services

When we ask Grace, our Manila-based Accounts Payable Officer and Valentine’s Day quiz champion, what superpower she would choose to ...

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From social isolation to recovery: Satala’s story

By Afea Care Services

Anni and Satala (‘Suki’) have been married for 22 years. In 2020, Satala, who used to work as a scaffolder, ...

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A Spotlight on our Support Worker, Lizzyline

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Can an introvert become a carer? Ask our disability support worker Lizzyline and she’ll respond with a resounding ‘Yes!’ Lizzyline ...

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What is complex care?

By Afea Care Services

Complex care is provided to people who may require a specialist level of support due to higher level medical needs ...

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Easter Picnic

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An egg-citing day with our SIL and SDA clients Ahead of the Easter long weekend, we invited our Supported Independent ...

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On Autism: An Interview with our Care Manager, Maria

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“The most important thing with autism, you need to manage your stress so that it doesn’t overwrite the fun in ...

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Purple Day: Afea speaks with Epilepsy Action Australia

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Did you know that more than 250,000 Australians currently live with epilepsy? This Purple Day (26 March), we join the ...

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