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Community Disability Programs Mens Shed

Disability Programs

Come out and meet a new group of friends and try something new.

We have four programs on offer.

The City of Salisbury is a registered NDIS provider.

We support NDIS 2020

Our Programs

STARS Program

Daytime activities include:

  • Social outings
  • Arts and crafts
  • Group activities
  • Lunches

Every Wednesday from 9am to 3pm.

Located at Burton Community Hub, 380 Waterloo Corner Road, Burton.

  • Eligibility: Adults aged 19 - 65 with an intellectual disability
  • Enquires: to Jennie on 8406 8225 or 0413 891 077 or email

Fun on Friday

Daytime activities such as:

  • Arts and crafts
  • Social outings
  • Lunches
  • Group activities

Every Friday from 9am to 3pm.

Located at Burton Community Hub, 380 Waterloo Corner Road, Burton.

  • Eligibility: Adults aged 19 - 65 with an intellectual disability
  • Enquires: to Jennie on 8406 8225 or 0413 891 077 or email

Note: This program is currently at full capacity.

Salisbury Social Group

Evening activities such as:

  • Arts and crafts
  • Dinners
  • Social outings
  • Group activities
  • Table tennis
  • Dress ups

Fortnightly on Thursday from 6.30pm to 8.30pm.

Located at Jack Young Centre, 2 Orange Avenue, Salisbury.

  • Eligibility: Adults aged 18+ with an intellectual disability
  • Enquires: to Robyn on 8406 8225 or email

The Shed

Come along and meet other new people and use your skills or learn new ones in a friendly supportive environment.

Activities include:

  • Wood work
  • Individual projects
  • Social interaction
  • Metal work
  • Basic computer activities
  • Lunch outings

Open Monday to Wednesday 9 am to 3 pm and Thursday 9 am to 1 pm.

Located at The Workshop (Burton Community Hub), 380 Waterloo Corner Rd, Burton.

The City of Salisbury strives to deliver excellent customer service and learns from feedback provided.

Our commitment is to provide quality support that matches your personal circumstances and needs.

Therefore, we need your feedback. Your opinions and suggestions are very important for the ongoing improvement of our program.

How to provide feedback

It is recommended that you communicate with the person that you feel most comfortable in resolving the matter.

Compliments, comments or complaints can be given in person, by phone or in writing.

  • Discuss the matter with your support worker
  • Contact a staff member to discuss the matter
  • Use the Compliment, Comments and Complaints form
  • Contact an advocate, a friend or family member to speak about the matter on your behalf
  • Contact the Quality Officer, Leslie Wightman on 8406 8328 or email to discuss the matter
  • Contact the Manager, Vesna Haracic on 8406 8520 or email to discuss the matter

All complaints will be dealt with in a confidential, fair and timely manner.

Open disclosure

We adopt an open disclosure approach where if something goes wrong that has a negative impact on you, Salisbury Home and Community Services will provide respectful, open and honest communication to ensure you are ok and where possible change services to better meet your needs.

By working together we will learn about your experience and improve our services for you and others in the future.
The City of Salisbury has a formal Compliments, Comments and Complaints Policy which outlines the standards and processes for responding to matters raised by customers quickly and effectively. This is available on our website or by calling our Customer Centre on 8406 8222 during business hours.

If your concern has not been resolved to your satisfaction, you may wish to seek other assistance.

For concerns relating to NDIS services:

City of Salisbury is consistently monitoring the evolving status of COVID-19 (coronavirus) to determine the most effective actions in line with advice from the State and Federal Governments and other key agencies. If unwell, please do not attend the group.

For current SA Health COVID-19 information go to

You can find out more by emailing us or calling (08) 8406 8328.

View updates on the City of Salisbury’s response to COVID-19.