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Karrarendi disability program



Karrarendi is a service program for Aboriginal adults with a disability in Adelaide, South Australia. The program provides opportunities for Aboriginal people with a disability to broaden their life skills through a process of self-determination.

The main service offered by Karrarendi is a weekly program of adult activities including arts, crafts, song and dance.

The Karrarendi program is run by by Kura Yerlo, a community-managed organisation in the western region of Adelaide. Kura Yerlo delivers services to Aboriginal youth, elders, people with a disability, children and families. It also offers programs in education and fitness.

For more information about Karrarendi, and other programs offered by Kura Yerlo for Aboriginal people with a disability, see links below.


Program Manager
Aged and Disability
Kura Yerlo
208 Lady Gowrie Drive
Largs Bay SA 5016
PO Box 203
Port Adelaide SA 5015
Ph: (08) 8449 7367
Fax: (08) 8341 7006


Last updated: 12 October 2011
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