On Wednesday 16 November Access4u hosted an official launch of their new Mount Barker office.
Over 90 guests attended, including local dignitaries, council members, local community members and NDIS participants.
The event started with an incredible Welcome to Country from Uncle Moogy, and followed with speeches from Access4u CEO Cathy Miller and Mayor of Mount Barker, Ann Ferguson. A symbolic ribbon was cut by four NDIS participants and Access4u customers to highlight the official opening.
Access4u prides themselves on bringing an innovative perspective to the NDIS, and say expanding to the Adelaide Hills was always on the cards.
“Having a regional presence has always been important to us. Since our inception, we have been aware of the growing population – and, as a result, the growing demand - across Mount Barker and the Adelaide Hills,” Ms. Miller says.
“With several NDIS providers already in the area doing great work, we view ourselves as a complementary NDIS service – focusing on Support Coordination, Support Workers and Therapeutic Supports, including Positive Behaviour Support and Psychology.”
Since opening their office in Mount Barker, Access4u has already seen enormous growth, which is a reflection of how much their services are needed in the region.
Access4u also pride themselves on staying local and community-minded.
“All of our staff are local to Mount Barker. They’re passionate about the community and know the region well. And they’re committed to putting customers at the heart of everything they do.”
“I look forward to seeing our Mount Barker office grow more and more over the coming years.”
Access4u’s new office can be found at 68 Hutchinson Street, Mount Barker.