What WWDWA Inc Has Been Doing

You may notice that there were no April or May forums. The WWDWA Inc Coordinator and Management Committee have been very busy over the last few months behind the scenes – but the monthly forums are still a very important part of our work and will start again in August.

You may notice that there were no April or May forums. The WWDWA Inc Coordinator and Management Committee have been very busy over the last few months behind the scenes in working on some important administrative tasks to make the organisation run more smoothly.

We have also been busy planning for our big project, funded by the DSC, about telling the stories of our members. We will have more information about how you can be a part of this very soon.

We have also been contributing to the National Inquiry into Abuse and Neglect of People With Disabilities.

But the monthly forums are still a very important part of our work and will start again in August.

Help design a resource for choosing service providers

From WA Individualised Services (WAiS)

Join our World Café – Be part of an exciting NEW PROJECT

Are you or your family currently supported by an organisation?
Are you in the process of choosing a service provider?

WAiS is seeking people to help co-design a resource booklet that will assist individuals with disability and/or their family in choosing a service provider that is right for them.

When: 23 October 2013
Time: 10.30 am to 12.30 pm (including light refreshments)
Where: Room 7, Conference Room,
City West Lotteries House
2 Delhi Street West Perth

Be informed about services. Know your rights.

What do you want and need to know about service providers?
What questions do you need to ask about what they can offer you and your family?
What questions do you need to ask so you can make an informed choice?
What questions do you wish you had asked before starting with a service?
What questions would you advise others to ask?

RSVP: 9420 7252 or k.duff@waindividualisedservices.org.au by 7/10/2013. Please advise us of any requirements you may have to participate.

IBTC – the Big Book of Small Breasts

Shay Webster is putting together a Big Book of Small Breasts and is looking for a diverse range of models to take part in this fantastic project. She wants to make sure she includes women with disabilities in the book.

Shay Webster is putting together a Big Book of Small Breasts and is looking for a diverse range of models to take part in this fantastic project. She wants to make sure she includes women with disabilities in the book.

From Shay:

I am on the hunt for women to be involved in a photo book celebrating small breasts and showcasing the issues that small breasted women face. I am after women to pose from fully clothed to topless, this is up to each individual. I have a range of women already involved, but I would like to add some more women of different ethnic backgrounds (Asian, African American etc), women above the age of thirty, women who have chosen to have small breasts (reductions, drag queen, transgender), women who work in the sex trade, exotic dancers, women who have a disability and possibly even women who have lost their small breasts due to illness or injury.

If you fit any of these bills and are interested in being involved, please email me. I require a photo of yourself, it does not have to be nude, I just need to see what you look like and some details, ie, your name, age and anything else you care to share. I will also require a story. You do not need an modeling experience. There is no payment involved and everyone involved are volunteers.

Please email a.webster@live.com.au. Visit the IBTC facebook page