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Rocky Bay 2018-19 Annual Report now available

11th November 2019

Rocky Bay’s 2018-19 Annual Report is now available! It’s been a big 12 months for Rocky Bay, with many wonderful achievements including the organisation celebrating its 80th anniversary with a Gala event in October 2018. Our locations in the Perth metro area have expanded to include a Hub in Clarkson, the Reconciliation Action Plan was launched which seeks to formalise the organisaiton’s commitment to engage more deeply with Aboriginal peoples, and …

A look down the Kaleidoscope

8th November 2019

Rocky Bay’s The Studio launched their 2019 Art Exhibition, Kaleidoscope, at an event on Thursday 7 November. Taking its name from the optical device that reflects images with different colours and patterns, Kaleidoscope takes a look at the personal interests and strengths of Rocky Bay’s artistic customers, with each piece of art giving an insight into their individual personalities and unique perspectives on life. The exhibition embraces each artist’s individual …

Rocky Bay expands neuro rehabilitation services

1st November 2019

L-R: Alicia Waterman, Rocky Bay Senior Physiotherpist Zhao Teoh, Mandurah Mayor Rhys Williams, and Shane Agnew at the FES Bike launch. Rocky Bay has expanded its neurological rehabilitation services with the launch of the first Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) Bike at our Mandurah Hub. With over $53,000 raised through generous community and corporate donations, Rocky Bay are now able to provide neurological rehabilitation therapy to more than half a dozen …

Rocky Bay A-Z Guide

31st October 2019

A handy new tool in the form of a Rocky Bay A-Z ​Guide has been released to help customers learn more about the services offered at Rocky Bay, and understand how we can support them and their families. The A-Z Guide explains Rocky Bay’s services, from supported and short-term accommodation, to assistive technology, equipment servicing and allied health services (physiotherpay, occupational and speech therapy). You can acces the new A-Z …

Partnership paves way for contemporary disability accommodation

30th October 2019

Pictured: Rocky Bay CEO Michael Tait, Dale Alcock, and Helga, Chris and Toni Catlow. Rocky Bay has joined forces with Dale Alcock Homes in a first-of-its-kind partnership between a builder and disability services provider to construct Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) in Western Australia. The new partnership will see Rocky Bay and Dale Alcock Homes look at a pathway to further develop contemporary and bespoke housing options for people living with …
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