With a team of skilled and experienced staff including services delivery managers, support coordinators, disability support workers and other specialists, Kirinari guides and supports clients to ensure they receive the best choice and care of services.
"I am personally very excited as to what the future holds for Kirinari in NNSW and look forward to supporting our local communities into the future," Kirinari Community Services business development manager Stuart George said.
Stuart moved to Armidale about 20 years ago with his wife.
They have two teenage daughters.
"I am relatively new to the human services sector, commencing my role with Kirinari in May," Stuart said.
"I have 25 years experience in business development and business management, always focused on providing client-centred solutions and exceeding clients' expectations."
Kirinari's office is at 142 Bridge Street, Tamworth, however, Stuart said he was prepared to travel anywhere in the New England North West to discuss the services that Kirinari provides in the region.
"As business development manager in Northern NSW, I am focused on increasing brand awareness for Kirinari as a total human services provider," Stuart says.
"Kirinari provides a wide-range of services including disability accommodation.
"The accommodation options in NNSW include short term accommodation (STA), medium term accommodation (MTA), supported independent living (SIL) and specialist disability accommodation (SDA).
"We also provide community access, support coordination, transport and home care package for seniors under the banner, 'Support4me' which we have recently launched in NNSW."
The latest development for Kirinari in NNSW is the acquisition of an STA home in Gunnedah.
This home will provide respite and short to medium term accommodation for Gunnedah and surrounding areas. Kirinari will also launch a new SIL group home in North Tamworth.
I am personally very excited as to what the future holds for Kirinari in NNSW and look forward to supporting our local communities into the future.- Kirinari business development manager Stuart George