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Enriching lives through solutions for independence for people with disabilities, older people and carers in Western Australia.
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    Eli Dickenson from Maylands has a new favourite past time: now he is experiencing the fun and freedom of riding his new customised bike, thanks to a grant from the Bayswater & Noranda Community Bank branches of the Bendigo Bank and ...

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    For the first time, people living in the North West who have a disability will be able to experience the freedom of riding a bike that is modified for their needs with the launch of Technology Assisting Disability WA (TADWA)’s ...

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    Bayswater girl Allissa Carbone was born with a developmental and intellectual disability but that doesn’t stop her from riding her very own customised bike thanks to the innovative team at Technology Assisting Disability WA (TADWA) and joint funding from Bayswater ...

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    Adrian has been riding his red recumbent bike since he was a teenager. He regularly rides around the neighbourhood enjoying the fresh air and warm sun. “He loves it!” says his mother Erica who often introduces herself to neighbours as ...

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    Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG) feeding refers to a procedure in which a feeding tube is placed into a person’s stomach to allow food to be fed directly through. This particularly assists people who have difficulty swallowing. TADWA was recently approached ...

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  • 01/15/17--23:15: Shelley’s Story
  • Shelley has a great attitude to life. She lost her leg in motor vehicle accident years ago and has been coming to TADWA over time to help her with her daily living needs. Shelley first came to TADWA a few ...

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  • 02/05/17--23:17: Pat’s Story
  • “Why do you have a disability, people would look at him and wonder,” says Pat’s wife Linda. Before settling in WA with his wife, Pat was in the United States Navy. He was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and only in ...

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    TADWA thanks our volunteers Volunteers are the reason that we can achieve what we do at TADWA. Our volunteers, including members of our Board, sacrifice their own time to help make a difference to the community. Without them, we would ...