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Two Uniting employees with vastly different backgrounds meet for the first time.

Uniting showing love is power at the Mardi Gras

Because we do what we say and say what we do, Uniting is a regular participant in the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras. This year, Julie McCrossin joined with some of our staff and members of the Uniting community to show the world that love is a superpower.



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About Uniting

At Uniting, we act to have an impact. We are the carers, thinkers, doers, darers who strive to make a difference, in everyday trials and triumphs. For everyone, just as they are.
We are 8,000 people driven to be there for others. Together, we can do even more. We can draw upon the voice deep within us and raise a collective cry that cannot be ignored.
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  • The Uniting Nunyara Peakhurst intergenerational playgroup has been going strong since its start in March this year. On Monday 30th October, residents, babies and toddlers got together to celebrate Grandparents Day and enjoyed a morning of singing, playing and delicious treats. Read more in our blog via the link in our bio #agedcare  #intergenerationalplaygroup #weareuniting
  • “One time a family member was sitting by her mother’s bedside. She was sad that her mother hadn’t woken all day to see her. I started singing Louis Armstrong’s song ‘Hello Dolly’, which I knew the resident loved, and sure enough she gained consciousness and started singing. We then moved on to ‘We’ll Meet Again.’ It was truly magical.” Rita Fahy retrained as a palliative carer 6 years ago in order to put her heart into her passion. Read more via the link on our bio. #agedcare #palliativecare #weareuniting
  • " My first job in Australia was as a social advocate for interaction, and from there I moved to Uniting, working to support people with disability. It’s wonderful to be able to use my skills and make an impact on the lives of the people I see. In one instance a lady called Rachel was refusing the help of other providers because she felt that they weren’t listening to her. Rachel’s son Hughie has autism and is non-verbal. By paying special attention to her, and working with her rather than simply telling her what I thought she should do, we managed to move forward and to find appropriate support for the whole family. In fact, she even rang up the NDIA to insist on support coordination from Uniting because she couldn’t cope without us. And she got it. To have a client fight for you is amazing." Katazyna Krawczyk, support consultant. #disability #disabilityservices #weareuniting
  • "Freya has been a blessing to our family and I could not have hoped for a better child to join us in this life." This Down Syndrome Awareness Month, Helen Akubue from our Disability team raises awareness of the condition and talks about her daughter Freya in our blog. Read via the link in our bio #disability #downsydrome #downsyndromeawareness #downsyndromeawarenessmonth
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