Hollie's wholehearted approach to work
Hollie began her career with Minda after leaving High School, and like many of us, wasn’t initially sure what she wanted to do.
A positive pathway forward
Operating out of the Elizabeth Football Club, Minda in the North (MITN) provides a fun and engaging outcomes-focused program for young people with disability living in Gawler and the wider northern suburbs.
Minda's GP clinic is taking appointments
Minda has partnered with 24/7MedCare to provide quality care to Minda clients living at Brighton and in the community through a dedicated GP service.
From stage fright to slime fun
Taking up acting classes to help with public speaking skills is set to land Nicola Parkman on stage and in a bit of a sticky situation during the 2021 Fringe Festival.
Jade has that winning combination at INC Cafe
A familiar face at Minda Brighton, most know Jade Puletama’s welcoming demeanour from picking up a coffee or meal, at INC Café.
Guinea pig pups an unexpected surprise
Eight baby guinea pigs born this month in the MyPath Pets, Animals and Creatures program have brought much excitement to everyone in the Lifestyle Precinct.
Roger's exemplary empathy
For 10 years now Roger Crisp has been a pivotal part of Minda, and it was a change in occupations that led Roger to Minda in the first place.
Meeting a growing need for services in the north
With the number of people with an NDIS plan in the Salisbury/Playford area set to grow from 10,000 to 14,000 in the next few years, Minda’s northern team is keen to step up and meet demand.