Port Hedland respite house construction begins
Construction is set to begin on a $2.8m Pilbara holiday respite home for people with disability and their families, following a sod turning event by Housing Minister Brendan Grylls at Cooke Point in Port Hedland today.
Disability Services Minister Donna Faragher said the facility would incorporate flexible design options and uses, and would be available for day activities and overnight respite.
The development is being managed by the Disability Services Commission and the Housing Authority. The facility will be operated by local disability sector organisation, Empowering People in Communities.
Ministerial media statement
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