PlayAbility's Inclusion Hub opens!
The new play gym, facepainting and craft activities were a hit with the kids on opening day and families were invited to explore the new facility.
PlayAbility's Bega Inclusion Hub at 31 Parker Street was officially opened on October 4. The ribbon was officially cut and a plaque unveiled by Kristy McBain MP and Ella Mary Dunn. Kids enjoyed facepainting and craft activities on the opening day and families were invited to explore the new facility.
Our new Inclusion Hub has three clinic/play rooms, a big room with a kitchen for groups, and a large play gym for supporting gross motor development. We are very proud of this exciting new space and look forward to showing you around.
Much of our work supporting children takes place at school and in the community. However, there are many benefits to centre based supports. In a purpose built room with the child and parent/carer we are able to follow and guide the child’s play, without distractions, and work through strategies with the parent/carer present that we may not have been able to otherwise.
Sessions in the gym are a fun way for children to develop their balance and body awareness. Obstacle courses, swings, games and other apparatus build the strength and confidence your child needs to be able to concentrate better and feel more emotionally balanced.
Talk to your early childhood specialist or therapist about how centre based sessions including play in the gym can be a part of your routine to support your child’s development.
New fence thanks to Club Bega
Club Bega has generously supported the building of the front fence at the cottage with $2500 injection of funds. Thanks Club Bega! We look forward to your ongoing support in the future as other needs arise.
31 Oct 2023
Geoff Johnston, CEO
Official opening the Inclusion Hub - Geoff Johnston CEO, Ella Mary Dunn and Kristy McBain MP, cutting the ribbon and unveiling the plaque.