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We are an inclusion studio transforming lives, hope, comfort, and compassion. We are transforming and changing 100’s of lives in many meaningful ways – and making a difference to their quality of life
Celebrating Abilities – not for profit focuses on abilities, not the disability. The program is available to all ages from children to adults and their Carers, parents, guardians, and siblings. We have a unique studio the only one of its kind in Melbourne.
Celebrating abilities, supports anyone with a disability, physical, acquired, and mental health, intellectual or emotional. Aspersers, Autism, ADD, M.S, Down’s syndrome, Cerebral palsy, wheelchair, learn to walk again, stroke, bell palsy, amputee, limbs for life, and much more supporting, rehabilitating, exercising, fun, fitness. Our goal is to support, nurture and develop the well-being with our programs increasing their strength, flexibility, mobility, rehab, confidence, and happiness.
In conjunction with Vibes Fitness, we are committed to providing inclusive training, fitness and well being working with anyone with a disability that wants to improve their quality of life, focusing on Abilities and inclusion. We are reliant on donations with no government funding at the moment.
Did you know? …….Just under one in five people (4.2 million people or 18.5% of Australians) reported having a disability in 2012. A further 4.7 million people (21%) had a long-term health condition that did not restrict their everyday activities. The remaining 60% of the population had neither a disability nor a long-term health condition. For those people with disability, 3.7 million (88%) had a specific limitation or restriction that meant they were limited in the core activities of self-care, mobility or communication, or restricted in schooling or employment. – ABS
You may donate via bank transfer (direct deposit)or shout out.
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or text donation on your mobile to 0400 662 662 HEART to donate to Celebrating Abilities
Bank transfer: Account name: Celebrating Abilities, BSB: 633-000 Account number: 147259659 -Please email us your details once you have done the transfer so we may send you an official DGR receipt that you may use at tx time. Eg. your company name you would like on your receipt amount etc.
For Bank Transfers info above and or SHOUT OUT donation’s please send Margie an email at [email protected] so that we may add the correct information eg: name business name, on your tax receipt (DGR) deductible gift recipient.