Westcare's 5th Annual Breakfast 2012 supporting IDPwD
03 December 2012
Hyatt Regency Hotel
99 Adelaide Terrace
We are delighted to Support
International Day of People with Disability (IDPwD)
Welcoming Epic Arts first appearance in Australia
Monday 3rd December
7:30am - 9:30am
Hyatt Regency Perth
99 Adelaide Terrace, Perth WA 6000
Count yourself in and purchase a Ticket!
Single Ticket: $88 per person
Table of 10: $900
Sponsorship Table of 10: $1,500
Event Sponsorship: $2,800
Count yourself in and sponsor this event!
Lotterywest have funded FREE tickets to enable people with a disability plus 1 carer to attend
Phone: Krystie 08 9443 3468
This will be a memorable experience, enjoy;
A delicious 2 course breakfast.
A chance to hear and share inspirational speakers.
Professional and social networking.
Wheels for Hope will proudly giveaway 2 wheelchair friendly vehicles.
Inspirational entertainment from Epic Arts,Cambodia.
Presentation of Dr Alan King Westcare Grant
'You'll be infected with a high dose of enthusiasm and positive energy'
Epic Arts is a not for profit organisation established in 2001. Coming all the way from Cambodia Epic Arts aims to promote empowerment, integration and acceptance of people with disabilities through art, dance and music programs. Epic Arts Cambodia uses breakdancing, hip hop music and contemporary arts as a creative outlet to build a promising future for educational opportunities and become positive role models in the disability community. They offer something unique and different where sign language is used displaying expressive dance movements and stories that accompany their dancing bodies.All Epic Arts students are deaf. Everyone participates, everyone is respected and everyone is on an equal level. The students immediately create a positive vibe; the awe of onlookers is obvious as they marvel at their ability to perform in wheelchairs, or with no hands. Everyone has something special to offer so adaptions are made wherever is necessary to ensure everyone feels included and valued.
Let Australia give them a loud round of applause and ‘deaf clapping’, where you shimmer your hands over your head!
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