It is with sadness that we say goodbye to a very valuable member of the Accuro family. Sandra has decided, after many years of dedicated work with Accuro that its time to retire.
Sandra started with Accuro in 2008 when it was in its infancy and has grown with the company to help make it what it is today. Her plan was to work with Accuro until retirement and that's exactly what she did.
Management would like to thank Sandra for everything she has done for Accuro and her many clients over the last 12 years. Sandra will be missed not only by her clients but the whole Accuro team.
Goodbye Sandra and best wishes to you in your retirement years!
A close family member affected by a disability helped Sheridan make the decision to work in the home care industry. She completed her Certificate IV in Disability in 2017 and left her job as a courier to work here with us at Accuro.
Joanne was a store manager for a retail shop but always wanted to work with people in need. She chose to wait till her boys were older before taking the plunge. She completed a Certificate III in Individual Support in 2017 and joined Accuro shortly after.
Much fun was has by many at the recent Accuro Homecare Annual Staff Celebration. It gave the office staff a chance to catch up with those that they had not seen in about the last hour, but it was also a chance for everyone to relax and enjoy plenty of good food, a few drinks, a great band and reflect on the year that was.
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International Day of People with a Disability is a UN sanctioned day on the 3rd of December which aims to promote understanding, acceptance and public awareness of people with a disability. It is also a time to celebrate the their achievements and contributions to society.