And the Beat Goes on!
Written on the 21 June 2017
Grant received from the Rotary Club of Mount Barker to purchase Djembe Drums
We are pleased to announce that we have been successful in obtaining a grant from the Rotary club of Mount Barker enabling us to purchase a set of Djembe Drums to be used as part of a therapeutic drumming workshop for a group of our Mount Barker Day Options clients.
Community Living Australia Chief Executive Mark Kulinski says that; 'Receiving this grant is great news and the development of this program shows the organisation's commitment to partnering with other community groups and providing a wide range of varied and quality services to suit the needs and develop the skills of all our clients.'
'The program is fantastic, the clients who are involved are really enjoying it and we can see that it is beginning to make a positive impact with some of them feeling more comfortable and relaxed in being able to communicate within this group and program,' added Sue Stuart, Regional Manager for Adelaide Hills, Strathalbyn and the Riverland.
Community Living Australia would like to acknowledge and thank the Rotary Club of Mount Barker for providing this wonderful grant and for supporting this great program which will make a positive and lasting difference in the lives of our clients.
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