Mum took immense pride in her intellectual capabilities, so in 2010 when she was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s it was a cruel blow to both her and the family. The support from EACH has made a huge difference to Dad. He has gone from being a husband to a carer who now cooks, cleans, does the laundry, pays the bills, and assists Mum with other personal needs. This is overwhelming for Dad but the thought of doing it without the support from EACH is unbearable.
EACH has really helped me with my life struggle and they also do some fun things. So if you have any problems, EACH will help you out. Don’t be shy. Ask for help.
Getting a life when you have a disability is probably one of the hardest things to do. I spend many days dreaming of tomorrow and my future with little relief or change. Yesterday I had the fulfilment of a dream which had been repeated many times. Thank you EACH for supporting me and making my dream a reality.
My name is Gail Forbes. I had an injury to my arm that resulted in me seeking out EACH. They helped me find my job, which I absolutely love!
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EACH offers its employees generous salary packaging opportunities, career development, work lifestyle balance and the chance to work in an organisation that is making a difference in peoples’ lives.


Volunteers are a valuable and vital part of EACH Social and Community Health. Our volunteers provide support for our staff, but they also assist with running activities and programs and in doing so develop a range of skills.


Take a glance at stories from some of our programs and what you can expect from our services and teams.

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