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Rocky Bay Therapy Professional Services hotline

29th August 2018

We’re always looking for ways to improve so we can deliver the best service possible to you. We’ve listened to your feedback from our recent Customer Survey and have made changes to make the process of booking an appointment with your therapist easier. Rocky Bay now has a dedicated hotline for you to book or cancel appointments, as well as to organise to speak with your therapist. Call our friendly …

Quality Evaluation for Rocky Bay Therapy Services

6th August 2018

Quality Evaluation conducted by Department of Communities for Rocky Bay’s Therapy Professional Services is now complete. Should you wish to receive a summary report of the draft report please contact no later than Friday 10th August: Linda Chiu, Director Clinical Services on 63994100 or email [email protected]

AT Mentoring course underway

31st July 2018

Our latest Assistive Technology (AT) Mentoring group have been hard at work, studying for their nationally accredited Certificate IV with Assistive Technology Australia at Rocky Bay. Andrew, Brooke, Emmanuel, Jason, Jenelle, Joey and Rachael have recently began their course with the assistance of an ILC Grant from the NDIS. From now until June 2019, the group will be completing 17 units of a curriculum developed in partnership with Assistive Technology …

Rocky Bay and St Stephen’s working together

31st July 2018

Our helpful customers Keith, Marissa, Kym and Jackie teamed up with Year 10 students from St Stephen’s School to help organise packages for local charity Vincent’s Project for the Homeless. Vincent’s Project was chosen by St Stephen’s to receive a donation from WA Charity Direct to make the care packages a reality, and thanks to everyone’s help 250 of these care packages will be distributed to people in need. Samantha …

Curtin University research project looking for participants

31st July 2018

A research project is being conducted under the supervision of Dr Emily Castell that explores the decision-making experiences of family members who are legally appointed guardians of people living with an intellectual disability, on issues relating to prescription of neuroleptic or anti-psychotic medication and challenging behaviour. Curtin student are seeking participants for the research project. If you are over 18 years old, are a legally appointed guardian to a family …
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