A Christmas Message from Diversionary Services
We planned our 2020 end-of-year get-together to accommodate all Diversionary clients, their families, domestic violence clients, our staff and their families, and community members. About twenty adults and fifteen children turned up for our event on Tuesday, 15 December.
The purpose of this event is to acknowledge clients’ achievements and contributions in 2020.
One of the outcomes achieved in 2020 is the strong collaborative partnerships between clients and visiting agencies which are essential to fostering effective healing outcomes. Staff and clients have shown great resilience and survival in the face of COVID–19 restrictions.
We want to thank the CEO and Managers for their leadership and support, and members of the Diversionary team for their hard work. Without their dedication, I doubt we would have come as far on the journey of 2020.
I truly believe as a team player, we represent Diversionary in both deed and spirit.
I would like to reinforce and continue to encourage our team to work together. We’re optimistic about 2021 and look forward to the opportunities that will present themselves, while we understand that there are still challenges ahead.
On behalf of the Diversionary Team, we would like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and the happiest of new years.
The Diversionary Service Team
Below are some photos from the Diversionary Service Christmas Party on Tuesday, 15th December, including clients and staff members preparing the kup murri dinner, cooked for four hours.
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