Find out about the latest research and join informative presentations at the annual Autism West symposium, to be held in Fremantle 4–5 November.
Venue: Heath Ledger Theatre (inside State Theatre Centre), 174-176 William Street, Perth WA 6000
A performance of the classic Tartuffe on 5 November will be audio-described.
Enjoy a three-course dinner on 5 November as part of Dining in the Dark Mandurah’s fundraiser for Guide Dogs WA.
Brightwater specialises in acquired brain injury and rehabilitation and is hosting a workshop on 9 November for people who assess, treat or provide longer term support for individuals who have sustained a concussion.
A performance of May Gibbs’ Snugglepot and Cuddlepie will be audio-described on 13 November.
Share your experiences at the National Deafblind conference hosted by Senses Australia on behalf of the Australian Deafblind Council. The theme of this year’s conference is ‘Celebrating Experiences Across the Lifespan’.
The National Deafblind Camp offers a weekend full of activities including canoeing, archery, abseiling, swimming, art and more.
Join us in Cantwell Park, Pinjarra for a disability service provider expo and family-friendly community event.
Arthritis and Osteoporosis WA invites children aged 16 or younger with a chronic illness or disability to a free Kidsflix movie event. The child’s immediate family can also join the fun at no cost.
The Shire of Narrogin invites the community to celebrate Disability Awareness Week by attending an art and sculpture exhibition by local people, including those with disability. The exhibition will be on display throughout Disability Awareness Week.
Join Autism West for a fun-filled and informative afternoon to help celebrate their achievements for the year as well as International Day of People with Disability 2016.
Come along and join in a basic skills session and supervised game of wheelchair basketball, hosted by Wheel LIFE and the City of Gosnells, to celebrate Disability Awareness Week.
Children of all abilities are welcome to join in a story time session at the Grove Library in Peppermint Grove to celebrate Disability Awareness Week. An Auslan interpreter will be present to interpret the stories for children who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Need to get a head start on your Christmas shopping? Come to the Albany Town Square to celebrate Disability Awareness Week and check out arts and crafts created by people with disability in the Albany region.
Come and listen to real life stories at the Activ Human Library to celebrate Disability Awareness Week.
Enjoy the Circo Berzerko Fantazmo drama performance written, produced and performed by people with disability.