No waitlist for Paediatric Continence Nurse!

Toddler sitting on a potty surround by teddy bears

Rocky Bay has an exceptional Paediatric Continence Nurse in Rob Dyke. Rob has been a Paediatric Nurse for seventeen years and gained his continence nurse consultant badge in 2015. Rob’s exceptional ability to connect with his young customers and make them feel comfortable, along with his knowledge and efficiency, has seen him become well renowned … Read more

Find your place with Rocky Bay

We are so excited to share with you Rocky Bay’s very first television advertisement for recruitment, appearing on the 9Now digital platform this month!  The ‘Find Your Place’ campaign was created to inspire allied health professionals – who share our passion to enhance abilities and enrich lives – to uncover their potential at Rocky Bay.  … Read more

Meet Ramishka – Clinical Advisor, Speech Pathologist

Ramishka Thilakaratne

We have an amazing clinical team based at our Rockingham hub who support our customers to achieve their goals everyday. Meet one of our passionate Speech Pathologists – Ramishka! Ramishka Thilakaratne has been part of the Rocky Bay team since 2020. She has worked in hospital settings and in the disability sector overseas before moving … Read more

Help shape Rocky Bay’s future holiday program!

A group of primary school aged children having fun

We are very excited to be working in partnership on a community inclusion project with the Presbyterian Ladies College, and twelve of their Year 9 students. The purpose of the project is for the students to: Develop a holiday program for Rocky Bay customers aged 13-16 years old Investigate the opportunity of establishing a Rocky Bay … Read more

Angel makes a difference

Young girl Angel in a white shirt with a 'Kids Helping Kids' logo

Living with a disability can be a challenging road, with many hurdles along the way. The resilience of those living with a disability can be quite extraordinary, and to see the world through their eyes can help build the understanding and respect these incredible individuals deserve. A tale of resilience is exactly what one of … Read more

A passion for support work

Support worker Illeanna is sitting at a table next to resident James

Support workers are the backbone of any disability organisation. Support work can be equally rewarding as it can be challenging, and the commitment and dedication required for this role is something to be celebrated.   Individuals who undertake support work are passionate about making a real difference to improve the quality of life and independence of … Read more

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