Respite Program

Centre-Based Respite Program
at HBF Arena, Joondalup

At PHASE, we are focused and committed to creating a more accessible, inclusive and all-diversity embracing environment for people of all ages and abilities. Our Access and Inclusion Strategic Plan outlines our approach to provide better access and inclusion for people with disability. The Action Plan also provides and benefits a mainstream environment.

Our Weekend Respite Program offers primary carers the opportunity to have time to themselves so that they can perform other duties they may not be able to due to busy schedules. Regular breaks mean that primary carers can recharge and avoid stressing out and burn-outs.

Children who attend our respite program receive individual attention with engaging and enjoyable activities. planned on the strengths of their support plans, focusing on achieving great outcomes for the individuals that attend our services.

We choose to host our services at the HBF Arena in Joondalup because it has some of the best available facilities, such as:

  • Swimming Pool

    The 50 metre competition pool is 10 lane and heated to a comfortable 26.5 degrees.

  • Immaculate Grounds

    The grass areas surrounding the complex makes for perfect locations to hold kids activities.

  • Well Maintained Facilities

    HBF Arena is kept up to the highest standard and has a full range of amenities that you could need.

  • Easily Accessible

    Easy access to shops and train station for our community access and inclusion support needs.

James (pictured) loves LEGO and he loves to build things. We have included in his respite support plans activities that meet his needs.

Our programs run from 9 am -5 pm for full day and 9 am -1 pm for half-day admissions. We promise to work with you to understand what the core needs of your child are. We will then design a plan that includes activities that will achieve the best outcomes possible.

For instance, James (pictured) loves LEGO and he loves to build things. We have included in his respite support plans activities that meet his needs. James has the chance to learn how to work in a team setting, be respectful to other children and staff.

Ultimately, when we get things done, James is a lot happier. We are happy too because we just helped a child get to a happy place.