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Capacity Building and Independence

Supporting you to become more independent

Clear Sky Australia offers a variety of options for people with disability of various ages. Take a look at our day programs below and get in touch with our admissions office to learn more.

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Food of the World

Clear Sky Australia's "Food of the World" cooking program invites participants on a culinary journey around the globe. Through this program, individuals learn about diverse cultures and traditions through the lens of food, exploring new flavors, ingredients, and cooking techniques. Led by experienced chefs, participants not only expand their culinary skills but also gain a deeper appreciation for cultural diversity and the role of food in bringing communities together. Join us in this delicious adventure and discover the world through its flavors!

Participants will also learn fundamental independent living skills in a live environment with a focus on their capacity to undertake everyday skills

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ARIEL Allies

Clear Sky Australia's Ariel Allies program is a groundbreaking collaboration with the Ariel app, dedicated to enhancing inclusivity and accessibility in local businesses. Through this initiative, volunteers engage with businesses to assess and improve their inclusivity practices. By conducting reviews and interviews, Ariel Allies collects valuable data that helps businesses create more welcoming environments for everyone, including those with disabilities. Together, Clear Sky Australia and the Ariel app are fostering a more inclusive society, one business at a time.

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