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Therapy services catalogue

20th October 2017

New web page makes it easier to find the services relevant to you. Rocky Bay provides a huge range of therapy services to people of all ages with any disability living in Western Australia. You can now see the full range on our updated webpage which also has filters so that you can search for services by discipline, need or age group.  Try out the new functionality and explore the …

2020 Redevelopment

20th October 2017

Update on plans for Mosman Park site Rocky Bay has a vision of achieving true inclusion, where local communities and people living with disability share services in an inclusive and positive society. Once complete, the new Rocky Bay Centre planned for our current Mosman Park site will empower people with disability and community members to live healthier lives together. We are committed to informing and engaging with the community in …

Accommodation vacancies

15th September 2017

We’re delighted that more people are choosing Rocky Bay to support their families with 24/7 individualised support. Thirteen State Government Group Homes have now transitioned to Rocky Bay so we have some new vacancies. Vacancies Noranda (1 vacancy) • Share with four other friendly residents • Two communal lounge areas, open plan kitchen and dining room • Great location near park and shops • Safe and secure garden, large patio …

Improved rehabilitation, child therapy and technology services

31st August 2017

Extended Cockburn facilities officially opened to support more people living with disability in the South Metro region. Her Excellency, the honourable Kerry Sanderson AC, Governor of Western Australia officially opened stage two of our site in Cockburn this week. We’re so excited that people in this region will now have access to world-class services on their doorstep. Photo above (left to right): Rocky Bay Chairman Graham McHarrie, Dr. Patricia Kailis, …

Visiting my mob – Koorliny Djinanginy Moort

16th August 2017

Children’s book launch – follow Jay, a boy living with autism, in this book created by and for the Noongar community in collaboration with Rocky Bay. Left to right (above): Daniel, Bethany, Peter, Evelyn, Seantelle and Wendy celebrate the launch. Rocky Bay’s ‘Finding Different Ways’ (FDW) project culminated yesterday with the launch of a new children’s book aimed at raising awareness of disability and autism in the local community. It …
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