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S.H.A.R.E the care program!

S.H.A.R.E the care program!

Is a support program for carers of frail elderly people and people living with dementia. Carers are people who look after someone who is frail aged, living with dementia, or has a disability, a mental illness, a chronic illness, an intellectual disability, or a physical disability. They can be a family member, friend or neighbour. Caring can be challenging and without appropriate support, carers can be at an increased risk of poor psychological and physical health and wellbeing.

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The Next Generation in Centacare's Child Care Services

The Next Generation in Centacare's Child Care Services

Centacare has been around for many years and some might ask what does the future look like? If you happen to go to the St Agnes' Outside School Hours Care (OSHC) Mount Gravatt you will see it.

At St Agnes' OSHC you'll see three of the staff members who as children attended the centre over 11 years ago. These staff members are now Educators at the service implementing a fun filled program for the children who attend 'Before and After School Care and Vacation Care'.  

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We open our doors to everyone .....

We open our doors to everyone .....

If you happen to drive along Annerley Road, Woolloongabba you might have noticed a street called Abingdon Street. A few metres up the hill away from the busy main road you'll notice a building called Justice Place. Inside this building tucked away in a small office you will find Ravina Waldren, the Coordinator of Centacare's Aboriginal Catholic 'Murri' Ministry. With 'Murri' being the Aboriginal meaning 'people of Queensland'. The service provides funerals, baptisms, weddings, sacraments, chaplaincy support to prisoners, community pastoral support and school educational programs.  

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Centacare's new kindys help make early learning more accessible

Centacare's new kindys help make early learning more accessible

In a first-of-its-kind collaboration for Centacare Brisbane, the organisation has partnered with the Queensland Catholic Education Commission (QCEC) to manage seven new Government-funded kindergartens across South East Queensland.

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