Clarence support service given new look

THE looming introduction of the National Disability Insurance Scheme into the region provided a perfect backdrop for a name change and new logo for Clarence Valley Council Care and Support Services.

Service manager, Kerry Little, said the new name, Clarence Care and Support, was modern and showed the organisation as a provider of quality community services throughout northern NSW.

"Our logo was designed by a local graphic artist, Yohanna Dent, who has taken the colours of the Clarence Valley and paired them with the meaning of our name, care and support," she said.

"We've added a flower with a heart in the middle to really show what our service means to our staff and customers."

Clarence Care and Support is an independent and not-for-profit organisation servicing the aged and people living with a disability. It enables individuals and families to achieve a lifestyle of their choice.

"Every individual that connects with Clarence Care and Support is looking for the help they need to enrich their lives," Ms Little said.

"The services we provide help them live and choose their lifestyle and remain living in their community.

"We create care plans that suit each individual's and family's needs."

Ms Little said Clarence Care and Support had helped people in the Clarence Valley and throughout the northern NSW area since 1994 and she was proud the service was accredited for aged care service provision as well as a registered NDIS service provider.


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