Richmond Wellbeing provides a range of courses, training and events to assist you in your professional or personal development.

We offer a number of community and cultural events within supportive and inclusive environments. Grab your family and friends and join us at one of our events today.

We provide specialist, evidence-based training in Recovery-oriented approaches and practice, with a particular focus on the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). We create open learning spaces where discussion and questions are welcome, and participants can explore stories and practical applications.

In addition, we provide corporate training courses that have been co-developed in consultation with contemporary workplaces across a broad range of industries. Our courses are designed to enhance skill, knowledge and attitude in individuals experiencing mental distress, their families, friends, workers and network of supporters.

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Courses and Events

  • Yarning about Disability – Armadale

    Monday, 10:00 am

    Do you or someone you care for have a disability? Come and have a yarn about ‘Disability’ and ‘Mental Health’ with some of our Aboriginal families and others to find out about their stories and the Western Australian National Disability Insurance Scheme (WA NDIS). Faciliated by Vanessa Corunna from Richmond Wellbeing and Wendy Wright from… Continue Reading Yarning about Disability – Armadale

  • Yarning about Disability – Beechboro

    Monday, 10:00 am

    Do you or someone you care for have a disability? Come and have a yarn about ‘Disability’ and ‘Mental Health’ with some of our Aboriginal families and others to find out about their stories and the Western Australian National Disability Insurance Scheme (WA NDIS). Faciliated by Vanessa Corunna from Richmond Wellbeing and Wendy Wright from… Continue Reading Yarning about Disability – Beechboro

  • Yarning about Disability – Pinjarra

    Monday, 10:00 am

    Do you or someone you care for have a disability? Come and have a yarn about ‘Disability’ and ‘Mental Health’ with some of our Aboriginal families and others to find out about their stories and the Western Australian National Disability Insurance Scheme (WA NDIS). Faciliated by Vanessa Corunna from Richmond Wellbeing and Wendy Wright from… Continue Reading Yarning about Disability – Pinjarra

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