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    Crisis Care

    Tel (08) 9223 1111

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    Grandcarers Support Scheme

    Tel 1800 794 909

    Charges apply from mobiles

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    Education and Care Services

    Tel (08) 6551 8333

    Freecall 1800 199 383

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    Seniors

    Tel (08) 6551 8800

    Country 1800 671 233

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    Carers

    Tel 1800 007 332

    8am - 5pm Monday to Friday

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    Women

    Tel 1800 199 174

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    Parents

    Tel (08) 6279 1200

    or 1800 654 432

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Bright stars: WA youth shine

Aboriginal teenager James Clarke topped a group of inspirational young people awarded for their contribution to Western Australia. more

Kimberley woman named WA’s top senior

Kimberley woman Maureen Angus has received the highest accolade at the WA Seniors Awards. more

Top line up for youth awards

Inspiring young people announced as WA Youth Awards finalists. more

connect October 2014

Local government reform, WA's top youth and seniors, recognition of volunteers and training for elected members feature in the October issue of connect. more

Winners crowned at circus celebration

WA Children’s Award winners recognised at carnival ceremony under the Big Top. more

Children treated to smorgasbord of events

Children’s Week celebrations kick off with a Family Fun Day at Whiteman Park, Perth. more

Grants support Seniors Week fun

A Seniors Week ball in Mandurah, a Kimberley cultural boat trip and a Beatles tribute concert in the Wheatbelt are just some of the events made possible by the 2014 Seniors Week Community Grants Program. more

Queensland council visit explores collaboration

The Department of Local Government and Communities is exploring new ways to boost collaboration between councils and community groups following a visit from representatives of Queensland’s Logan City Council. more

Seniors to make savings with Discount Directory

WA Seniors Card holders who pick up a copy of the latest Seniors Card Discount Directory will have access to information on more than $1,000 worth of State Government concessions and business discounts throughout WA. more

WA's first telephone helpline has been launched to help tackle elder abuse.

Elder abuse is the exploitation of older people and it can take many forms. Find out more