Needs of people with disability in Wheatbelt to continue being met with opening of new Senses Australia centre in Northam

Disability Services Minister Stephen Dawson.
Disability Services Minister Stephen Dawson.

DISABILITY Services Minister Stephen Dawson will open a new Senses Australia service centre in Northam tomorrow.

Senses Australia’s chief executive Lisa Brennan said the hub would ensure the needs of people with a disability would continue be met in the Wheatbelt region.

“Having more than 50 new clients transitioning from Ability Focus, when they ceased operations in 2016, and with the acquisition of Amelia House in York, our regional footprint has increased throughout the Wheatbelt,” she said.

“Our new hub will enable our clients to have access to an integrated service, enabling us to address local community needs.”

For more information, visit or call Senses Australia on 1300 111 881.

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