NEW HOMES IN RIVERSTONE FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITY
Written on the 5 August 2016 by Kevin Conolly
Member for Riverstone Kevin Conolly and Minister for Disability Services John Ajaka today officially opened five new modified group homes in the Hawkesbury area.
The new group homes have been built in Riverstone, Schofields and Windsor, and will be operated by leading disability service providers, McCall Gardens.
"Anyone who says government can do it on its own is just plain wrong. It takes partnership to deliver the best outcomes for people with disability," Mr Ajaka said.
"The NSW Government was proud to partner with McCall Gardens to provide these quality homes and deliver such a wonderful outcome."
"I am sure all of the residents will be so happy living in these amazing new homes and being so close to the Riverstone community," Mr Conolly said.
"I would also like to thank McCall Gardens for its ongoing dedication and support to people with disability and their families."
The homes are part of the NSW Government's Non-Government Organisation (NGO) Large Residential Centre (LRC) Redevelopment Program. The NSW Government has committed $87 million to completing the Program by June 2018.
McCall Gardens is one of 14 organisations participating in the NSW Government's NGO LRC Redevelopment Program.
Author: Kevin Conolly
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