Mul­t­i­cap helps those with a dis­abil­ity achieve their goals

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MUL­T­I­CAP is an or­gan­i­sa­tion that be­lieves every per­son de­serves to live life to the ab­so­lute fullest, says Tweed Heads re­gional man­ager He­len Carter.

“With more than 55 years of ex­pe­ri­ence work­ing with in­di­vid­u­als and fam­i­lies with high dis­abil­ity needs, Mul­t­i­cap has ma­tured into an or­gan­i­sa­tion with a broad ser­vice of­fer­ing,” she said.

“Our team is ded­i­cated to be­ing there for our cus­tomers in all ways and cham­pi­oning every per­son to live their most ful­fill­ing life.

“Mul­t­i­cap does this through a wide range of ser­vices such as short term ac­com­mo­da­tion and com­mu­nity hubs.”

Ms Carter said Mul­t­i­cap’s ap­proach was about holis­tic well­be­ing, and the or­gan­i­sa­tion un­der­stood that the jour­ney didn’t stop with pro­vi­sion of care.

“Many things con­trib­ute to a ful­filled life, in­clud­ing ac­quir­ing in­de­pen­dence, de­vel­op­ing new skills, re­ceiv­ing so­cial sat­is­fac­tion and ex­plor­ing new hori­zons,” she said.

“As part of Mul­t­i­cap’s vi­sion to hon­our every per­son’s em­ploy­ment goals, we’ve in­tro­duced four busi­nesses that act as path­ways to new skills and ca­reer out­comes.

“One of our busi­nesses, Monte Lupo Arts, en­ables our as­sisted em­ploy­ees to ex­press them­selves through cre­ative medi­ums in­clud­ing pot­tery, sculp­ture and screen print­ing.”

Ms Carter said the Tweed com­mu­nity was in­vited to ex­plore the beau­ti­ful art­work at the Mur­willum­bah Art Trail from May 18-27.

“Our so­cial ex­pe­ri­ence spe­cial­ists, Ave­g­ates, of­fer a range of di­verse and in­clu­sive so­cial ac­tiv­i­ties to help cus­tomers live their best pos­si­ble lives,” she said. “At the Tweed Heads Com­mu­nity Hub, Ave­g­ates is de­lighted to host their first disco in New South Wales on May 19.”

For more de­tails visit Shop 1, 47 Green­way Dr in Tweed Heads South or email cus­tomer­sup­port@mul­t­i­

Tel: 1300 135 886 mul­t­i­

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