Get a sense of support available at Northam Show

Scenes from last year’s Northam Agricultural Show.
Scenes from last year’s Northam Agricultural Show.

DISABILITY service provider Senses Australia is exhibiting at the Northam Show today and tomorrow.

Wheatbelt services manager Carolyn Robinson said Senses Australia provided respite for clients and families.

“Senses Australia supports people with disability of all ages to meet their goals and aspirations through the provision of contemporary and responsive services,” she said.

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“We will be able to offer a full range of disability services, including therapy services, across the Wheatbelt when the NDIS is rolled out from July 1, 2017.”

The disability-focused organisation also presented services at the York Show, which ends today.

“Providing residential respite to the Wheatbelt community is one way we are able to support people,” Ms Robinson said.

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