Exhibition showcase artists many abilities
A LARGE crowd attended the official opening of the ‘My Life My Journey‘ exhibition last week, a collection of work by artists of the Ability Arts Program at Community First, Mandurah.
The exhibition also celebrated the International Day of People with Disability and showcased a variety of art forms including mural work, mixed media pottery and multimedia.
The UN sanctioned day aims to promote an understanding of people with disability and encourage support for their dignity, rights and wellbeing.
Mandurah Coastal Times, 9th Dec 2015
WHILE maintaining a healthy and nutritious diet is important to living a long life, food preparation can sometimes be a struggle.
Someone leaving hospital, suffering after the loss of a partnet, during illness and elderly people might find it more difficult but worry about the affordability of prepared meals.
Community First has provided a range of support in aged care, mental health, disability and employment for more than 30 years and is now the first Meals on Wheels provider in the Kwinana area.
Meals on Wheels delivers healthy three-course meals on weekdays and frozen meals on weekends.
The menu changes weekly and government funding is available in many instances.
For more information, call Community first on 9339 7225 or visit www.cfi.net.au
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