• Exciting new development!

    News / 07 July

    Presenting Can:Do South, a state-of-the-art facility and service model located in the Colonnades, Noarlunga shopping precinct. We look forward to sharing more information about how you can access services at the new location soon. Our vision is a place where shared goals bring about real improvements in people’s real lives. Where the focus is on…

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  • Drakes Community Dollars

    News, News and Events / 21 April

    Do you have a Drakes Community Dollars card? For every $2 you spend at Drakes Supermarket 1c is credited to Can:Do 4Kids. This adds up fast if you all get on board and scan your card every time you shop. Or contact our Fundraising Team at fundraising@candogroup.com.au to receive your Community Dollars card in the…

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  • Alice and Elijah

    News, News and Events / 14 April

    Meet Alice and Elijah. Alice has severe hearing loss and Elijah is vision impaired, but what they both have in common is that they are critical points of their speech and language journeys. Alice, Elijah and 400 other children are at this critical point, their development cannot be put on hold. Four year old Alice…

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  • Can:Do Group Coronavirus (COVID-19) communication

    News, News and Events / 13 March

    *Transcript* As you would be aware, there are currently concerns worldwide regarding the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).  At Can:Do we are taking this seriously and ensuring that practices are in place to limit the spread and impact, especially should it become more common in South Australia. We are currently putting the following measures in place;…

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  • Zara’s Story

    Uncategorized, News, News and Events / 02 December

    Two-year-old Zara is a happy, gregarious and engaging little girl who just loves people. But unlike most of us, she can’t rely on her vision to aid her interactions. Zara was born with optic nerve hypoplasia (under-developed optic nerves), nystagmus and astigmatism in both eyes, all of which means she has only very limited sight….

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