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  • Project Gallery: Yeddung Mura 4 | SCENE

    Yeddung Mura before & after slider - Elders and Womens Room image only - Elders and Womens Room before & after slider - Parents and Childrens Room image only - Parents and Childrens Room image only - Parents and Childrens Room Mural image only - Volunteers image only - Volunteers image only - Volunteers ​ return to Project Gallery ​ ​ ​ image only - Volunteers

  • Programs | SCENE

    ​ ​ Decorated used furniture & décor inspired by Indigenous Australian design. ​ ​ ​ Personalised spaces for people undertaking medium to long-term residential therapy. ​ ​ ​ ​ Program for public housing tenants. ​ ​ ​ ​ Through care program - details coming soon. ​ ​ ​


    ​ ​ Flexible, inclusive learning. Community projects are the perfect environment to learn skills for people who have barriers to main-stream education. ​ Barriers may include personal circumstances or family obligations. Mental, emotional or medical issues. Language and culture obstacles. ​ SCI STEP offers self-paced, personalised learning. ​ ​ There's a broad range of skills like painting and assembling furniture, or creative endeavours such as décor and artwork. Digital based activities like 3D modelling, project planning and administration. Plus simple repetitive tasks often suiting those with emotional issues or special needs. Participants also having the option of suggestion relevant skills and activities. When a skill-sets are at a proficient level SCENE aims to embark on a social enterprise 'Service by SCENE'. A soft, safe transition into employment. ​ learn more...