Ability Centre

Established in WA: 1951
106 Bradford Street, COOLBINIA, 6150
1300 106 106
Ability Centre was originally established in 1951 as the Spastic Welfare Association. It was established by a group of dedicated parents who wished to provide support and services for their own children that were diagnosed with cerebral palsy (CP). In 1992 the name The Cerebral Palsy Association of Western Australia Ltd was formally adopted, changing to The Centre for Cerebral Palsy in 2007 and finally Ability Centre in 2015.
Bio last updated 19 Mar 2018

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1st-Activ Foundation$100.1m
2nd-Royal Flying Doctor Service$94.6m
3rd-Ability Centre$64.7m
4th-Telethon Kids Institute$60.6m
5th-Rocky Bay$57.7m
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