Corrugated Iron Youth Arts
Arts Projects & Workshops
Corrugated Iron undertakes projects, workshops and performances in areas such as dance, drama, music, circus and video to develop engagement with the arts and production & presentation skills.
Corrugated Iron undertakes partnerships with communities, indigenous agencies, schools [primary and secondary], and councils to develop creative projects and programs that develop young people’s creative capacity, self-expression and confidence.
Training & Mentoring
Corrugated Iron trains and mentors young creatives who wish to become teaching artists, graphic designers, and project workers, as well as mentoring artists developing community engagement capacity to work in urban, regional and remote settings.
Darwin Community Arts
Darwin Community Arts (DCA) is a non-profit, incorporated Association that focuses on community-based arts and cultural development.
Malak continues to be a pilot area for DCA’s neighbourhood-based approach although its programs and projects cover different neighbourhoods of Darwin Region (which includes the Tiwi Islands, City of Darwin, City of Palmerston, and Litchfield Shire).
Waltja Tjutangku Palyapayi Aboriginal Corporation – Youth Programs
Reconnect is a program aimed at helping young people aged between 12 and 18 who are at risk of homelessness to feel safe and to re- engage with their family and their community. If it is needed, we help youth find a safe place to live, and help get them back into school, or training or work. We assist young people with boarding school applications and also with the transition if they are successful. We run programs, initiated by the communities, around important issues like problem gambling, youth suicide and healthy relationships.
Nintipulka mitiyaku – Getting smart about media
This program focuses on disadvantaged youth by engaging them with media and technology, in order to allow protect, revive and maintain Indigenous culture, language and knowledge. We also provide media traineeships for young people helping them to become job ready in the areas of graphic design, photography, new media and Arts management.
Will Care Home Support
Will Care is currently undergoing an audit to become a registered NDIS provider. The clinical and personal care offered by Will Care will be provided by experienced and caring Support Workers and Registered Nurses. Personal care assistance will include but not limited to :
- support with ADL’s;
- bowel and catheter care;
- assessment and monitoring;
- nutrition/ meal prep;
- medication prompting and administration;
- social support;
- domestic assistance; and
. Clinical care will provide the treatment of medical conditions including but not limited to;
- wound care
- catheter care
- administration of s8 medications
- tracheostomy management
- ventilation support
- IM /SC injections
- PEG and NG Tube feeding