Meet Colin, a young man who loves a laugh, sports, and anything with an engine and wheels. Colin is an accomplished swimmer, set to compete in the Special Olympics this month. He trains every morning at the crack of dawn, and often twice a day. He plays just as hard as he works though - always on the lookout for an opportunity to play a prank on an unsuspecting victim!
It has been three short months since the launch of Inclusion Solutions. The team are working hard on a number of initiatives which sees us supporting various local government authorities such as the City of Bayswater, City of Armadale and the Town of Cambridge. We’ve also been working with a number of state sporting associations and their affiliate clubs as well as associations around the state to create communities that are welcoming of all people.
In August 2017, Inclusion WA opened a new hub to provide more localised support for people living in Perth eastern suburbs.
The first thing that struck me about Paul was how confident, intelligent and personable he really is. He is recognised as a well-known identity in his local area, who always greets and chats with shopping centre staff, however often spoke of feeling socially isolated and with nothing really to look forward to in his life. Even though Paul made effort to contribute to his local community, he had no real meaningful way of connecting with like-minded people.