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Safe in the community

08-Aug-2017Safe in the community

Safe in the Community

You are invited to a meeting on keeping people with disability safe

The names of the people running the meeting are Jill Mason, Anna Posselt and Jane Rosengrove. 

They will talk with you about:

  1. How to stop people taking your money or taking your things,
  2. How to stop people from hurting you or your feelings,
  3. What to do if people say or do mean things,
  4. What to do when people do not help you when they should,
  5. What to do if people do not listen to you.

Jane has a disability and she will talk about how she keeps herself safe.

Afternoon Tea provided

Catch Bus 24 from St Georges Terrace in Perth

Get off on Nicholson Road after Rupert St in Subiaco

To let us know that you want to come along, go to the website shown below or phone Mary on 9420 7230 on Mondays, Tuesdays or Fridays

https://www.eventbrite.com.au/o/developmental-disability-wa-2046684199?s=46101795

For more information contact:

                Mary Butterworth

                Developmental Disability WA

                Phone 9420 7230 on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays

                mary.butterworth@ddc.org.au

This meeting is being run by People with Disabilities WA,

Women’s Community Health Network WA and Developmental Disability WA.  




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