On Monday our CEO, Lynne Harwood spoke to Dave at Ultra106Five about Mosaic’s mission to enrich and improve the lives of people with disabilities and their families.

Here at Mosaic we have a progressive, value-led team who are enthusiastic about making sure you are “living life my way“.

Have a listen to what Lynne has to say by clicking on this link:

If you would like to find out more about our services, come along to our Annual Expo at Bowen Road Primary School next week. It’s free! Find out all the details by clicking on this link: Mosaic on Facebook!

 

 

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Here at Mosaic Support Services we’re proud of what we can offer you and we’re excited to welcome you to our 2019 Annual Expo!

Mosaic’s mission is to enrich the lives of people with disabilities and their families – let us show you the many different ways we can do that.

This is a fantastic opportunity for you and your family to spend some time getting to know our wonderful support workers and learn all about our amazing support programs and respite options.

Mosaic offers so many unique programs all designed to help you live your life, your way. If you are interested in learning about gardening, acting or even being on the radio, we can help you do that.

There will be a selection of programs for you to sample each day of the Expo, all you need to do is come along to Bowen Road Primary School and join in the fun!

Activities will be happening from 10 – 2 daily. The Expo is open from 9am and our staff will be on site all day for you to ask questions and sign up to our services.

We look forward to seeing you there!

To see our timetable of programs for the Expo, visit our Facebook page:

https://facebook.com/mosaictas

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Check out Margie on the way to her hand physio on the Metro Tasmania kneeling bus.

A lot of logistics went into making this happen – but her smile makes it all worthwhile! Thanks Jim from Team Mosaic – you really are working to make Margie’s dreams happen.

If you don’t know what a kneeling bus is – it’s a low floor bus with a hydraulic or pneumatic ‘kneeling device’, which can be used when the bus is not in motion, tilting it or lowering it at the front axle even further, often down to normal curb height.

Thanks for the great service Metro Tasmania!!

#livinglifemyway#mosaicsupportservices

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It’s been a HUGE week at Mosaic Support Services celebrating International Day of People with DisAbilities.

Our Celebration BBQ was standing room only – which was great since it was a dreary, rainy day.

 

 

 

 

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Looking for Mosaic Community Care Inc. from Western Australia? Click here. Mosaic Support Services Tasmania is a separate organisation and is not affiliated or associated with Mosaic Community Care Inc. in Western Australia.