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March 2021

The Weekly Times: Seton Villa officially opens purpose-built disability accommodation
Two new purpose-built homes design for women with intellectual disabilities have today been officially opened in Sydney’s Ryde area by Seton Villa. They have a clear focus: providing residents with great quality of life, independence, choice and control..
The Catholic Weekly: Breakthrough disability housing makes life much better for sisters
Special homes combine independence with support
Melissa and Carmel Robinson are not only sisters but best friends and housemates thanks to a ground-breaking disability housing project.The pair have moved into one of two new purpose-built homes for women with intellectual disabilities in the Ryde area by Seton Villa, a work of the Daughters of Charity of St Vincent de Paul.

February 2021

Seton Villa officially opens first of its purpose-built Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) homes
Two new purpose-built homes designed for women with intellectual disabilities have today been officially opened in Sydney’s Ryde area by Seton Villa. And the focus is on providing residents with greater quality of life, independence, choice and control.
CathNews: New home gives sisters ‘a sense of pride’
Two new purpose-built homes designed for women with intellectual disabilities will today be officially opened in Sydney’s Ryde area by Seton Villa, a work of the Daughters of Charity of St Vincent de Paul.

February 2020

Inclusion, Value and Respect
How can we include people with disabilities in a way that makes them feel valued and respected? Hear Peter Gardiner, CEO of Seton Villa discuss this with 2RRR The Meaningful Monday Show hosts Clare and Jeanine.

December 2019

Local non-profit Seton Villa to invest over $11million in disability accommodation in North Ryde
Local non-profit organisation Seton Villa has announced it will be investing over $11million into redeveloping purpose-built disability accommodation over the next three years, in Marsfield and surrounding areas.