Although lockdown may have cut our annual art exhibition short, you can still enjoy the artwork in ‘Moving Life’ by looking at our art catalogue here. This year our artists come from all around Alkira – Thurston, the Springfield Community Hub and Momentum. Over the last 2 years, these artists have worked in different environments..
We recognise and celebrate participants, employees and volunteers for their contributions, achievements and commitment to Alkira. This year’s awards announced at our Annual General Meeting on the 20th October 2020 were: 50 years of Service* Ruth Walker Alkira participant Ruth joined Alkira in 1970 when she was just 4 years old. Ruth has never..
Have you heard of the Participant Committee? They assist Alkira in a lot of ways, and ensure we are providing the best service for participants. The members are advocates for people with intellectual disabilities and go to VALID meetings and conferences like the Having a Say Conference. They are elected every year after being voted..
It’s that time of year again, we are holding our Annual General Meeting (AGM) The past year has been one of change, development and growth at Alkira with many participants now transitioned to the NDIS. We look back on all the challenges and successes that have led us to where we are now,..
Come and join the Alkira artists to celebrate their achievements in Life. The Alkira artists are a group of artists who creatively express themselves through their art to their community. The Alkira artists have worked for a year to create this exhibition. Featuring the works of Alistair Henderson Baker, Steven Ramus, Robyn Wallis, Mark Smith,..
ALKIRA CENTRE – BOX HILL INC. Notice is hereby given that the 64th Annual General Meeting of Alkira Centre – Box Hill Inc. will be held at Alkira’s Thurston Street site, 3 Thurston Street, Box Hill on Wednesday September 26th 2018 commencing at 7:30pm. BUSINESS: (a) To confirm the minutes of the previous Annual General..
Participants love coming to stay with us at Alkira Respite. The Respite Services provide short-term accommodation to adults with intellectual disabilities at two different locations. The house in Mont Albert has a capacity of four people and the one in Forest Hill can accommodate two people. Both houses have a warm, friendly and inclusive atmosphere…
The NDIS can be daunting for participants, families and carers. However, the scheme was implemented to enhance the lives of people with a disability and give greater choice and control – which is exactly what it’s done for Maria and her family. “I didn’t know what to expect when Maria transitioned to into NDIS” said..