Archive for November, 2011

School year wraps up for students in Audley House

School year wraps up for students in Audley House

The end of the school year will be especially exciting for the nine students who live in Audley House, the Frontier Services Student Group Home in Atherton. When these students finish the school year, they will return to their family homes scattered across north Queensland, all of them in remote locations. Audley House is a …

Providing a healthy start for Indigenous school children

Providing a healthy start for Indigenous school children

Dishing up tasty and nutritious meals for school children in Alice Springs, Hermannsburg and Mutitjulu is giving students a healthy start in their education. Every day, Frontier Services prepares meals for nearly 250 children in seven schools across Alice Springs. Another 150 children attending Ntaria School in the Aboriginal community of Hermannsburg enjoy three meals …

Events

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What can we do for remote Australia? ‘Whatever it takes’

What can we do for remote Australia? ‘Whatever it takes’

Frontier Services National Director Rosemary Young will address the Australia’s Welfare 2011 Conference today calling for a rethink on how we provide services in remote Australia. On average, people living in remote Australia have lower levels of education, earn a lower income and have greater health risks than those living in major cities. They are more likely …

Your Centenary Events

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Centenary Events

View Other Events Frontier Services has held a number of events over the Centenary Year. See below for a summary of each of the events.  Follow the link on the right to see a list of other Centenary events which have been organised by the many people that support the work.  {loadposition ohanah-centenary-events} Locations of …

Aged and community care staff graduate from further training

Aged and community care staff graduate from further training

Fourteen aged and community care staff working with Frontier Services in the NT and WA graduate this week from various workplace training courses increasing their skills and knowledge on the job. Among the graduates are staff members who began their careers as a carer and have now progressed to a management level. “The continued training …

Outback volunteer coordinator selected for leadership program

Outback volunteer coordinator selected for leadership program

Frontier Services Outback Links Coordinator Davida Melksham is taking part in a challenging and highly-regarded leadership program alongside high achievers from across the state. Ms Melksham, from Charleville in south west Queensland, is one of 24 established and emerging leaders selected for the year-long program, Queensland Leadership. The program, an initiative of The Benevolent Society’s …