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Fairbridge Wet 'n' Wild

Fairbridge Western Australia Inc. and Disabilities Services Commission are delivering an exciting “WET ‘N’ WILD” School holiday program. A daily program of activities held mainly at Fairbridge Village, Pinjarra for school age children with disability who meet the Commission’s eligibility criteria for specialist disability services, and who are living with their families and carers. 

The initiative will also support the following groups where there is a family member who is eligible for specialist disability services:

  • School age siblings

  • School age carers, and 

  • Families with school aged children with disability (supporting family members to do activities together)

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL. Dates: Jan 11-15 (for 12-17 years), Jan 18-22 (for 5-11 years)

Click here to view and download the flyer.

 

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