It was obvious from the very first time I saw her that she belonged on the stage. I first met Michelle at a drama workshop day that Interchange was running as a weekend activity. She was in hot pink from head to toe, and acted her way through a challenging and hilarious improvised skit with ease. I watched on as she brought the slightly more timid actors and actresses to life, always encouraging others to give it a go and be their best. It’s not often that you meet someone who is able to do that to a whole room full of people, just simply by being themselves.
Join us as Kate shares her story about her passion for gardening, flowers and the beauty of being out amongst Mother Nature in her tranquil glory. Her choice of career path comes as no surprise.
Like so many others, Vinnie’s family are marvelled at the progress he has made since joining Interchange Australia’s day options program.
Vinnie attends the full array of Interchange Australia’s Day Options programs and is loving every moment learning with such wonderful enthusiasm!
Mary-Anne is a lady with Cerebral Palsy who commenced with Interchange Australia early 2014.
Prior to becoming a client of Interchange Australia Mary-Anne worked at Welby Garden Centre four days per week, Mary-Anne rarely socialised outside of work aside from with her family and lived a very solitary life.
Since joining Interchange Australia, Kirsty has continued to make the most of life and it’s not just her purple tops that sparkle, she does as well!
Kirsty has had a strong interest in cooking from an early age when she used to help her mother Debbie cook in the kitchen at her home and work. Kirsty has enjoyed building her skills in the kitchen throughout our Day Options program Cheftastics where she has been enjoying learning about all aspects of cookery from menu planning, budgeting, shopping, and food preparation and cooking as well as serving and enjoying a delicious meal with her friends.