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Ambassador

ACH Group is pleased to welcome Jane Reilly OAM as its ambassador.

Jane is one of South Australia’s most recognised and loved media presenters. She is passionate about South Australia and all South Australians.

Jane has enjoyed a distinguished media career spanning four decades, including 17 years as a news and weather presenter for Adelaide’s Network Ten.

She won a TV Week Logie Award for Most Popular Female Personality in 1984 and is involved in numerous charities including Variety SA, The Children’s Charity, St John Ambulance and Royal Society for the Blind.

Jane’s media career was launched in 1974 after winning the Miss Australian Beach Girl Title.

In August 2015 she received an Order of Australia Medal for services to the broadcast media and charitable groups.

You may remember her as a valued contributor of the FIVEaa Radio Breakfast Team, Jane was the program’s roving reporter, travelling far and wide searching for quirky and fun stories.

ACH Group ambassador Jane Reilly

ACH Group ambassador Jane ReillyShe loves to grasp life with both hands and make the best of what life dishes up.

Her personal mantra is “Get on with it, this is not a dress rehearsal!”.

Jane says she is looking forward to raising awareness of ACH Group’s commitment to supporting ‘Good Lives for Older People’.

“What I love is that ACH Group really shines a light on the wisdom of older people in our community,” she says. “They challenge the stereotypes of ageing and with their support, you can do as little or as much as you like, whether it’s help with the shopping, maybe getting to those appointments, helping with the gardening, or looking at an alternative style of accommodation.”

Welcome, Jane!

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Good Lives

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⚽ “It’s that social aspect that everyone’s having fun. We’re all of different ages, different backgrounds but we’re all coming together just to have some fun,” Sarah – a participant of Everybody’s Game – said.

⚽ Opportunities to enjoy club life, including playing soccer and social activities, was the aim of Everybody’s Game – a walking soccer program for people living with neurological conditions.

⚽ In April, celebrations were had to mark the end of 16-week pilot program. The weather was great and participants were showing off their skills when local soccer players frACH Groupelaide Comets joined Football South Australias GamFlinders Universityoup in partnership with Football SouthAdelaide Comets FCndAdelaide United Thank you to all involved including Adelaide Comets FC, Adelaide United, everyone who helped spread the word, and most of all participants who made that leap of faith, signed up and showed up!

⚽ In great news, the program will re-commence on Saturday 21 May, so if you know someone who could be interested to join, please let them know! 🔗 bit.ly/3l520qA
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