Known as one of South Australia’s oldest and most respected disability service providers, Minda’s vision for people with disabilities is to live enriched lives. From disability support to housing options, aged care and much more, Minda offers support to over 1500 South Australians. Now in it's 119th year, service quality and continuous improvement remains a focus of this values-based organization. www.mindainc.com.au
Eden Social Welfare Foundation service include vocational training for physically and mentally disabled individuals of adult age, job counseling, emotional therapy, as well as early intervention services for children with delayed development and residential care for seniors. The Foundation steadfastly believes in “providing holistic care throughout life”, providing the physically and mentally disabled with complete services that encompasses body, mind and soul.
Workability International is proud to share the winning photo of the 2016 Photo Contest:
The photo titled "Learning of Know How" was taken by Syed Mozammel and submitted by the Bangladesh Protibondhi Foundation.
Bangladesh Protibondhi Foundation (BPF) is a non-profit, non-government, philanthropic organization started working with a handful of trained multidisciplinary team in May 1984. The strength of the organization has been in the development of evidence-based strategies for the prevention, early identification and optimum development of CWD’s, including those at-risk. BPF is providing services to the hard-core poor children with and without disabilities including those at-risk and their families, to optimize development, ensure educational and social participation, economic empowerment, within a safe and protective environment.
To read more about the BPF, visit http://www.bpfbd.com/
Congratulations to the winners of the 2015 Workability International Photo Competition!
1st place: SINAM, India
Judges comments: The winning smile of the young man pictured told a story all on its own. The simplicity of the shot, and the goat made this photo a clear favourite.
2nd place: Southland disAbility Enterprises, New Zealand
Judges comments: This image shows two people working together to accomplish a task, they look like they love their roles and working together and the colours in the image work well together.
3rd place: NRCD, Nepal
Judges comments: This photo captures people in a partnership, working together and helping each other and the community. The black and white image also adds to the depth of the photo.