Muscular Dystrophy WA hosts Coffee Mornings on the first Tuesday of every month at The Niche in Nedlands.
The Armadale/Gosnells Linking Together group meets on the first Tuesday of each month for a lunch event.
The Community Services Excellence Awards (CSEA) are a celebration of WA’s unsung heroes and the organisations for which they work tirelessly.
Athletes competing in this year’s Ironman 70.3 Busselton triathlon can join the TRIUMPH over Muscular Dystrophy Team.
The next Reference Network meeting will be in Kalgoorlie in May. This regular state-wide meetings provide an opportunity for people with disability, their families and carers as well as sector organisations to raise concerns and views directly with Board members for appropriate follow-up by the Disability Services’ Corporate Executive.
The WA Disabled Sports Association’s (WADSA) Fremantle camp provides a metropolitan beach stay for people with disability.
The purpose of GAAD is to get everyone talking, thinking and learning about digital (web, software, mobile, etc.) access/inclusion and people with different disabilities.
Round up your friends and come down to Eaton Scouts for some awesome team building activities. Work together with your mates to solve problems, develop new skills and strengthen friendships.
The WA Deaf Society in association with the WA Police wants your views on the Disability Access and Inclusion Plan!
Venue: Locally Crafted, 20 Thorogood Street, Burswood, Perth
The Perth French Theatre will present Tempête, a tribute to Helen Keller who became the first Deafblind person to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree, was one of the 20th century’s leading humanitarians and co-founded the American Civil Liberties Union.
Central Park will be transformed into the MSWA Sensory Hub. Step into the space and enjoy hand massages, a live DJ, food samples and more sensory experiences to acknowledge World MS Day, and connect with people living with MS.
Join us on World MS Day for a sunset yoga class with the Queen of Hip Hop Yoga, Kaye Waterhouse. All funds raised go directly to assisting MSWA to provide support and services for people living with MS and other neurological conditions in Western Australia. Cost = $10