MANDURAH will be celebrating Disability Awareness Week from December 1-7.
Disability Awareness Week aims to recognise individuals and groups in the community that have made a contribution and align with the commission’s vision.
This year the City of Mandurah in collaboration with the Disability Services Commission is supporting community organisations to run an inclusive program of events designed to engage the whole community.
The pilot project showcases groups that provide inclusive activities and programs for all ages and abilities, as well as giving people the chance to get involved and meet new people all for free.
December 3: Bowling at the Peel Bowling and Social Club.
December 5: BeatAbility drumming workshop and sausage sizzle on the Eastern Foreshore.
Community First’s Ability Arts ‘In Focus’ short film and afternoon tea at the City of Mandurah’s Tuckey Room.
December 6: Activities at the Port Bouvard Surf Lifesaving Club including beach soccer, beach wheelchair, surf lifesaving games, jet ski demonstrations and yoga classes.
December 7: Programs at Mandurah Offshore Fishing and Sailing Club includinf Sail into Life, Fishers with Disabilities and junior sailing.