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Mandurah Playgroup for Unique Little People

A new playgroup has been founded in Mandurah to help children of all ages learn valuable skills during play. Play 2 Talk meets monthly to provide support to local carers and families from our city and surrounds with unique little people in their lives who have difficulties communicating and socialising.

Play 2 Talk also offers a Facebook location for carers and families to connect in a safe environment. Search using the playgroup's name. Alternatively, email Play2TalkSocial@gmail.com to get in touch with organisers Amber or Nicole.

Play 2 Talk is not a professional service and does not offer advice or endorse any product or service. It is a group of peers that come together to offer encouragement, listen to and share stories in a positive, supportive and safe environment.

What's New

  • New Director General appointed for Education

    Ms Lisa Rodgers has been appointed new Director General of the Department of Education in news confirmed by Education and Training Minister Sue Ellery. Riverside ESC extends congratulations to Ms Rodgers and looks forward to her input and direction for schools in WA during 2019 and beyond.

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  • Afternoon Tea for Positive Partners

    An afternoon tea is made more special when people come together for a purpose. And so it was that on Tuesday 30th October parents and carers of students attending Riverside ESC came together at the school’s invitation to meet and share something of their experiences.

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  • Abilities Expo - Planning Your Future

     The Abilities Expo "Pathways to the Future - Planning for Success" is for people of all ages with disability, their families and carers who want to know more about the services they can access and the organisations that provide those services.

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  • Secret Harbour Cricket Opportunity

    Secret Harbour Dockers Cricket Club has established an all-inclusve program for kids with a disability to learn new skills and play Australia's favourite sport. The Woolworths "Cricket Blast" program is open to all boys and girls. It's a great way to start the cricket season of 2018-19.

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