Rocky Bay Disability
Service and Employment

Rocky Bay is a leading provider of disability services, for nearly 80 years, offering choice and independence to thousands of people of all ages living with any disability in Western Australia.


The focus is on quality and service excellence using the latest equipment, innovative social and leisure programs. They work with families and staff to deliver relevant therapies. Their purpose is to

discover abilities which optimize the quality of life for people living with disabilities.


Wheelchairs For Kids

From humble beginnings in 1998, The Wheelchair For Kids volunteer work force has grown to more than 100 workers. They are made up of a group of retired volunteers in Western, Australia who use your donations to make and distribute up to 300 wheelchairs per month to poor disabled children in developing countries. Millions of wheelchairs are needed and everyone makes a difference. They machine, assemble, control the quality, box the wheelchair components and load the boxes into sea containers.  Other volunteers make cushion covers, rugs and knitted toys to accompany the finished products.

For $200 you can give a child the freedom of mobility.

Sheryl Ngunga from Malawi, a six year old born with Cerebral Palsy, is a lucky recipient of this special wheel chair.
Telethon Speech &  Hearing

TSH is a non profit, charitable organization based in Wembley, Western Australia. It’s mission is to enable children and adults with hearing, language or speech impairments to communicate. With a vision of improving the health and wellbeing of all children, it provides services for teaching children with hearing and speech & language impairments to listen and speak. TSH also provides support services to families, adults and care givers.  

Creaney Primary School/ Support Centre

Creaney Primary School is an independent public school with a rich history. The balanced curriculum and strong partnership with parents cater for a student’s academic, physical, and social and emotional needs. Creaney Primary provides a variety of programmes for acquisition of knowledge, skills and values, developing building blocks for students to reach their potential, to become good citizens and to make a valuable contribution to society. 

Students learn acceptance, tolerance and empathy first hand, as they share their campus with the Education Support Centre.

Creaney Education Support Centre caters for students with Special Need. Students have varying degrees of intellectual and/or physical disabilities and/or Autism Spectrum Disorder. Specially trained staff and well-appointed facilities ensure that individualised programs that suit diverse needs of each of our students within a safe and inclusive environment are offered. Students attending the Education Support Centre are integrated into the primary school program whenever possible. The school is also host to a Primary Extension and Challenge Centre where gifted students from around the North Metropolitan area are given opportunities to go above and beyond the curriculum and to develop critical and creative thinking skills. Specialised staff ensure a wide variety of extension programmes are offered which are designed to foster higher-order thinking.