As featured in the Esperance Tide, September 2022 Edition.

Written by Hannah Siemer

When Esperance Care Services (ECS) was established in 1996, it consisted of little more than a trestle table in the corner of a shed on Woods Street. Founders Chris and Sue Meyer had just sold their farm in Condingup, having identified the need for a service in town that provided support to those in the community who need it most. Twentysix years on, Chris is now the CEO of what has become a highly respected and relied upon service in Esperance. He says he never expected ECS to grow to the extent it has. “I was just a farmer,” he says. “There’s nothing special about me.”

Read the rest of the story on pages 9 and 10 in the Esperance Tide – click here.