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Inclusion Insight
Inclusion WA's bimonthly newsletter
September/October 2015
Hello Everyone,

Happy Mental Health week to you all!

Mental Health week aims to celebrate people's mental wellbeing whilst helping to reduce the stigma associated with the term 'mental illness'. We hope you have all had the opportunity this week to take the time to figure out what mental health really means to you as an individual. This is something that we as an organisation talk about often, finding what it is that aids you in the process to find your own wellbeing.

This month's newsletter is jam-packed with loads of fun as well as some serious conversations. As always we have some positive stories about the amazing people we work alongside, as well as some updates from what’s going on behind the scenes. This newsletter is about celebrating people's achievements and small wins, an approach we should all take in our own work and personal lives.


Jilly O'Brien - Mental Health & Wellbeing

What is Mental Health?

As we sit smack bang in the middle of mental health week an important question we have to ask ourselves - 'What does Mental Health mean to me?'


YDAN launch event, not to be missed!

The Youth Disability Advocacy Network (YDAN) is delighted to invite you to attend their official launch event.

When: Friday 9th, October 2pm – 4pm

Where: Perth Town Hall, Corner of Hay and Barrack St, Perth

Who: Members of the Youth Disability Advocacy Network, special guests and general members of the community welcome

Bonus: Afternoon tea provided

To register for the event please click on the link below and follow the prompts. Look forward to seeing you there!

Showing your good side on public transport

For thousands of people in Perth, public transport is a way of life. It connects us with places and grants freedom and independence to so many who don't, or can't drive. Here we talk about not only the benefits, but a way of life.

Esham's story

Here we listen to Esham's story with Inclusion WA and how a few minor life changes have aided him in making some real progress moving forward from bankruptcy and finding his new life calling.

Always worth coming back to.

Meg is one our many dedicated employees who is committed to a life of helping others. Here Meg shares her time spent with Inclusion WA and without Inclusion WA, and what it was that made her come back after leaving for other avenues. 

Inclusion WA Partners and Supporters
Inclusion WA works in partnership with many government, corporate and community organisations to achieve social inclusion.

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