Co.As.It. Community Services announces its 7th Annual International Women’s Day event “Harmony & Delights” set for Saturday, March 9th, with its #BalanceForBetter “Morning Tea” gathering. This elegant event, honouring the tireless work of women in the social support and aged care industry, will be held from 10.30am to 2.30pm at the Marquee Room at Victoria Park Golf Complex in Herston, and will include an informational segment with very special guest speaker Marcus Pearce, Thought Leader on Exceptional Living, Leadership & Longevity Expert and CEO at The Wellness Couch.
The event aims to offer guests an approachable gathering to spend with friends, and learn some tips on resilience and well-being, while enjoying sumptuous food in a stunning event space surrounded by lush gardens and crowned with chandeliers. The menu includes a selection of GF options and delicious scones, quiches and eclairs, amongst many other delicacies.
Co.As.It. has chosen the day after the International Women’s Day as its yearly celebration of the tireless work of women do in the aged care segment. “We want to acknowledge the contribution of our care workers, the majority of whom are women, and the difference they make in so many people’s lives” says Dina Ranieri the CEO of Co.As.It. Community Services.
For the guests in attendance there is a swag of raffle prizes including jewellery pieces valued over $2K, on offer. Proceeds from the event go toward the Co.As.It. Dementia and Carer Support Program, a fully self-funded service developed for those in dire need of support.
The cost is $65/person. Guests must be 18 years or older, and reserve a spot before March 5th. Given the expertise of the speakers, the event is perfect for anyone seeking inspiration on health and wellbeing, and also welcomes those wanting an informal way to meet new friends during the first part of the event entitled “The Mingling Hour” when Prosecco, Bellini cocktails will be served.
Along with contacting the Marketing Officer (email@example.com) for more details and to reserve a ticket to the event, Co.As.It. is providing online purchasing of tickets which can be accessed from the Co.As.It. website.
Brisbane, QLD. February 12, 2019 – Co.As.It. Community Services announces its Computer and Technology Classes for over 65’s set to roll out on the Gold Coast commencing Friday 22 February. These FREE weekly lessons cover learning how to Skype, how to use FaceBook and how to set up a Smartphone among many other tips, will be held at the South Coast Office at 34 Thomas Drive, Chevron Island. The classes run between 3.00pm and 4.30pm every Friday and bookings are essential due to limited availability.
“The classes are a great way to learn and they are very social” says Alex Favali the Co.As.It. Community Support Officer who delivers the weekly lessons. For further information and bookings, email firstname.lastname@example.org or by call 07 5617 9500, yet another great initiative by Co.As.It. Community Services.
About Co.As.It. Community Services, headquartered in Brisbane, is a peak body within the Aged Care and Community Services industry. It has won a number of industry awards for high quality service delivery and excellence in care.
Our industrious facilitator Emanuela Febo took our “social outings” group to Stanthorpe on the 14th December for a 2 day trip. Our clients had been up early that morning as they had been instructed to do and had placed their baggage on the bus by 6.30 am so that the bus could start the trip on time.
Along the way everyone was so happy thinking of picking their own cherries with memories of fruit picking being shared amongst the group. After a pit stop for morning tea they proceeded for the final destination – Stanthorpe!
About 11.30 they arrived at the International Club at Stanthorpe where they met up with Fortunato and Frank the two musicians that were playing traditional Italian music and also met some Italian migrants. Bottles of red and white wine were soon placed on the tables as well as some antipasto followed by a large buffet of food. Most clients’ appetite had increased dramatically through the pure and fresh air of the country side. Typical Italian sweets were then served with fresh brewed coffee while Father Christmas came to each table giving everyone a Christmas present.
Then it was time to dance! The band played crowd favourites such as the tarantella, cha-cha-cha and other traditional Italian dances. To finish the day everyone headed off to the local pizzeria at night.
Next morning after breakfast they were off to the cherry farm. What a surprise to see the fruit trees full of cherries followed by free cherry picking and eating at the same time at no charge.
This was followed by a visit to the winery for wine tasting. Soon it was midday and once again time to eat. This time at another restaurant – there were cannelloni, arancini hot ham and chicken, vegetables and salads. Finally came the sweets, gelato cassata and coffee.
Glasses were charged and good wishes were exchanged for a merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year.
With sunset approaching it was time to start the return to Brisbane . Their big smiles said it all! Yes they were two wonderful days in Stanthorpe.
Co.As.It. Community Services is Celebrating 40 Years of operation from 1978 – 2018. Join
us at our prestigious Gala Dinner to be held at the Brisbane Convention and Entertainment
Centre using the stunning Southbank Parklands as the backdrop. Here we acknowledge our
passion to care for the Italian and wider community in South East Queensland.
Reflecting on our extensive history …. 40 years is truly something to celebrate.