All Stars Kids Club to celebrate International Day of People with Disability

All Stars Kids Club. Picture supplied
All Stars Kids Club. Picture supplied

ALL Stars Kids Club, a social club for children with autism and their families, is celebrating International Day of People with Disability on Saturday.

Northern suburbs resident and Channel 7’s Flashpoint host Tim McMillan will host the December 7 event at the Joondalup Family Centre from noon to 4pm.

His son Griff (9) was a founding member of the club, which was co-created by his wife, Jo McMillan and her best friend Cara Fisher, who saw a need for it in the community.

“There are 4.3 million Australians living with disability but there’s still a long way to go when it comes to everyday inclusion,” Mr McMillan said.

“That’s why All Stars is such an awesome club – it gives an opportunity for kids with autism and their families to connect with each other.”

The children will sharing their achievements with the community, including their artwork and will help run stalls on the day.

There will also be an animal farm, Santa, karaoke, chill-out zone and food available.

“Our event is accessible and we encourage all people with disability, their families and carers to come along and join the fun,” Mr McMillan said.

For more information, visit the All Stars Kids Club Facebook or Instagram pages, or go to www.idpwd.com.au.

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