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Newsletters

June 2016 newsletter

It’s been a great start to the year, with more people choosing Rocky Bay to provide support for their families living in shared accommodation, the move of Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus Association of WA to Rocky Bay, and further expansion of our programs and services across WA.
For even more stories, please visit news, events and stories.

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November 2015 newsletter

There are so many inspirational people discovering abilities across Rocky Bay. We want to share with you their amazing stories and the many exciting new projects supporting them.
With limited space this newsletter gives a snapshot of the latest news across the bay. For the full stories visit news, events and stories.

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May 2015 newsletter

There are so many inspirational people discovering abilities across Rocky Bay. We want to share with you their amazing stories and the many exciting new projects supporting them.
With limited space this newsletter gives a snapshot of the latest news across the bay. For the full stories visit news, events and stories.

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May 2014 newsletter

We have the technology!  On 13th June, a  young paraplegic Brazilian will stand up from a wheelchair to kick off the 2014 Soccer World Cup.  Read this story and others throughout the newsletter to see how Rocky Bay’s Therapy and Assistive Technology teams are continuously looking for better ways to use technology.

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November 2013 newsletter

75 years is a pretty spectacular achievement and Rocky Bay went all out to celebrate this fantastic milestone!
On 1st September in our Mosman Park grounds, dignitaries including Governor Malcolm McCusker, our Patron Mrs Tonya McCusker, Premier Colin Barnett and over 750 clients, staff, family, friends and supporters, both past and present, came together for an afternoon of fun filled entertainment and history.

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May 2013 newsletter

If you live in Western Australia, we are giving you the opportunity to experience your ultimate adventure. Choose from Rally driving, White water rafting, Abseiling, Kiteboarding, Swimming with dolphins, Kayaking, Tall ship sailing or Skydiving.

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November 2012 newsletter

Rocky Bay raised a record $31,565 in our two Walk With Me events held in Mandurah and Mosman Park in September. The sun shone on both events as over 600 walkers enjoyed the opportunity to walk with their friends, family and colleagues living with disability.

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May 2012 newsletter

The 2012 Automotive Holdings Group (AHG) Golf Day held at Joondalup Resort in April was a huge success, raising over $152,000 to help Rocky Bay enrich the lives of people living with disability in Western Australia. AHG Managing Director Bronte Howson said the Group’s suppliers, clients and dealerships were to be congratulated for supporting the event year after year.

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November 2011 newsletter

As part of a national event, Walk with Me took place in September, from Rocky Bay grounds in McCabe Street along the foreshore. The unique aspect of this fundraiser is its Ambassadors – our clients. Before the event, participants were able to learn a little about them through the WWM website, and then meet them on the Walk. As Candice Barnes, Channel Nine weather presenter and our fantastic MC explained: Walk with Me brings together people of all abilities in our community, helps to raise much-needed funds and, most importantly, helps break down the barriers to understanding people living with disabilities.

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2010 newsletter

Sailing into success. Genevieve is a 37 year old woman who had a cerebral aneurysm at age 28. Employment Services staff assisted Genevieve gain and maintain the administration position she has held now for 5 years. Genevieve has not let her disability get in the way of living life to the fullest, and this is shown through her interest in sailing.

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