Jindra Vitisnik (right) joined by Possability Support Professional Christine, after being presented with flowers to celebrating Jindra’s art exhibition earlier in the year.
Chairman, Brian Scullin reflected on how far the organisation has come in 12 months, including expanding to Victoria.
“This year marks a turning point in the history of Oak Possability as we extended our horizons outside Tasmania for the first time. We started delivering services in Victoria for the first time in April this year. Just months later were announced as one of five not for profits to be part of the Victorian Government’s disability services transfer. Our move interstate is a great opportunity to share our knowledge, learn from others and be a ‘catalyst for change’ for more people”, he said.
The client presentation came from Peter Cox, the Possability Southern Tasmania Consumer Representative, who provided his report with an informative video and Q&A.
CEO Drew Beswick, celebrated achievements of the organisation from the past year before highlighting our vast client achievements, including that of Jindra Vitisnek, who held her first solo art exhibition of her work at the Moonah Art’s Centre earlier in the year. A video of Jindra’s story was screened.
The event closed out with an image slideshow and a preview of our Oakdale Enterprises Community Service Announcement.
A social event, guests socialised over tea, coffee and refreshments in the foyer after the formal meeting was complete.
View the photos from the event on our Facebook page.
For more information download the 2018 Oak Possability Annual Report.