Albara Road Cottage was established by the South Australian Spastic Welfare Association (SASPWA), at Ingle Farm in 1982. Formerly a day centre for children with disabilities called Gullywinds it was opened as a cottage home for children with disabilities as SASPWA's services at Woodvile Spastic Centre began to be decentralised. Albara Road Cottage was still operating and providing respite care in 2014.
Sources used to compile this entry: 'History - Community Accommodation and Respoite Agency', in CARA, CARA Inc, 2014, http://web.archive.org/web/20160405004933/http://www.cara.org.au/about_us/history; 'History of SCOSA', Novita (formerly Spastic Centres of South Australia Inc), 2014, https://www.novita.org.au/history-of-scosa/; George, Karen, Finding your own way, Nunkuwarrin Yunti of South Australia Inc., 2005, http://nunku.org.au/resources/; State Library of South Austrlia Finding Aid for SRG 521 Spastic Centres of South Australia.
Prepared by: Karen George and Gary George
Created: 18 February 2011, Last modified: 6 November 2018