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Inclusion WA's Professional Development Newsletter
Hello Everyone

It has been another big year for Inclusion WA, lots of big exciting changes within the disability sector and in turn within our organisation with lots more to look forward to in the New Year. With the exciting development of individualised funding within the disability sector and Malcolm Turnbull recently talking about the introduction of individualised funding into the mental health sector, there have been some great developments moving forward. 

We at Inclusion WA hope you and your families having a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! 

Our offices will be closed from Monday 21st December reopening again Monday 4th January 2016. We look forward to sharing another prosperous year with you all, and thank you so much for all your support through the last year.

Jilly O'Brien - Mental Health and Wellbeing.





Developing all communities.

What makes an inclusive community and how do we go about achieving this?

Here we learn about the work that has been happening in the community development space of Inclusion WA and the positive impact it has on individual communities.

Celebrating YDAN's official launch!

The much anticipated YDAN launch went off with a bang early October at the Perth Town Hall.


Annual Report

Inclusion WA's 2015 annual report is now available to view on line

That change I had been looking for.

Nigel is another one of our very unique mentors with Inclusion WA. Coming from an accountancy background, Nigel shares his story of how he found himself in a facilitator role dealing with people instead of numbers.

Community Corner

With social and community inclusion being our organisation's main priority, we wanted to look at developing a section of our newsletter that focuses on locating what is happening within the community right now. 

Here we share  some of the awesome things that will be happening in Perth over the coming months. So if you are looking for something more, check it out!

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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Enriching Communities Through Inclusive Sport and Recreation
Not Just Living, Having A Life.

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