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Meet Portia – Rocky Bay Physiotherapist

27th January 2021

Meet Portia, Rocky Bay’s Physiotherapist based at our new hub in Geraldton. Portia has been with Rocky Bay since 2010, providing support to customers in the form of hydrotherapy, respiratory care, home exercise program development, and falls prevention and equipment prescription. Rocky Bay are very excited to have Portia leading our physiotherapy services at our Geraldton hub! In December Portia obtained her Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) from the University of …

Rocky Bay now in Geraldton

25th January 2021

Rocky Bay are excited to announce the opening of a new hub in Geraldton, which will initially see the delivery of therapy services and support coordination to the greater Mid-West. The organisation’s first regional hub will offer physiotherapy, speech pathology and occupational therapy, as well as NDIS Support Coordination and the development of accessible homes in the future. Rocky Bay CEO, Michael Tait, said the opening of the Geraldton hub …

Emilio’s new-found independence

18th January 2021

Three-year-old Emilio Jimenez-Lozano is now able to enjoy precious play time with his older brother, Javier, riding their bikes together, with a little help from Rocky Bay’s Wishing Tree. Emilio, who receives occupational therapy and physiotherapy services at Rocky Bay, was all smiles trying out his new tricycle at the organisation’s Cockburn Central hub this week, with his mum, Monica Jimenez, proudly watching on. The tricycle was gifted by the …

Meet Penny – Community Team Leader (S.T.E.P)

15th December 2020

Rocky Bay’s Community Team support our customers to build independence and provide opportunities for them to get involved in the community, meet new people and build on their skills. The Stages Toward Employment Pathways (S.T.E.P) program supports customers to find tailored, sustainable employment to match their personal goals, strengths, and interests by getting to know their goals and career aspirations. Penny Bickford leads on our S.T.E.P program as part of …

SafeWA at Rocky Bay

15th December 2020

As an extra safety measure to help keep the community safe and control the spread of COVID-19, the WA Government have announced that mandatory contact registers are to be placed at relevant businesses to assist with contact tracing from 5 December 2020. Businesses required to keep a contact register include: Food and licenced venues (restaurants, cafés, bars, pubs, taverns, nightclubs) Gyms, indoor sporting centres and pools Rocky Bay now have …
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