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Inclusion WA's E-Newsletter
December 2017
Hello Everyone

The end of another year is upon us, and a wonderful year it’s been. During 2017, as you’ll be reminded below, we’ve opened an office in Midland, launched Inclusion Solutions  and supported an increasing number of people to live a life of their choosing. We’ve got more plans for next year, which I look forward to sharing with you, but for now stay safe and happy during the festive season.

Please enjoy this edition and as always, feel free to engage, discuss and share your own experiences with us.

Warm Regards,

Chief Executive Officer

Community Corner: Nov 2017

Community Corner invites you to check out current events in your local community across Perth.

From work opportunities in mental health, to english conversation clubs, markets and gaming for all, there really is a wide array of events happening to cater all interests.

Inclusion Solutions Update: Nov 2017

It has been three short months since the launch of Inclusion Solutions. The team are working hard on a number of initiatives which sees us supporting various local government authorities such as the City of Bayswater, City of Armadale and the Town of Cambridge. We’ve also been working with a number of state sporting associations and their affiliate clubs as well as associations around the state to create communities that are welcoming of all people.....


Eastern Hub Update: Nov 2017

In August 2017, Inclusion WA opened a new hub to provide more localised support for people living in Perth eastern suburbs. In having a physical space in the local area we are in a much better position to provide more tailored support for people we work alongside; whilst also providing more opportunities for staff working in the area to know each other....

Paul's Story

The first thing that struck me about Paul was how confident, intelligent and personable he really is. He is recognised as a well-known identity in his local area, who always greets and chats with shopping centre staff, however often spoke of feeling socially isolated and with nothing really to look forward to in his life. Even though Paul made effort to contribute to his local community, he had no real meaningful way of connecting with like-minded people.

Check out how Inclusion WA staff assisted Paul with his goals..

Staff Profile: Kristee Jolly

A little bit of fun information about one of our valued staff members..

Name: Kristee Jolly

Current Role: Inclusion Consultant

Previous Role: Member of the Community Development team at the Shire of Toodyay

Favourite pastimes and hobbies: In the summer months you will find me at the beach with my stand-up paddle board or volunteering at my local surf club. During winter, I spend my weekends playing field hockey, cheering on my beloved West Coast Eagles or watching the Perth Thunder in the ice rink. Outside of sport, I am massive foodie and I love finding Perth’s best breakfast spots.

Favourite cartoon character: Simba or Moana.. I am a Disney kid!

Favourite food: Oh, don’t make me chose! Let’s just leave it as a favourite meal.. breakfast.

What are you passionate about? I am passionate about developing communities. After spending most of my years in a small country town, I have a strong sense of gratitude towards community volunteers and how having a valued role in a community can have such a positive effect on your life. I am passionate about helping people find the same love for community as I found in Toodyay.

Anything else you feel we should know about you? I am a proud mum to a furr-baby named Ivy. She is cross-eyed and to anyone who isn’t a fan of cats, I am sure she could challenge the way you feel cats after you meet her.

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