All Abilities – Online Community

Where carers and persons with disability can share their tips, knowledge and insight into all things accessible in the local area.

Welcome!

This is online area allows a platform for carers and persons with disability to share their tips, knowledge and insight into all things accessible in the local area. This area allows people to share their stories, mark some awesome local spots via the map and also ask questions.

Get involved and share your knowledge today!

View more information about Disability Services in our City

Accessible Businesses

If you are a business owner or employee and want to find out how you can make your business more accessible and welcoming to customers with a disability, their families and the wider community please read on.

People with Disability have the same right as others to access buildings, facilities businesses and services. The City of Kalamunda is working with local businesses to raise awareness of providing an accessible, inclusive environment for all customers and visitors. The Accessible Business toolkit has been designed to assist businesses to raise awareness amongst staff and outline easy ways to improve access.
Check out more information and resources on our City website

Welcome!

This is online area allows a platform for carers and persons with disability to share their tips, knowledge and insight into all things accessible in the local area. This area allows people to share their stories, mark some awesome local spots via the map and also ask questions.

Get involved and share your knowledge today!

View more information about Disability Services in our City

Accessible Businesses

If you are a business owner or employee and want to find out how you can make your business more accessible and welcoming to customers with a disability, their families and the wider community please read on.

People with Disability have the same right as others to access buildings, facilities businesses and services. The City of Kalamunda is working with local businesses to raise awareness of providing an accessible, inclusive environment for all customers and visitors. The Accessible Business toolkit has been designed to assist businesses to raise awareness amongst staff and outline easy ways to improve access.
Check out more information and resources on our City website

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  • Masonmill

    by MB09, about 1 year ago

    Had a great afternoon at Masonmill. Nice level access,ACROD bays and some for the  aged as well. We enjoyed the irish beer garden as the restaurant was very busy. The guinness was lovely!!!!

    Easy for wheelchair to get in though if dining in restaurant let staff know your needs when you make your booking they are happy to accomodate 

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  • Kurt Fearnley wins prestigious Don Award

    about 1 year ago

    Kurt Fearnley wins prestigious Don Award

    On Thursday 11 October 2018 Kurt Fearnley became the first athlete with a disability to win The Don award, but was typically self-effacing about his achievement, saying he had rolled in the slipstream of scores of Paralympians who had had little or no recognition.

    ‘‘I recognise tonight that I am the first within our Paralympic movement to hold up this prestigious award,’’ he said, ‘‘but I have no intention of self-congratulation. I have to point back behind me to the generations of proud men and women with disabilities who allowed me to become the... Continue reading

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  • International Day of People with Disability (IDPwD)

    about 1 year ago

    International Day of People with Disability (IDPwD) is held on 3 December each year.

    IDPwD is a United Nations sanctioned day that is celebrated internationally. It aims to increase public awareness, understanding and acceptance of people with disability and celebrate their achievements and contributions.

    Information on  events planned, how individuals and organisations can get involved in the day and how to break down barriers (both structural and attitudinal) for people with disability can be found on this website: https://www.idpwd.com.au/

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  • MB09

    by MB09, about 1 year ago

    My husband is a wheelchair user and has a companion card, we found out that the Kalamunda Hotel offers patrons with their carer who have a companion card a meal free for the carer. It was really lovely for us to be able to go out for a meal together. Limited finances mean this is not something we have really been able to enjoy. Now it is something we can budget to do more regularly. I found the staff really easy to deal with they have good communication skills when providing service to someone with a disability. They made no... Continue reading

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