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Changing Places master key access

27th April 2018

Changing Places are quickly growing in Western Australia, with 15 now open and many more planned to be built soon. Most Changing Places are locked with a Master Locksmith Access Key (MLAK), the same key used to lock Liberty Swings. However, a free access key for Changing Places is now available for WA Companion Cardholders, with funding by the State Government of Western Australia. The offer was officially launched by …

Upcoming Events – Dance Parties

27th April 2018

Get out of the house and boogie the night away at Leisure Lifestyle & Learning’s dance parties! 2018 Calendar 8th June – Winter Wonderland theme 10th August – Super Heroes theme 7th September – Ghosts & Ghouls theme 9th November – Jingle Bell Rock theme Entry fee is $10 which includes a soft drink and snacks. All attendees must be accompanied by a carer or guardian. Carer entry is free. …

Rocky Bay Golf Day, a hole in one!

27th April 2018

The Rocky Bay Golf Day at the Royal Fremantle Golf Club was back with a bang in 2018, with the Friday, 13th April event raising $15,000 in support of Rocky Bay. Following a hiatus in 2017, the refreshed event raised funds to purchase crucial therapy and rehabilitation equipment to help people living with disability to live more independent lives. Rocky Bay Chief Executive Michael Tait said the event was a …

Just Married

27th April 2018

Just Married – Lauren and Aiden Long-term Rocky Bay customers, Laura and Aiden, have recently tied the knot! The newlyweds met at Rocky Bay when they were just five and six years old. They both took part in a photoshoot for a newspaper, being snapped with a rocking horse that Aiden’s uncle had built and donated to Rocky Bay. Over the following years, Laura and Aiden attended the same Rocky …

Applications Open: 10165NAT Certificate IV in Assistive Technology Mentoring

17th April 2018

Help others discover greater independence through equipment and technology This course aims to provide participants with the knowledge and skills to perform as an Assistive Technology Mentor. Assistive Technology Mentors assist and support people with disability and/or carers to make informed choices about their assistive technology and home modification needs. Upon successful completion of this course, students receive a nationally accredited Certificate IV in Assistive Technology Mentoring. Qualified Assistive Technology …
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