Welcome to SWARA!

SWARA provides a loving learning environment in which our clients are free to choose from a wide range of learning and life support skills. We are NDIS ready and focused on your choice and control of your goals and pathways to achieve them.

SWARA’s collaborative culture has been sustained by her philosophy of ‘Unity in Diversity’.

The human values Love, Truth, Right Action, Peace, and Non-violence provide the Unity that creates a safe, inclusive learning environment in which diversity is happily celebrated. Individuals choose to self-transform from their own individual values and needs. This philosophy has sustained SWARA for over 40 years serving the Brisbane community.

Support Our Learning Skills

Learning takes off as unconscious judgement dissolves. In a safe and loving learning environment, learning accelerates exponentially.

SWARA’s measured results testify to our assumptions that everyone who comes to SWARA has a spark of love and at SWARA, we turn that into a flame.

Our goal is to achieve 80% literate and numerate clients in 5 years – 80%+ of our 2015 clients have learning skill development needs. SWARA’s vision: to be a national community leader for disabilities empowering people to reach their full potential.

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28 Jun

ANZAC Experience – Community Inclusion

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Our Community Inclusion adventure was a special one this week. We were fortunate enough to get tickets to the ANZAC experience at the Brisbane Exhibition and Convention Centre.   First, we were briefed by our guide on.
24 Jun

Thursday’s Delicious Soup Lunch

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On Thursday 23rd June, the SWARA community was treated to a delicious soup made from scratch by our hospitality team. The hospitality team led by volunteer Maureen were working hard in the kitchen all week in preparation.
29 Jan

Thanks Rotary Planetarium for bringing in Recycled Computers

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Our love and thanks for the support of ‘Rotary Planetarium’ who have brought recycled computers in to our learning space and advocated SWARA as beneficiaries of the 2016 St. John’s Cathedral fundraiser.