Bread tags to wheels for children with disabilities

QASA donated wheelchairs to two learners from the Mason Lincoln Special School in Umlazi, KwaZulu-Natal, after the school collected bread tags. A third chair was donated by Polystyrene Association of South Africa. With the help of Umhlali Preparatory School, Mason Lincoln Special School collected enough bread tags over two years […]

Employed because the law is on our side

In May, the QuadPara Association of South Africa hosted an Employment Workshop to dispel some of the misconceptions around employing people with disabilities, to educate employers and urge businesses to participate in their Work Readiness Programme by providing work experience to the candidates. During the workshop, some of the common […]

Another virtual AGM for QASA

For the second year, QASA held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) virtually on the Zoom platform. On Saturday, 18 September 2021, QASA staff, members and regional associations signed in to get an update on the organisation’s activities, finances and management. During the event, QASA treasurer Richard Barron broke down the […]

Priority vaccination plea to save lives

With the rate of infections ever climbing and new variants always posing a risk, QASA is fighting to ensure its members are kept safe Risk of death rather than mortality rates should be the criteria that secures priority vaccination argues the QuadPara Association of South Africa (QASA). The organisation has […]

Priority vaccination plea to save lives

Risk of death rather than mortality rates should be the criteria that secures priority vaccination argues the QuadPara Association of South Africa (QASA). The organisation has made a plea to the Department of Health to include quadriplegics and paraplegics in the second round of the vaccine roll out. The organisations […]