Gail Drury’s Goal- Raising Money for a Sensory Garden

Gail Drury came to Nardy House with an idea to raise money for the sensory gardens that will surround the new Nardy House specialised permanent accommodation for people with profound physical disabilities. Her 860 kilometre ride will transform the outside of the Nardy House building site into a place for residents to enjoy their home.This … Read more

Profound disabilities miss out again

The recurrent funding farce related to the specialized respite facility, Nardy House, continues. The respite facility designed to meet the respite needs of people with profound disabilities has sat idle, fully equipped and ready for use, since April 2005. The present Minister for the Department of Ageing, Disability and Homecare, Kristina Keneally, has said she … Read more

Carerfest Bateman’s Bay 11/03/08

Two members of the Nardy House Committee attended the Batemans Bay  Carerfest. It was a great way to meet with other service providers and carers. Most carers were aware of the activities of the group and everyone we spoke to was very supportive. There is Carer Expo planned by IDEAS for June this Year. We … Read more

Nardy House on the Front Page of the Bega District News

Press Release: Roof going on permanent accommodation Contact: Denise Redmond 64938228, 0408675259 The Nardy House Project has received a further boost to its building project. The group received a generous donation, the result of a behest from a deceased estate. Group Project Manager, Denise Redmond acknowledged the donation saying,“ We were treading a fine financial … Read more

The Can Do Campaign: Getting it Done!

Nardy House has received a large grant from the Ryder Cheshire Foundation to enable the group to complete construction of their permanent accommodation facility at Quaama. The permanent accommodation facility has always been the main aim of the Nardy House Committee and this grant will mean that the goal is nearing completion. Fit out of … Read more

Nardy House is on YouTube

We are really reaching out to the wider community through technology. Our promotional filmmaker, David Condon, has made it possible to get our message out there through web movies. Now we’re on YouTube! – We can email you a copy if you are interested in seeing people with profound disabilities taken out of the … Read more