One2One Grapevine – April 2021

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Staff Recognition

On the 7th of April, we recognised staff for their service and excellence at One2One.

Congratulations to Zoe Mitchell (featured below) on 5 years with One2One! We are grateful for your commitment and appreciate all you do for our valued consumers.

Congratulations to Amy Banken and Samantha Wilkerson for your Recognition of Excellence Awards. Amy and Samantha were commended for consistently working above and beyond, showing initiative and being a positive role model to those around them.

Birth Announcement!

Our lovely HR Assistant, Edi, has recently given birth to her first bundle of joy!

Born Sunday 28 February, weighing 3.28kgs (7 pounds 2 ounces), baby Luka is doing well and healthy just like her Mum.

Congratulations Edi and partner James! The team wishes you all the best.

Current Job Vacancies

Did you miss our latest job vacancies?  Check them out below!

We are currently seeking Support Workers to support our consumer who lives in Craigie.

“I am a young female 23 yr. old who is enjoying life living in my own home. I love a variety of activities including music, dancing, going to the Gym.  I can be fun loving and enjoy being active and keeping busy and I need someone who can help me live this in my everyday life…”

You can view the full advertisement here.

We are currently seeking Support Workers to support our consumer who lives in Seville Grove.

“I am a young man in my early 20’s looking for 2 support workers to join my team. I am family oriented and my family are very close to me. Some of my interests include listening to music, accessing my community by visiting places anyone in my peer group would enjoy as well as socialising…”

You can view the full advertisement here.

We are currently seeking Support Workers to support our consumer who lives in Marangaroo.

“I am a young man in my 30’s looking to engage a support worker in Marangaroo or surrounding suburbs. Some of my interests include music, art specifically street art, going to the gym doing weights training.  I am a very sociable and enjoy being out and about doing typically things people my age enjoys…”

You can view the full advertisement here.

From Sky to Sea

Here’s a film to save in your diary! Jaimen Hudson’s From Sky to Sea follows the life-story of renowned quadriplegic aerial cinematographer Jaimen Hudson and his quest to become the world’s first underwater cinemaphotographer with quadriplegia. In cinemas from 18 March.

Check out the trailer below or visit Flicks to find out when it’s playing near you.

Jaimen Hudson: From Sky to Sea Official Trailer from Youtube

Mundaring and Midland Junction Arts Centres: 2022 Exhibition

Be part of the vibrant eastern region arts scene by applying to showcase your work at Mundaring Arts Centre (MAC) and/or Midland Junction Arts Centre (MJAC) in 2022. Across both cultural hubs, they offer a variety of exhibition options to support your innovative ideas.

They are now inviting proposals for exhibitions at MAC and MJAC from emerging, mid-career and established creatives across all disciplines and visual art forms.

Download the exhibition application information here.

Download the exhibition application form here.

Visit their website to read more about their exhibitions.

Applications close midnight Sunday 31st May 2021.

Mundaring Arts Centre Logo: Black square with white swirl in centre next to black writing

Midland Junction Arts Centre Tactile Art Project

MJAC will present a showcase of tactile and multi-sensory artworks intended to be touched, seen, heard and smelled. The exhibition is curated by Oliver-Max Taylor and presented by DADAA.

The Tactile Art Project exhibition will open on Saturday 8th May 2021 and close on Saturday 17th July 2021.

Visit the exhibition page for more information.

MJAC Logo: Black and red writing

Showcasing Homesharing at One2One

Homeshare is an approach to providing live in support and companionship, in the most natural of settings, home. As all of us are unique, so is each Homesharing role.

A great example of Homeshare for One2One has been seen in Sheryl who lives with her support Serena. One2One has known Sheryl for over 4 years and the growth and change, the confidence and independence, the humour and joy seen over the years goes to show much of a difference Serena has made to Sheryl’s life and how well homesharing has worked as the right support for Sheryl.

“Meeting Serena has changed my life in a big positive way. She is a wonderfully caring person who not only helps me in my everyday life but is helping me reach my main goal of independence and to be able to live on my own in my own house one day” – Sheryl

You can find out firsthand how Homesharing works for Sheryl and Serena by watching their story in One2One’s recently published video.

The role of a homesharer suits individuals or couples with great life skills and experience. One2One pays successful homesharers a tax-free subsidy as a contribution towards the homesharer’s expenses and efforts in sharing a life with our consumer. The intent is to develop a long-term working relationship between the homesharer and One2One. If you are interested to learn more about our Homesharer role, check out our job description.

One2One’s latest video showcasing Homesharing from Youtube

Finding Love in All Things

Kelly Hine is the director of Body and Soul Retreats.

She has written a lovely article with a new spin on gratitude by finding love in everything you do.

Recipe: Pregnant Pasta by Jool’s Oliver

Jools Oliver’s pregnant pasta recipe from Jamie Oliver’s 30-Minute Meals combines fresh chillies, sausages, balsamic vinegar and a plethora of spices to create an indulgent feast with real depth of flavour and a sweetness cutting through the meat.

Recipe found here.


Access on Demand: Streaming TV Services

Curtin University invites you to participate in a survey about the use of Video on Demand sites by people with disabilities, or people who use accessibility features. This relatively new way of accessing television is a rapidly growing part of the media environment, and they hope to gather diverse perspectives on how accessible the different services offered are. 

They are currently seeking participants with disabilities, who live with people with disabilities, or who use accessibility features for other reasons, to complete a brief survey on their experience of video on demand television.

Complete the survey here.

Mundaring Arts Centre and Midland Junction Arts Centre Workshops

Organisers are excited to present a huge range of unique and hands-on courses for Term 2 at both Mundaring and Midland Junction Arts Centres. 

Satisfy your creative itch with our wide range of courses in printmaking, ceramics, textiles, painting, drawing and more. With workshops suitable for all skill levels and ages across weekends, weekdays and evenings, you’ll be sure to find the right class for you. 

Visit the MAC or MJAC to read more about the workshops they are offering.

Plus sink your teeth into a smorgasbord of workshops over the coming weeks before Term 2 begins as part of the Food for Thought project

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