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What's new at CBS

Read up on the latest happenings at Community Based Support including stories about our community members, our team and any exciting developments we’ve got going on.

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Dec 03, 2021

CBS Buddy program

We’ve joined the Aged & Community Services Australia (ACSA) Buddy Program to help support our new starters as they embark on their careers at CBS. Starting a new job can be quite stressful and… Read Article
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Nov 24, 2021

New CBS social hub opens at Riverside

On Monday 15th November 2021, we officially launched our new Riverside social hub in Launceston. The Honourable Jo Palmer MLC joined our CEO Allyson Warrington, our clients and their families, CBS staff and other… Read Article
Nov 19, 2021

Board Director Casual Vacancy

Non-Executive Director About Community Based Support Community Based Support (CBS) is a not for profit, Tasmanian organisation that supports people who are frail, aged or have a disability to live the life they choose… Read Article
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Nov 19, 2021

Celebrating love: Pauline and Kevin Richmond 59th Wedding anniversary

Pauline and Kevin Richmond recently celebrated their 59th wedding anniversary with us at Glen Derwent Estate. No strangers to our social hub activities having attended for the last year, they decided Devonshire Tea would… Read Article
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Nov 15, 2021

Go for it: Jessica’s CBS journey

When asked about her favourite part of the job, Jessica says “Every day, I love every day. My eyes are open, my feet are on the floor. Everyone’s full of energy and off I… Read Article
Nov 12, 2021

Media release: Kingston hub is an Ageing Backward centre of health and fitness

Community Based Support Kingston Hub has become an Ageing Backwards centre of health and fitness. Community Based Support CEO Allyson Warrington said many clients are enjoying the new program being rolled out. “We know… Read Article
Oct 28, 2021

Onwards and upwards: Emily’s story

Emily started at Community Based Support in 2017 as a fresh-faced 17 year old trainee. She had received promising job offers from some of Tasmania’s most well-known organisations but chose CBS as she felt… Read Article
Oct 28, 2021

The power of friendship

Ray has been coming to our social hub in New Town for a number of years and we recently caught up with him for a chat. Ray’s a keen model builder and collector and… Read Article
Oct 25, 2021

The hubs experience

Sisters Jeanette Brennan and Judy Mason have been visiting our social hubs for a couple of months now and they’ve been absolutely loving the experience. Jeanette’s daughter Michelle recommended they give the CBS hubs… Read Article