Optimising the quality of life for people living with disability since 1938

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Listen to Aboriginal community members speak

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Have a listen to community members tell us about child development and help that is available.

Listen to Ava’s ideas about who to talk to so you can make sure your toddler is doing the best they can Here’s Eddy telling us a bit about what the word ‘disability’ means
Here’s a good reminder from Eddy that there are supports available for families and children Elsie shares her experience of taking her grandson to see a Speech Pathologist (Therapist)
Listen to Elsie share what she did when she was concerned about her grandson George Walley from Nidjalla Waangan Mia in Mandurah suggests what you can do if your little one is diagnosed with a disability
Greg from Nidjalla Waangan Mia shares his thoughts on disability with us Listen to Katie Bennell give some ideas on what to look out for to make sure your little one is ready for kindy
Roger Pickett reminds us that our brains grow the most in the first five years of life, and tells us why you might see a Paediatrician Listen to some Peel community members share some thoughts about disability
Listen to two ladies have a yarn about the first steps to getting some help for your family

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