Seeking expressions of interest Wall Rd in Gorokan to be completed by the end of April 2019 Platinum Standard | 5 bedrooms | 2 large accessible bathrooms | 1 large …
Construction on one of Australia’s first NDIS housing projects is about to get underway in Gorokan. When finished, the $1.7 million share homes will provide much-needed accommodation for those living …
Milestone groundbreaking of Central Coast Living Options development supported by Community Sector Banking – one of Australia’s first NDIS housing projects A milestone groundbreaking today marks the start of construction …
CEO Kevin Johnston proudly received the “Disability Service of the Year” award held at the Central Coast Aged Care & Disability Achievement Awards at Diggers @ the Entrance on 18th …
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CCLO has been established for around 20 years and provides first rate care and accommodation for the disabled here on the NSW Central Coast.
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August 18 2015, CCLO featured on NBN news: To watch the news story please visit the link here Central Coast Disability funds on back-burner…..
A very happy Vivien meeting Prime Minister Tony Abbott on his recent visit to the Central Coast.
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It was with great pleasure that CCLO senior personnel and clients welcomed the visit of David Harris MP Member of Wyong
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Introducing Dorothy Rosewell the Patron of CCLO
This week CCLO submitted plans to Wyong Council for 2 new specially modified supported accommodation homes in Minnamurra Road, Gorokan.
Central Coast Living Options Inc (CCLO) was established in 1996 and is a community based Not For Profit Organisation providing services for the disabled.
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‘Charity to benefit from new bus’ article featured in The Central Coast Advocate on Friday September 5 on Page 26. It can be seen here in the digital edition and also …
Resident at Wakool, David was pleased to be our first passenger on CCLO’s new bus. Purchased from funds donated by Newcastle Permanent Charitable Foundation.