The Latest News from genU

Doug happily living at home with support at 100!

Doug, who has celebrated his milestone 100th birthday recently, still lives at home with support from Home Care Package provider, genU.

genU Training launches in Tasmania

genU Training is expanding into Tasmania and funded training is available. Eligibility criteria applies.

All Abilities Golf Day: A Hole in One of Fun!

Over 30 participants from genU Adventure enjoyed a swing of golf in the lead up to the Vic Open Golf Championship this week.

Dedicated to supporting seniors in the community – Linda’s story

Linda recently celebrated ten years of volunteering at genU, supporting seniors in the community as a DoCare outings hostess.

Jack cultivates his passion for plants in supported employment

Supported employee Jack is part of a creative project helping customers find the perfect plants at genU’s busy nursery in South Geelong.

A life dedicated to advocacy – Patrick’s story

Patrick Eadington's lived experience with cerebral palsy has motivated him to become a passionate advocate for others with disability. His work is centred around challenging stereotypes and promoting inclusion to enable them to lead a better life.

New Board Chair to lead genU into a bright future

Ingrid Williams has been appointed the new Chair of genU’s Board of Directors following Dr Michael Stanford’s resignation from the Board, with Jan O’Keefe stepping into the Deputy Chair role.

Free Disability Confidence Training to build community inclusion

To celebrate International Day of People with Disability on December 3, genU training are offering their Increasing Disability Confidence digital credential FREE to all Australians.

Our genuine impact highlighted in Annual Report

Infrastructure investment and strategic mergers have underpinned genU’s growing national impact in the past year despite a challenging operating environment.

St Laurence Park redevelopment focuses Lara investment

Lara’s St Laurence Park retirement village will more than double in size under major redevelopment plans by genU.