Are you missing your weekly community activity centre activities at the Perron Centre? We’re missing you too, so we’re thrilled to offer your favourite activities online. Whether it’s pottery, mosaics, quizzes or a chat, we’ve got you covered. Have a look below at the full list with session times and details. We hope you’ll come…
Category: Be Empowered
We’re now offering our Online Group Therapy program. This is for children aged up to 12. Sign up for as many sessions as you like.
We have a structured timetable and the groups are small so you can interact with your therapist as well as other participants.
Naturally, we’d like to spend more time with our children but a period of enforced isolation with no end in sight can test any parent.
If you view it as an opportunity to embrace new experiences and forge stronger relationships, you may well be pleasantly surprised at how much you enjoy this time together.
It’s a fast and furious game and not for the faint-hearted. You’re sure to receive knocks and bruises and there’s a fair amount of drama involved. Welcome to the world of inclusive sled hockey. And at the helm of this club locally, Kylie Forth, a world champion sailor from Perth who enjoys adrenaline, both on…
Surely there is no better way to celebrate World Health Day, than to focus attention on the many positives of keeping physically fit? This is especially true with the current pandemic which is leaving many of us feeling isolated.
VisAbility is delivering a new program aimed at empowering parents to encourage effective communication and interaction between themselves and their child.
‘It Takes Two to Talk’ produced by Hanen offers practical guidance and support and includes home visits.
When it comes to leadership sometimes two heads are better than one.
Just ask joint team leaders Annie Waugh and Laura Hawkins at VisAbility’s Children and Youth Services, North and East Teams.
Find out why their job share is so successful.
New technology is keeping children busy. So much so that at VisAbility we’ve noticed a decline in sporting participation.
Now we’re on a mission to change that and have set up a Sport Steering Committee to encourage greater sport involvement among the blind and low vision community.
The WA Blind Golf Association is at risk of closure because of dwindling numbers.
Now there’s a drive to encourage more blind cricketers to the sport again. Free introductory sessions are planned fro March.
Do you know about our Exercise Physiology service we offer at VisAbility?
One client who’s a regular to our Exercise Clinic is John Griffiths or ‘Griffo’ as he likes to be called.
Kane Perris, VisAbility Therapy Assistant has designed a special program for him to improve his muscle mass for better movement and function and John is reaping great results.