Come on Board!March 14th, 2016
Therapy Focus’ Board of Directors is currently seeking expressions of interest from people with a personal experience of disability to join them on the Board.
Freemasons give Ryan new wheelsMarch 11th, 2016
8-year-old Ryan McCarthy can now enjoy rides through his local neighbourhood thanks to a modified tricycle donated by the Freemasons.
People’s Choice Award nominations now open!March 4th, 2016
The Parent Reference Group is inviting Therapy Focus clients, their families and carers to formally acknowledge Therapy Focus employees who have gone ‘above and beyond’ by nominating them for the 2016 People’s Choice Award (formerly Parent’s Choice Award).
Westfield helps PEBBLES hit the roadMarch 3rd, 2016
The specialist team from Therapy Focus’ PEBBLES continence service will be the first team to conduct regional visits in the new community outreach van.
Eye gaze technology gives Zeedy a voiceFebruary 29th, 2016
A revolutionary communication device controlled by eye movement is helping 5 year-old Zeedy Nichols find his voice and communicate with the world around him.
You’re hired! Finding employment after schoolFebruary 23rd, 2016
17 year old Sam Linnegar is proof that school leavers with disability can land a job with forward-thinking organisations that truly value their contribution.
Marshall by name, martial by natureFebruary 8th, 2016
13 year-old Marshall Frankis is a new man since receiving funding for martial arts lessons through Therapy Focus’ GIVE Program and the Barrows Foundation.
Fund continues the work of Barrows FoundationFebruary 1st, 2016
Therapy Focus’ new charitable gift fund, the Barrows Fund, is now open for applications. The fund assists with the purchase of items, activities and services up to $1000 that promote inclusion, participation and independence of people with disabilities and their families.
Ukraine provides learning opportunityJanuary 29th, 2016
At Therapy Focus we encourage employees to take up volunteering and secondment opportunities that support professional development and enhance organisational knowledge.
Club gives teens a creative outletJanuary 13th, 2016
A joint program between Therapy Focus and Morley Sport and Recreation Centre is helping teenagers with disabilities gain confidence and develop social skills while exploring their artistic side.