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Down Syndrome WA Playgroup at Warnbro

Down Syndrome WA has advised the creation of a new DSWA South Metro Playgroup. It meets every week on Mondays (excluding public holidays) during Term 2 from 9:30-11:30 at Warnbro Community and Family Centre. 1 Moreton Cres Warnbro.

The playgroup caters for babies and children aged 0-5yrs. It is valued as a very unique support group for parents as well. Activities are therapy-based and tailored especially for those attending on the day, while parents enjoy a coffee, chat, share information and form new friendships. Guest speakers often attend and siblings or other family members (e.g. grandparents) are welcome as well. 

There is also an outdor play area and some healthy snacks for the kids too.

Please let Nikki know if you will be attending Playgroup: nikki@downsyndromewa.org.au

 

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