Identitywa supports Bailey to achieve his goals
Bailey lives and breathes fixing bikes…collecting parts from whenever he can, including visiting roadside collections with his Identitywa support worker.
Bailey accesses support from Identitywa, one of WA’s largest agencies supporting people with disability and their families. He regularly stays at one of the three houses which have been established to give individuals and families the chance to take a break.
To assist him in his endeavours, Identitywa has made a shed available to him to store his large array of tools and the many bike parts he collects.
“Bailey is a great example of someone who is highly motivated to achieve a great result,” says Kathy who is responsible for the house and other services in the northern suburbs of Perth.
“He can’t wait to go to the shed after school to start working on his latest project.
“He is very meticulous about what he is doing and we just love seeing his enthusiasm as he puts all the parts together to make a ‘new’ bike.
“He definitely has the talent to be a great handyman when he leaves school next year.”
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