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Celebrating 10 Years with Renaissance

December 7th, 2015


Julie  is one of our highly valued Supported Living Facilitators (SLF) at Renaissance Group.  Being with us since 2005, Julie is our very first employee to make it to the 10 year mark and continues to stride forward with unrelenting passion and commitment. Julie admires the services that Renaissance Group has to offer, to support people with disabilities on their quest to become independent to the best of their abilities.  She says “I like Renaissance Group’s philosophy – the clients have the choice.  Renaissance Group supports people to make their own decisions, motivate and prompt them to make decisions and […]

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Communities – Sue Gould

June 3rd, 2015


The oxford dictionary describes Community as a “particular area or place, considered together with it’s inhabitants”. www.oxforddictionaries.com I want to start by asking you a question: “What lasting influence does your organisation have on your clients and your local community?” I grew up in rural New Zealand within a large community of like minded people. Predominantly rural and dairy focused, I have memories of large families always being around to help when the ‘big’ jobs needed doing. I specifically remember a time when my father was injured and neighbours rallied to milk our cows on a rotation basis. The fridge was […]

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Fostering Innovation – Kirsty Buggins

April 6th, 2014


There is much talk about innovation in the social care sector today.  Who is practicing it, the need for it, the models for it, how to get it? But what is innovation and how do you foster it in your organisation? Innovation is the creation of something that is new and has positive impact. It is something fresh, a different solution to a current problem. At the very least, it must be better than what is already in place. It can even offer an idea so new that we didn’t know we had the problem until the solution was offered. […]

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