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Changing the face
of the future
For over 35 years, Professor David
and his surgical team from the
Craniofacial Unit in Adelaide have
been changing the faces -- and lives
-- of people throughout Australia
The 13,000+ patients treated by the
Unit have either been born with a
disfigurement of the skull or have
been victims of injuries, burns or
The Unit is recognised worldwide
as a centre for people who are in
need of specialised treatment and
One of the Unit's most innovative
medical additions in recent years
has been the creation of a nylon
model skull, which results from a
total CAT scan of the patient's head.
From this, the "miracle working"
surgeons are able to identify the
complex approaches to surgery
-- before the operation begins.
Costing about $2,000 each, these
models are not covered by Medicare
or conventional hospital benefits.
The Craniofacial Foundation
aims to help patients with the
many costs involved with their
treatment at their Unit. It also
provides financial support for other
associated medical needs such as
orthodontists, speech therapists and
Funds are constantly needed to
maintain this vital work and the
foundation appreciates all support
from the public.
Helping to re-home animals
The Animal Welfare League is
South Australia's largest animal
shelter with the core focus of re-
homing South Australia's lost and
surrendered dogs and cats.
The AWL is not-for-profit and do not
receive any Government funding.
They rely on donations and
partnerships to keep up their vital
work and need your help.
Even small change combines to
make a huge difference. Animal
Welfare League pride themselves
on providing the best care possible
for South Australia's less fortunate
All donations go directly to
thousands of dogs and cats in their
You can help by donating at
by calling 8348 1300.
Entertainment to lift your spirits
ARPA Active Over 50s groups
regularly perform at Clubs,
Retirement Villages and Nursing
Sigh with the heroine and hiss the
villain as the Radio Players transport
you back to a bygone era.
Sing along with a melody of
Australian bush ballads from the
Bushband or enjoy the gift of song
from The Choir performing a range
of favourites, old and new.
Light classics and evergreens are
always a hit from the Orchestra and
for dance fans the fabulous routines
of The Tapliners will have your toes
For more information,
bookings, or to join a group,
contact 8211 9711 (Tuesday to
Friday 10am to 4pm) or visit
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