Elm Place News Post Care Support Services, Redress Support Services & Find and Connect Support Services Elm Place supports people who experienced out of home care and institutional care and welcomes everyone to build friendships with others and join the Elm Place community. Welcome to the Spring edition of Elm Place News. We are all looking forward to daylight saving and the warmer weather. Spring has sprung! We have two significant anniversaries approaching. On Tuesday 22 October we are commemorating the 1st anniversary of the National Apology to Victims and Survivors of Institutional Child Sexual Abuse at Government House. On Friday 15 November we are commemorating the 10th anniversary of the National Apology to Forgotten Australians and Former Child Migrants at the Migration Museum for a morning tea and speeches followed by a walk to Peace Park. Further details are included in this newsletter and if you would like to attend please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 08 8419 2042. We welcome two new staff to the Elm Place team. Deanna (Dee) Stidiford and Amanda Farah who are both working in Post Care Support Services and are located at Salisbury and City/Marion respectively. Hopefully you will meet them at upcoming social activities and events. Welcome to the team! The end of year is fast approaching us and we will be holding a Christmas/end-of-year lunch at Elm Place in the city on Wednesday, 18 December so save the date! Did you know... Elm Place situated on the corner of Frome and Flinders Streets in the city was named after the avenues of Elm trees which have starting to bud ready for spring. Acknowledgement of Country We would like to acknowledge that this publication was written and produced on Kaurna land and we pay respect to Elders past and present. We acknowledge the custodians of the Adelaide Region and that their inherent cultural and spiritual beliefs continue to sustain the living Aboriginal Peoples today. The land remains as it always has, a place of education, peace, care and nurture.