Technology for Ageing and Disability (TADSA) is the story of an organisation that grew out of the hearts and hands of skilled volunteers since 1978; and in typical Australian fashion work started being done with the proverbial tin can and a bit of barbed wire, out of their back yard sheds.
These dedicated and committed people came from very diverse backgrounds – the public service, medicine, management, academia, the military, business, skilled trades and engineering, and they all share a common thread, a passion for giving practical help that makes a difference.
The Management and Board of TADSA wish to thank all of our creative and dedicated volunteers who do so much to improve the quality of life for people with disabilities, the aged and their carers and families. TADSA volunteers, we applaud you for not only making a world of difference but also a difference in the world.
We are always on the lookout for new technical volunteers with skills in metalwork, woodwork, plastics, electronics, fabrics, bicycle mechanics, engineering (mechanical and electrical) and computers. Non-technical volunteers are also highly valued. If you have marketing, fundraising, photography, office administration or new technologies skills and experience we would love to hear from you. Call either Ralph or Tracey 8261 2922 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.