A big thank you to Ecoteam for their support of our NAIDOC week celebrations.
Their generosity allowed us to purchase a range of native and bush tucker plants which the Young People planted with guidance from Aunty Thelma James 🌱
Right now, across the NSW there is a shortage of Foster Carers.
Mature foster carers are often more confident and are able to make a positive, grounding influence for children whose lives have been marked by trauma and uncertainty.
At CASPA we support our Foster Carers with: ...• A Tax-free Carer allowance.
• Skills training
• Clinical Support
• After Hours support
• Respite care
• A committed case worker
• Education support worker and more.
If you would like more information about how you can make a positive influence in the lives of children, contact us today.
Cultural Support Worker - Mid North Coast
This is a great opportunity for an individual with strong cultural expertise to provide high-quality support plan strategy to Aboriginal and Torres ...Strait Islander children, young people and families within CASPA, based in Coffs Harbour on a part-time basis, with the opportunity for the role to grow.
We had a beautiful day yesterday at Water is Life - The Junbung Walkway on the river bank in Casino, NSW.
Unfortunately the Official opening had been postponed but it was lovely to see people already using this beautiful space that has been created by students from local high schools.
Water... is Life was a joint project between CASPA Family Support Casino & Casino Sport and Recreation Association Incorporated with funding from Healthy North Coast.
Our staff have once again created this awesome NAIDOC activity book.
Full of history, information and deadly ways to celebrate NAIDOC - Find-A-Words, dreamtime stories, recipes and colouring-in pages, there's something for all ages!
Improving the lives of at-risk children and families is at the centre of everything we do.
CASPA Services Ltd. acknowledges the First Nations people upon whose stolen lands we operate. We recognise that this land was never terra nullius – the land belonging to these people was never ceded, given up, bought or sold. We recognise their continuing connection to their land, language, waters, sky and culture. We must consult with the Community and centre Indigenous values and experiences in all that we do. We pay our respects to Aboriginal Elders, past present and emerging.
CASPA is committed to safe and inclusive places, policies and services for people of LGBTIQ communities and their families.