Programs and Services
The Town is committed to providing accessible programs and services to facilitate quality lifestyles for people with disability.
The Have-A-Chat program is an opportunity for young people with a disability aged 18-25 to come together to socialise and enjoy a range of activities. The program is run at the Town's Wembley Community Centre and also includes outings to lots of great places.
The group meets every fortnight on a Tuesday from 5pm-8pm.
Contact the Wembley Community Centre for further details.
Bold Park Aquatic Centre
Everybody’s welcome at Bold Park Aquatic which has been designed for people of all abilities. Whether you’re recovering from an injury, interested in active aging, or a person with a permanent disability our facilities and programs offer something for everyone.
Home and Community Care Services
A number of programs and services offer assistance and social opportunities to eligible seniors to assist in maintaining an independent lifestyle for those with disabilities. Services include:
Cambridge Senior Services is funded to provide assistance to veterans under the Department of Veteran's Affairs Home Care Program.
Individual Disability Advocacy Service (IDAS)
Sussex Street Community Law Service Inc provides an advocacy service to people with disability, their family members and carers. In partnership with UnitingCare West, Sussex Street provides an independent free and confidential advocacy service to people living in the Town of Cambridge.
The service is supported by the Town of Cambridge and delivered at the Wembley Community Centre. For more information please see visit the Sussex Street website.
Disability Access and Inclusion Feedback Form
It's important to the Town to overcome as many barriers as possible to ensure functions, facilities and services are accessible and inclusive for all.
To assist in improving disability access and inclusion across the Town, we'd like to hear your feedback.
Have your say and complete the online form here.
The Cambridge Library is an accessible facility with accessible self-serve loan machines. The Cambridge library also has many large print and audio books including some of the Town's local history books.
The library offers a home delivery service to members who are unable to access the library due to disability or illness, or to a carer who needs assistance.
No 86 Youth Centre
The "Number 86" Youth Centre in West Leederville is a safe, inclusive drop in place for all young people in the area aged 12 to 25 years. For more information about the Youth Centre, visit the website.
For further information visit the Disability Services in Western Australia website or Contact us.