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Events 2015

November

04
WA NDIS My Way disability service provider expo

Venue: Ken Jackman Hall, Darius Wells Community Centre, Kwinana

Are you potentially eligible for, or already participating in, the WA NDIS My Way trial in the Cockburn-Kwinana area? Come to our expo and find out more about the variety of supports and services you may be able to access.

11
Australasian Society for Intellectual Disability conference

Venue: Crown Promenade Conference Centre, Melbourne, Victoria

The WA NDIS My Way trial will be the focus for a Disability Services Commission presentation at the 50th annual Australasian Society for Intellectual Disability (ASID) conference, to be held in Melbourne in November.

14
Audio Described Performance – Next to Normal

Venue: Heath Ledger Theatre, State Theatre Centre of Western Australia

People who are blind or vision impaired may enjoy a night at a Black Swan State Theatre Company performance on 14 November, using an audio described service to follow the action.

16
Claiming Full Citizenship Perth Forum

Venue: The Boulevard Centre, 99 The Boulevard, Floreat

How can people with disabilities live as full citizens? What can we do in WA and Australia to take initiatives in this area? Hear from speakers and attendees on 16 November in Floreat.

21
Kidsflix movie event in Midland

Venue: Ace Cinema, Midland Gate Shopping Centre, Great Eastern Highway, Midland

The Arthritis Foundation of Western Australia will host a free Kidsflix movie event for children younger than 16 years who have a chronic illness, disability or live in a disadvantaged situation, and their immediate family.

23
The Art of Belonging: Interchange Art Exhibition

Venue: Gary Holland Centre, Rockingham

An art exhibition featuring works by Interchange customers and other people who live with disability.

25
National Disability Awards 2015

Venue: Australian Parliament House, Great Hall, Canberra

Supported by the Australian Government, the National Disability Awards recognise outstanding achievements that have improved the lives of people with disability.

Kalparrin families and members, and Ngala members will celebrate Disability Awareness Week with a chat, coffee and cake.