Access tours for Sculptures by the Sea at Cottesloe introduce visitors with disability to new ways of experiencing and enjoying contemporary sculpture through informed discussion and touch.
The third annual Activ Artspace exhibition will be held at Activ in Wembley in March. Photographs and painted pieces in a range of mediums are among the works created by people with disability for the show.
The 6 March performance of Henrik Ibsen’s The Wild Duck will be audio-described.
People with disability are invited to join the Disability Sport and Recreation Forum, facilitated by the Department of Sport and Recreation.
An art exhibition by Barti Kher will be audio-described on 12 March.
Venue: Albany, Bicton, Bunbury, Busselton, Fremantle, Mandurah, Geraldton, Hillarys
People of all abilities have the opportunity to enjoy recreational fishing at various locations across WA on Fishability Day, on 13 March.
Julie Ireland and Jackie Softly will present a workshop for teachers and teachers’ assistants who teach students with Down syndrome.
Venue: Manning Park, Azelia Road, Hamilton Hill
The City of Cockburn is hosting their annual Hello Baby community event; a fun morning offering many activities for parents and their little ones. There will be parent massage, entertainment and music, and a free raffle with great prizes and giveaways.
People with disability and their families and carers and others across the disability sector have the chance to discuss the current and future changes in disability services in WA at NDS WA’s annual conference.
Children with autism have the opportunity to try surfing at a Surfers Healing Australia workshop at Trigg Beach on 19 March.
Come and join in a day of fun activities for the whole family at the Cockburn Health and Community Centre with international food tasting, arts, crafts, Zumba, laughter yoga, and free health screening and chair massages.
NDS WA is holding a sector training forum on 23 March to discuss the newly released hospital stay guidelines for people with disability, developed by the WA Disability Health Network.
An information session about the WA NDIS My Way trial in the cities of Cockburn and Kwinana will be held in Aubin Grove on 23 March.
Three performances at the Fremantle Street Arts Festival this Easter will be audio-described.
NDS WA and Curtin University are holding free forums to gain a better understanding about how disability service providers can keep people with disability safe, as well as what they can do to improve their services.