On Monday, 1 May 2017 Senses Australia, a Western Australian not for profit disability service provider is launching its new brand.
Debbie Karasinski, Senses Australia’s Chief Executive Officer says with the changes happening in the disability sector, this is an exciting time for Senses Australia and the Western Australian community.
“Senses Australia has a rich history of providing disability services. We now have the opportunity to showcase to our community who we are and what we can provide to help meet the needs of our clients and their families. I believe our brand reflects exactly that,” says Debbie.
“A registered WA NDIS service provider, we are passionate about enabling people to live the life they choose. Our comprehensive range of disability services are personalised to each client and are designed to guide and support them to meet their needs and enrich their lives, while supporting their families and carers. We are your partner in disability services,” says Debbie.
Senses Australia supports people of all ages, living throughout Western Australia.
“We’ve been on quite a remarkable journey – we have experienced much growth in the Perth metropolitan area as well as the Wheatbelt and Lower South West regions and have positioned ourselves to ensure we continue to meet the needs of our community,” says Debbie.
“Our brand may have changed, but what hasn’t is our commitment to an equal partnership with our clients and their families. Our new brand reflects this passionate partnership – the ‘n’ in Senses and the ‘u’ in Australia depicts two people facing each other as equal partners in our journey,” says Debbie.
Senses Australia’s services include support to enable a person with disability to live as independently as possible in the community including in group and foster family situations and support to remain with their families. It also includes a full range of therapy and in home and out of home respite services. Services support individuals to live the life they choose while offering support for families, carers, teachers, health professionals and other disability service providers.
To find out more about Senses Australia and it’s services visit www.senses.org.au or call 1300 111 881 for new services or 08 9473 5400 for general enquiries.
Claire Rowe, Public Relations and Social Media Coordinator, Senses Australia
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