Community Disability Advocacy Project – Online

In addition to the Community Disability Advocacy hubs now operational in Bunbury, Collie, Harvey, Bridgetown and Margaret River, we are launching an online hub with all five sessions delivered via Zoom.  These sessions are particularly suitable for people who may find a face-to-face workshop environment challenging.


People with disability, their families, carers and interested community members are invited to get involved in the Community Disability Advocacy Project online.  This is an opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of people with disability in the South West community, while building skills and experience in self-advocacy.


Delivered by Advocacy WA, the Community Disability Advocacy Project is designed to build community connections to deal with issues that impact people with disability. We aim to build the capacity of participants to self-advocate, and engage with their community.


Advocacy WA assists and supports people with disabilities to achieve social and individual change, empowerment, justice and human rights.  Have your say about how outcomes for people with disability can be improved in the South West of WA. All welcome!   Places are limited, so please book at the links belowJ


(Participants aged 18 – 30 can be paid for their involvement. Please contact me for an application form).


Workshop #1 (Our Story) Thurs 23 March 10am – 1pm


Workshop #2 (Movers & Shakers) Thurs 13 April 10 – 1pm


Workshop #3 (Living the Dream)  Thurs 27 April 10am – 1pm


Workshop #4 (Captain Confidence) Thurs 25 May 10am – 1pm


Workshop #5 (Busi-Body) Thurs 15 June Thurs 25 June 10am – 1pm