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Cockburn Care provides a social club at the Jean Willis Centre in Hamilton Hill for people with disabilities.
Services are generally funded by the NDIS My Way program. WA NDIS services do not generally require client contribution. Social club attendance can also be self-funded at a rate dependant on support needs.
Cockburn Community Care runs Social Clubs six days a week with discrete sessions catering for different groups of people. There are sessions run on Mondays and Fridays for people with intellectual disability. The social clubs encourage people to get out and about, maintain friendships, stay healthy and keep their skills. Transport can be included.
The Kwobarup social club caters specifically for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who have a cognitive disability or physical impairment. The social club includes transport and meals and provides a chance for people to get out of the house, make and maintain friendships, pursue their interests and get some exercise. The club runs Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
NDIS - For more information or referrals, please contact WA NDIS on 1800 996 214.
Cockburn Community Care - For further information on the support and care for people with a disability, please email community firstname.lastname@example.org or call 08 9411 3780 weekdays between 8am and 5pm.
9 Coleville Crescent,
Po Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC,
Western Australia, 6965