WHO WE ARE
The Paul Hunter Centre Incorporated is an organisation run independently by a charitable trust formed in 1994. Our clients, aged 16 years upwards, represent a wide range of disabilities, including physical, psychiatric, intellectual, age-related and multiple forms of disabilities.

The Paul Hunter Centre Executive Committee:
Jude Henry - Chairperson  
Alison Hiscox - Secretary Katrina Jamieson
Brigit Gibbs Ian Coleman
Susanna Clarke Alistair McMillan
Janette Birdsall Kevin Ellmers - Client representative

Our Values:

  • Providing a safe and supportive environment for clients
  • An open door policy for all people with a disability
  • Acknowledging and respecting individual needs and cultural differences
  • Fostering enthusiasm for pursuing personal goals
  • Supporting the importance of empowering people with disabilities
  • Activities and programmes are developed in consultation with clients and, if desired, their families
  • Offering activities and programmes that are stimulating and attractive
  • Responsibility as an employer by implementing sound personnel policies, staff training to enhance staff ability and vocational opportunities for clients

We support people with disabilities to:

  • access and take part in the community
  • develop skills to participate in the community
  • gain and/or retain employment
  • acquire skills needed to obtain employment

We achieve this through programmes focussing on:

  • Art & Craft
  • Social & Recreational
  • Daily Living Skills
  • Vocational Training
  • Work Activities
  • Community Involvement

 
  
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To support
the inclusion of
people with disabilities
in valued opportunities that will create
new pathways.

 

 

 
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