Cerebral Palsy Australia celebrates 30 years of support for National Disability Services
01, December 2012
Cerebral Palsy Australia has been presented with a National Disability Services (NDS) Membership Recognition Award.
The Award recognises its status as a member organisation of NDS for the past 30 years.
The NDS Membership Recognition Awards are a new category of membership awards, acknowledging the long-standing support and contributions of organisational members that have reached the significant milestones of 50, 40, 30 and 20 years.
On Monday 3 December, NDS Chief Executive, Dr Ken Baker presented Cerebral Palsy Australia President, Glenn Rappensberg with a Membership Recognition Plaque to commemorate the 30-year connection NDS has had with Cerebral Palsy Australia.
Several Cerebral Palsy Australia member organisations were also recognised:
- Cootharinga North Queensland – 50 years
- Northcott Disability Services – 50 years
- Novita Children’s Services – 50 years
- Yooralla – 50 years
- scope Victoria – 30 years
- scosa – 30 years
Cerebral Palsy Australia is proud that its enduring partnership with NDS has contributed to the growing strength and influence of the disability sector in Australia, and with NDS and its other member organisations, shares a commitment to providing quality services and life opportunities for people with disability.
For more information about NDS, visit www.nds.org.au