This trip started north of Perth in Dalwallinu. Here we were greeted by many people with fond memories of the caravan’s visit in previous years.
A busy family of a little one was also able to make the most of our visit by being able to drive 30km to trial a buggy for their daughter, rather than having to drive over 250km to trial it in Perth. Although her therapist couldn’t attend the visit, she will be at the ILC in Nedlands later this week with another client so she is able to view the equipment there.
After Dalwallinu we went south and visited Bindoon. Here we were again visited by a few young families who were also pleased to not have to make another trip to Perth. Check out our Facebook page for some lovely photos of Lauren trialling a seat and power wheelchair!
Today we set up at the Delmoor Centre in Moora in 40 degree heat!! Fortunately there are lots of big gums around the centre that we are using to protect us. Clients started rolling in early with a shire worker looking for an emergency call system for his Mum and a before school visit from a local child.
Last night we were lucky enough to be in town when a touring performance team were in Moora. It was great to see that The Arts are also visiting regional areas!
Tonight we say goodbye to our Lynsey as she heads back to Perth and hello to Sophie as she is initiated into the ILC Country Services! And so the trip continues…