scosa joins the Charter of Rights family

The team at scosa celebrate after CE Nicole Graham signs the Charter endorsement certificate (inset photo) watched by Guardian Pam Simmons and General Manager Client Services Anita Bayford.

A recent round of endorsements has brought the total number of organisations that have endorsed the Charter of Rights for Children and Young People in Care to over 50 and the latest is scosa – Spastic Centres of South Australia.   The Office’s Charter Coordinator Yvette Roberts worked closely with scosa’s Anita Bayford for a relatively quick and painless endorsement process culminating in today’s signing.

For more general information visit the Charter of Rights page or there is more specific endorsement information on the How to endorse page.

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