DDWA has a long history of partnerships – statewide, national and international
Some of the partners we work with include:
- Advocacy organisations
- Disability Services – Department of Communities
- Disability Service Organisations/Service Providers
- Government and its departments such as Education, Health, Mental Health, Justice, Child Protection
- Researchers from universities and research institutes
- Support groups
Partnerships: Research projects / Studies / Surveys
Telepresence Robots: How you can get a robot into your child’s school!
Family Support WA workshop 2019.
Inclusion Australia (NCID) Open Letter to the Prime Minister – Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability
Open Letter to the Prime Minister: Royal Commission must be accessible to people with intellectual disability
Family Support WA. Even if you already know what great work Family Support WA provides with individualised person-centred services; they offer much, much more!
EA’s and Family members are invited to enrol for this Graduate Certificate of Education course. Find more details and who to contact:
Therapy Focus provides evidence-based therapy services that help develop skills and build on strengths and grow potential. Learn more here!
The Activ Learning and Discovery Centre (ALDC) is now open at 71 Jarrah Road, East Victoria Park, WA.
Therapy Learning & Communication. This Joondalup-based group provides Speech Pathology, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Psychology and Dietetics PLUS MORE!
This year the Young Australia League are offering a number of scholarships in Western Australia. This includes the Hilary Farrant Scholarship for students with disabilities, plus more! Apply or enquire today.
To find out how you can partner with DDWA, and how we can support your work, call 9420 7203 or email:
Organisational members are defined as those members who are incorporated or unincorporated non-government bodies or other groups, which are engaged in delivering a direct service to people with developmental disability or provide ongoing family support, information or advocacy to people with developmental disability and their families.