Disability affects families in different ways.
The following downloadable resources including posters, postcards, voices from the local community and a next steps flow chart, have all been developed as part of the Finding Different Ways project, funded by Disability Services Commission.
They have been created to provide the wider community with some key messages relating to:
- How kids grow and learn
- What to do if you are concerned about a child’s development (growing and learning)
- Who to talk to if your family needs help
- Facts about disability
- Using disability services
Visiting My Mob (Koorliny Djinanginy Moort) is a story about Jay, a boy who has Autism Spectrum Disorder and how he navigates visiting his mob while regulating his emotions and engaging with his community.
Click the image above to download a copy or if you would like a hard copy of the children’s book, please complete the order form.
Click on each image below to download printable posters (A3/A4 size) for you to keep and share in your community.
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Have a listen to community members tell us about child development and help that is available.
If you cannot hear any of the above audio, please try another web browser, or email us to receive an email version.
Looking for your next step?
If your family needs help speak to your doctor, child health nurse or Aboriginal Health Worker and let them know you’re worried. They can help you to get more information from disability services.
Click to download or view the flow chart to see what your next steps are.
You are welcome to download and share these resources, if you have any questions please email Rocky Bay or call on (08) 6282 1900.
You can also phone Rocky Bay on (08) 6282 1900 if you would like to speak someone today.
Finding Different Ways is an initiative of Rocky Bay funded by the Disability Services Commission.
With thanks to…
The people you see and hear are all community members from around Perth and Peel. Rocky Bay thanks them for their generous contribution to these resources. Rocky Bay also acknowledges the artwork featured in the resources, by Binjareb artist Gloria Kearing.