Western Sydney Wanderers FC are proud to confirm that Reliant Healthcare have signed on as the new front-of-shirt partner for the club’s Powerchair Team.
Reliant Healthcare provide multiple services all over New South Wales including personal care, NDIS services, companion care, daily activities, dementia, disability, nursing, palliative, respite and live-in care.
The partnership continues Reliant Healthcare’s support of the Western Sydney football community having recently launched a new Inclusive Football Program with the Wanderers Foundation.
General Manager of Reliant Healthcare Susan Tredenick said she was proud to give back to a community she is very passionate about.
“We provide services in the disability space all over New South Wales, we love working with all different types of people and we just love to be involved with the community and give back,” said Tredenick.
“Coming from Western Sydney and being a big football fan, I decided that this would be a good opportunity.
“I’ll be here at all the games to support the team and we are just really happy that the guys can get out there and do what they love to do.
“Everyone should have the opportunity to play football.”
Western Sydney Wanderers CEO John Tsatsimas thanked Reliant Healthcare for their extended support.
“We have worked closely over the last few months with Susan and her team from Reliant Healthcare to make football more accessible and could not be prouder that they have extended their support to our Powerchair team.
“We thank Reliant Healthcare for all their support so far and are eager to continue working with them to create more opportunities for people to play football.”
The Wanderers will kick-off their Powerchair campaign this Saturday when they take on Sydney FC in the opening round of the competition.