On Monday 29th June, People With disabilities WA (PWdWA) and Developmental Disability WA (DDWA) co-hosted a forum that focused on a report released earlier this year entitled ‘Behind Closed Doors: Preventing Violence, Neglect and Abuse against West Australians with Disability’. The authors of the report, Samantha Connor and Ben Keely, presented key issues that were raised in the report, which delved into the history and current-day state of the disabilities and health services industries in Western Australia.
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Inclusion WA and the Youth Affairs Council of WA are offering FREE training to Youth Workers as part of National Social Inclusion Week.
Do you work with young people in WA? As part of Social Inclusion Week, Inclusion WA and the Youth Affairs Council of WA have teamed up to offer some fantastic training for Youth Workers.
John Armstrong spent some time delivering workshops in partnership with Inclusion WA and Identity WA during April. He delivered 2 x two day Social Role Valorisation workshops (Towards a Better Life), and a one day workshop (Putting the Right Values into Actions). During the week over 90 people from various human service organisations were able to come and work with John to understand some key principles and strategies that could lead to better lives for devalued people.