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Why choose Marriott Community Hub

Marriott Support Services works closely with each individual and their families to match interests and strengths with meaningful opportunities.

Our staff are qualified and experienced and connect well with people to bring out their best. We have both male and female staff of all ages working together which goes a long way in creating great connections.

We have a low turn-over rate which means staff are highly engaged in working with you.

We are conveniently located with a purpose built facility, are well connected to the McKinnon community and are also close to public transport. Our facilities feature a gym, an art space, a fully equipped kitchen, a kitchen garden and Wattle Grove Park nearby for you and your friends to spend time together and relax, whether it be having a picnic, reading a book or kicking the footy..

We have zero tolerance of abuse  https://www.marriott.org.au/zero-tolerance-to-abuse/


Testimonials

Rick

‘When Tim and I came to Marriott Community Hub to look for a service we noticed two things – First we were shown around the Hub by a participant, which said to me participants are given opportunities here to try things. Secondly, the way staff interacted so positively with participants, it was warm and genuine. In my mind these two things distinguished Marriott.’

Sarah

‘When I first came to Marriott Community Hub for a visit I was immediately struck by how welcoming it was and how engaged people were in what they were doing. Staff and participants, you could tell were connected in such a positive way.’

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Our upcoming events

Biggest Morning Tea 2019

Join us for Biggest Morning Tea

April 04 2019

It’s that time again. We love hosting Biggest Morning Teas in our community. Join us on Thursday 30th May 2019 at 9.30am. At Marriott Community Hub, 100 Wheatley Road, McKinnon. RSVP to Julia on 9557 6909. [email protected]  

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100 Wheatley Road, McKinnon, Melbourne

April holiday activities are all FULL. Get in quick next time.

April 04 2019

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E.E. Gunn Reserve, Ormond

Fair Go Footy season starts

April 28 2019

FairGo Football program for people with disability in Ormond What is Fair Go Footy A training program centred on having fun, playing games and developing basic AFL skills through drills. Although it is centred around Australian Rules Football, there is a no-contact policy in relation to drills or activities to allow for a wide range […]

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