Clare Amies holds a handcrafted plaque made and presented by wood worker and Acquired Brain Injury prevention advocate, Alfred Archer, at Oakdale Lodge

News category: Corporate

Li-Ve Tasmania and genU formally unite

Disability support provider Li-Ve Tasmania has formally united with genU, creating new opportunities for Tasmanians with disability.

genU to welcome Li-Ve Tasmania leaders to the team

Li-Ve Tasmania CEO, Darren Mathewson and Supported Independent Living Manager, Sonya Fisher will join genU to provide stability for Tasmanian clients.

genU’s reconciliation journey continues with Innovate RAP

genU’s reconciliation journey began when we launched our Reflect RAP in 2020. Now, we’re embarking on the next stage of our journey with Innovate RAP.

genU volunteers recognised in lead up to National Volunteer Week

On 11 May 2023 genU hosted High Tea to recognise the genU volunteers receiving Volunteer Service Awards.

genU celebrates the 20th Workplace Big Day Out

genU celebrated 20 years of the Workplace Big Day Out inclusion event for people with disability with a day filled with positive experience

New opportunities for Tasmanians living with disability

Tasmanian disability support provider Li-Ve Tasmania is set to unite with genU. The merger, effective 1 July 2023, will bring new opportunities for Tasmanians living with disability.

Hearing dog Honey provides life-changing support to Danielle

Finding a workplace where the talents of people with disability are recognised has been life-changing for genU employee Danielle and hearing dog Honey

genU celebrates International Women’s Day

This International Women’s Day, genU is reflecting on and celebrating the achievements of women connected to genU and across Australia.

genU endorsed as a Disability Confident Recruiter

genU has demonstrated its commitment to accessible, inclusive and equitable recruitment by becoming a Disability Confident Recruiter.

genU suspects fraudulent activity

genU has advised Victoria Police of suspected fraud targeting genU’s finances, however this does not in any way involve or compromise our services or service delivery, NDIS payments, or personal information.