Link October 2018 Volume 27 Issue 5 - Page 58

Send your social pics to editor@linkonline.com.au with a caption and short description of the event. World Continence Week The Continence Foundation’s outdoor dunny was a big hit at the Australian Local Government Association (ALGA) National General Assembly in Canberra, held during World Continence Week from June 18 to 24. Pictured below are ALGA President David O’Loughlin with the Continence Foundation’s Ann Hudson in front of the dunny, which was handcrafted by the Tuggeranong Men’s Shed, part of the Australian Men’s Shed Association. Inclusive Play Space Access and Inclusion Strategy. The City of Rockingham in Perth The centrepiece of The Harbour recently opened an inclusive Playground is an ‘underwater cave’ play space called The Harbour with a giant octopus (pictured above). Playground. Located on the Secret All areas of the cave, including the Harbour Foreshore, the new tunnel are accessible and offer playground has already proven to be a range of play pieces including a hit with the community. The project seaweed ropes, slides and a giant was an action in the City’s Disability whirlpool net. A more inclusive city Twenty staff members at the City of Canterbury Bankstown in Sydney recently completed Auslan training, as part of the Council’s Disability Inclusion Plan. During the seven-week course, staff members learned the alphabet, numbers, simple phrases and greetings, and how to sign amounts of money. Pictured are: (standing) Bianca Luks with (sitting L-R) Turkan Aksoy, City of Canterbury Bankstown Mayor Khal Asfour, Sandra Loyala-Sandoval and Jacob Steuart. 58 social scene linkonline.com.au