The Charter of Rights
The Charter of Rights for Children and Young People in Care states simply and clearly the rights of children and young people who are under the guardianship or in the custody of the Minister for Education and Child Development.
The South Australian Parliament has legislated that any person involved with children in care in a formal capacity, such as a social worker or a carer, must consider and ‘seek to implement to the fullest extent possible, the terms of the Charter’ (Children’s Protection Act 1993, 52EF). The Charter is promoted and monitored by the Office of the Guardian for Children and Young People.
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Our StoryWe commenced from humble beginnings with a mission to help people in need.
Now our 243 staff and 176 volunteers love to make a difference.
From our 20 sites across country South Australia we’re ‘Caring for Country People’.
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UnitingCare Wesley Country SAAn agency of the Uniting Church of Australia, UCWCSA provides community services throughout country South Australia.
Our vision is compassionate, respectful and just communities where all people flourish.
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Our 2014/2015 Annual Report is available here.
Annual Reports from earlier years are available HERE.
Click HERE to view the UnitingCare Wesley Country SA Inc. and the Wesley Country Housing audited financial reports.
CareersA career with UCWCSA offers an excellent opportunity for anyone wanting to make a difference.
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We have offices throughout the Mid North, Eyre and Yorke Peninsula and the far north.
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Child Aware Approach
Our staff are trained in our Child Aware Approach. This helps us focus on the needs of children in every aspect of our work. CAA aims to encourage all children to not just be safe at all times, but also to have the opportunity to flourish and thrive.
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