St Michaels is excited to introduce a new way of living for people with disability - Assistive Technology Smart Homes. Construction of 14 unique buildings is well underway, with homes [...]
My name is Lindsey Brown and as the new Media and Communications Coordinator here at St Michaels, I am looking forward to keeping our participants and stakeholders up to date. [...]
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Frequently asked questions for all stakeholders and information for NDIS participants We have developed a new webpage containing frequently asked questions about how the COVID-19 pandemic affects the [...]
Disability information Last Updated: 01 Apr 2020 11:20am Supported accommodation for people with disability in Tasmania The Australian Government has released national guidelines for the prevention, control and public health [...]
St.Michaels understands staff, participants and our community may feel nervous due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The staff, participants and community are at the front of mind for St Michaels, and [...]
The new buildings and units are now well underway with construction set to be completed in 2020.
The annual St Michaels Participant's Christmas Dinner was held on Friday, December 13, 2019 on site in the St Michaels Hall. What an event it was with over 110 participants/family [...]
St.LukesHealth is proud to be providing a donation towards purchasing a defibrillator and cabinet, that can be accessed by disabled and abled Tasmanians attending, using, and working at St Michaels.
“We are pleased to share with you this fantastic achievement by one of our participants, Aron. It is outstanding to see this young man, who came to us confined [...]
St Michaels participants joined fellow competitors for Tasmania’s one and only marathon festival, the Burnie Ten. The results of the race were startling. The day of the Burnie Ten race [...]