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Farewell to a favourite Interchanger

4 April 2016 in Interchangers' stories, Stories

It was with heavy hearts that we farewelled our HR and Training Manager, Carole Baker, last Friday.  She has decided to leave Interchange and take some well deserved time off work.

Carole has been with Interchange since 2005 and excelled in several customer service and management roles in that time, including Community Facilitator, Service Centre Coordinator and most recently, HR and Training Manager.

Carole was a driving force in shaping Interchange into the thriving and well respected organisation we are today and has recruited and trained some of the best and most committed staff in WA.

She has always been a great advocate for people with disability in Western Australia and has helped so many of our customers achieve their goals, while also supporting the careers of literally hundreds of staff. Her professionalism has always come with a personal touch, and her sense of fairness and social justice has inspired us all.

We wish you all the best in your next venture, Carole!

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13 March 2016

Interchange Positive Behaviour expert and Operations Manager, Chris Stuhmcke, was invited to present at the recent Positive Behaviour Framework update, hosted by the Disability Services Commission (DSC) on Thursday 10 March. Chris was invited to speak along with other experts including Joanna Davis from GISFA and Bruce Langoulant, Chair of the DSC Board. Chris presented a… Read more »

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CBC All Abilities Football Team member and Interchange customer Dylan Doyere is shaping up for a great season ahead, with a game last Saturday that saw his CBC Green team win by 33 points against rival team CBC Gold. Dylan put in a solid performance as CBC Green Captain on the day and, as well as earning bragging rights… Read more »

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