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Robogals Perth is a student run volunteer organisation based at the University of Western Australia and their primary goal is to increase the numbers of females undertaking engineering, science and technology at University.
Using programmable robots, they teach the principles of engineering in a fun and creative manner. No prior experience in robotics necessary!
Kids’ Camps Inc
Kids’ Camps provides exciting fun-filled camps for children (aged 5 to 25) with disability, and has been supporting families and carers for over 30 years. Each camp has a qualified and experienced Supervisor and a number of volunteer support leaders from the community.
Are you interested in a sport? Don’t know of any clubs you could participate in? Here’s some useful directories:
WADSA – WA Disabled Sports Association Inc.
WADSA provides a directory of sports and recreation activities in Perth. They also run sporting events and come and try days.
WADSA also specialises in modified equipment! From Archery to Frisbee Golf and NERF Guns to Remote Cars, WADSA will help with an assortment of activities.
Do you want to get involved in activities in your local area? Do you want more information about local clubs and groups? You can contact Inclusion WA for Recreation Advice.
Inclusive recreation for Australians of all abilities search engine
Disability Services Commission
DSC offers links on recreation and leisure activities.
Care Through Fitness
CTF is a structured gym exercise program catering to those on the Autism Spectrum.
Netball For All
Rockingham & Districts and Wanneroo Districts Netball Association in conjunction with Netball WA and Inclusion WA, have developed a pathway program for young people of all abilities to who want to get involved in netball.
For more information about the program or to register your interest please contact Claudia Etherington on 9380 3700 or at email@example.com.
Focuses on fun and participation, with everyone and anyone welcome to come along and have a go! Click here for the Bellydance WA Flyer.
STARZ Dance Classes
STARZ Dance Classes are for children and teens with special needs. The dance classes combine elements of modern, funk and hip hop dance. The classes are designed to enhance students overall wellbeing and enjoyment!
‘Count Me In’ WA Integrated Football League
This program is in partnership with the West Australian Football Commission, WAAFL, Disability Services Commission, Inclusion WA and Department of Sport and Recreation.
The WA Integrated Football Program provides opportunities for players with an intellectual disability from 16 years of age, to participate in weekly training sessions, fortnightly games and to be totally integrated in all Club events.
Contact Greg Gilbee (WA Integrated Coordinator) on 0419 934 382 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here are some websites you may find helpful. If you think there are some we should add to the list, please let us know.
- Raising Children with Autism
- Therapy Focus
- Parent Power brochure suite
The Parent Power brochure suite has been developed by therapists to assist parents of children with disabilities address common issues and challenges they may face.
- And more useful links (Recreational, Family Support and more)
- Printable Fact Sheet
- Better Access to Mental Health Care Plan
- Chronic Disease Management Plan