I have proudly worked with Inclusion WA for 18 months thus far, offering my services to people living with disability via the Recreation Access Program (RAP), Individualised Services, Mental Health Dept, Online Administration Team and partner organisation Catch Music, where I have learned, experienced and enjoyed its challenges and rewards. It is due to my admiration of Inclusion WA’s key ethics, person-centered approach and contribution to changes within the Disability Sector, that I continue to do what I do in hope to become a more influential part of the process.
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Back when I started, seven years ago, Inclusion WA was known as Recreation Sport and Network. It’s safe to say I have seen many changes in my time working within the organisation and have relished watching it grow over the years. To give you a better understanding of this, at my first work Christmas party there were only 15 staff members, and at last year’s festivities there were almost 60 of us celebrating the end of yet again another fulfilling and rewarding year.