The collection Records of the Spastic Centres of South Australia includes records created by the Spastic Centres of South Australia Inc (SCOSA) and its predecessor the South Australian Spastic Paralysis Welfare Association (SASPWA). These include minutes, correspondence, photographs and other documents that may include information relating to the Woodville Spastic Centre and its predecessors, Dew Street Cottage, Albara Road Cottage and any other facilities run by SCOSA and SASPWA. A finding aid is available.
Researchers can have access to documents, photographs, recordings and transcripts held at the State Library of South Australia on presenting their Readers Ticket. Readers Tickets are available from the Library. Records, recordings and transcripts can only be used in the Somerville Reading Room and are not available for borrowing.
Access to some material at the State Library may require written permission from the person or organisation that deposited the records.
Prepared by: Gary George and Karen George
Created: 2 June 2014, Last modified: 9 March 2016