Eat. Speak. Repeat. Allied Health is proud of the achievements we have made so far, as well as the achievements of our valued employees.
We Turned ONE!
On January 7th 2021, we officially opened to the public. We got to celebrate our very first birthday this year and we couldn't be more proud of how far we have come in a year.
A little recap of our first year;
Introduced free learning opportunities about the NDIS
Offered inclusive holiday programs
Expanded our business days
Won the business award for 'Health Improvement'
Onboarded 3 new employees
Introduced The Learning Loft
Provided service to the most amazing clientele and community!
We are so thankful to the community for your continued support and for allowing us to provide you service for 12months!
Also, thank-you to the lovely Sophie from Sophie's Cakes for our amazing birthday cake!
Excellence in Health Improvement
We are so proud to have been nominated and then win the 'Health Improvement' category of the annual Port Stephens Examiner Business Awards 2021.
We could not have achieved this without the amazing support of our Eat. Speak. Repeat. families, friends and our Port Stephens community.
We thank all of those who took the time to vote for us. We appreciate you all more than we can express.
Click the 'Examiner' link below to read the online story in the Port Stephens Examiner.
Young Alumnus of the Year
Nikita Austin, the director of Eat. Speak. Repeat., is a Southern Cross University alumni. In 2020, Nikita was nominated for the Alumni Impact Awards - Young Alumnus of the Year. She was then chosen as the recipient of this award to celebrate the extraordinary achievements she has completed since graduating.
At Southern Cross, we have a long standing tradition of recognising the achievements of outstanding alumni through the Alumni of the Year Awards. These recipients are leaders and innovators across a diverse range of disciplines.
Our 2020 Alumni Impact Award recipients have achieved extraordinary things in what was a challenging year.
From research excellence to building community, improving access to healthcare and working to solve environmental problems, each recipient demonstrates professional and personal dedication to making a profound impact in our society worldwide.
I invite you to learn more about each of these incredible alumni by reading their stories and hearing about their impact. - Southern Cross University
Click on the logo below to read more about Nikita's award.
International Women's Day Scholarship
Nikita was one of the recipients of the International Women's Day Scholarships through the Port Stephens Council.
The scholarship was for $1000 to go toward community projects that were led by women in business.
Nikita plans to use the money toward creating inclusive holiday programs for children with disabilities and who may requires additional supports to participate in holiday programs.
Click the logo below to read more about Nikita's achievement.