genU shows its commitment to Tasmania

Posted January 11, 2023

genU has announced today that it is working with Anglicare Tasmania to transfer most NDIS-funded Anglicare disability services to genU.

This collaboration shows genU’s commitment to a future in providing high-quality disability services in Tasmania. These are disability support services that Anglicare has made the difficult decision to cease. We applaud the way genU is working to provide ongoing support for Anglicare clients and continued employment to staff.

The proposed plan for Li-Ve Tasmania and genU to unite is still being explored separately and a formal decision on this is expected within the next couple of months.

genU has a strong track-record for successfully joining with other organisations and has shown great care and support for staff and clients when working through transition processes. I have offered Li-Ve Tasmania’s full support to genU as they work with Anglicare to transfer staff and services.

If we do unite with genU, we look forward to working with them and with locally experienced Anglicare disability staff.

I wish everyone at Anglicare Tasmania the best with this period of change and with their continuing services.

Darren Mathewson

Chief Executive Officer