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Events 2019


World Braille Day

Venue: International event.

World Braille Day is celebrated each year to commemorate Louis Braille's birthday.

Peer-to-Peer Networks WA

Venue: To be advised.

Valued Lives is organising three Peer-to-Peer Networks WA events in January.

WA Disability Support Awards masterclass

Venue: NDS Training Room, 12 Lindsay Street, Perth.

The WA Disability Support Awards celebrate the significant contribution of individuals and teams who support people with disability to achieve their goals.


Peer-to-Peer Networks WA

Venue: To be advised.

Valued Lives is organising Peer-to-Peer Networks WA events in February.

LeadAbility course

Venue: Albany (TBC)

Leadership WA is holding a LeadAbility course is for people with disability and people from private or community-based organisations, who are passionate about delivering positive outcomes in regional communities.

Preparing yourself for NDIS

Venue: Newton Moore Education Support Centre, Knight Street, Bunbury.

Guides 4 Sight is organising a two-part workshop in Bunbury.

Parent employment supports information sessions

Venue: Kalgoorlie and Esperance (TBA)

People with disability can take part in suitable, sustainable and meaningful work of their choice when provided with the right employment strategies and supports. With the NDIS currently being rolled out in Western Australia, and an expected full roll out of the scheme by 2019, people with disability - particularly those with significant disability - are now seeking transition to work supports.


Hearing Awareness Week

Venue: Various locations around Australia.

One in six Australians is Deaf, Deafblind, hearing impaired or has a chronic ear disorder. Hearing Awareness Week provides an opportunity to explain that hearing health is an important issue for every Australian.