There’s very few pieces of literature, cinema or music that maintain popularity throughout decades and possess the power to bring generations together. Star Wars most definitely falls into this category
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About Natalie I graduated with a bachelor of psychology at Western Sydney University. Right now I’m a provisional psychologist working with Challenge four days per week at Rosehill and one
Imagine being 10 years old and waking in an unfamiliar motel room. It’s not safe for you to live with your parents right now – you don’t know when you’ll
Artwork by Harrison Riley – Behaviour Support Practitioner at Challenge Community Services Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is sometimes referred to as the “invisible disability”. FASD is an umbrella term
Thinking about supported employment for yourself, or someone you know? We spoke to three employees to see what their experience at Challenge has been like so far. Meet Steve, Sharni
As we are heading into the final days of the school holidays, you might have run out of things to do with the kids while in lockdown, or under restrictions.