- Parent Category: Escare History
Brioni McGrath has moved on unexpectedly to a remote community to work with her partner as youth and community worker.
Escare is lucky enough tot have contracted Phillip Evans, who is working with the Disability Services Commission, to work with the Escare Youth Service for a short term project relating to young people at risk, disability inclusion and sport and recreation services in Esperance.
Semara Murphy became the New Youth Worker trainee in May 2012. Semara completed her traineeship in December 2013.
Shelley Napijalo left Escare in August 2013 and is working at Bay of Isles Community Outreach. Escare was fortunate in employing Megs Sims as the new Family & Communtiy worker. Around this time Escare Family & Communtiy service was commencing its new Funded service agreement with the Department of Local Governement and Community Development.