Therapists provide support to Christmas and Cocos IslandsJune 15th, 2017
A new agreement between Therapy Focus and the Indian Oceans Territories Health Service has seen two Therapy Focus therapists deliver services on the Christmas and Cocos Islands.
MEAHLS serve up supportJune 12th, 2017
A new service offered by Therapy Focus is providing additional support for people with disabilities who experience issues when eating and drinking.
Jennifer takes Year 12 head onMay 29th, 2017
Year 12 student Jennifer Cartwright has been elected Head Girl of Southern Hills Christian College.
All-abilities footy clinic promotes fun and inclusionMay 19th, 2017
A free all-abilities football clinic run by the Midvale Junior Football Club is giving children the opportunity to learn the basics of the game and make some new friends.
Special seat brings family togetherMay 12th, 2017
2 year-old Nate Shaffer has a new view of the world and is spending more quality time with his family thanks to a specialised corner seat courtesy of Telethon.
Thank you to our volunteersMay 9th, 2017
During National Volunteer Week (8-14 May) we thank our volunteers for their dedication, as it makes a profound difference in the lives of the WA families that we support.
Pilates reformer helps Liam in more ways than oneApril 27th, 2017
A Pilates reformer funded through Therapy Focus’ GIVE Program has kept 17 year-old Liam Hidding on his feet and allowed him to improve his strength and mobility in the comfort of his own home.
New leadership brings new chapter for BoardApril 26th, 2017
After five years at the helm of the Therapy Focus Board, Mr Pete Mildenhall has handed over the role of Chairperson to Ms Fiona Payne, who was formally appointed on 27 March, 2017.
Sunflower Sunday draws bloomin’ big crowdApril 12th, 2017
On Sunday 9 April more than 1500 people descended on Point Walter Recreation Centre to enjoy a day of free entertainment and activities for all abilities as part of our annual family fun day, Sunflower Sunday.
Workplace learning leads to library employmentMarch 29th, 2017
18 year-old Lachlan Smart has landed himself a job as a Library Assistant after impressing his future employer during a work placement.