ALL THE WINNERS
particular their siblings, often have to make sacrifices to fit in with the needs of a child on the autistic spectrum,” he said.
“Events by Camp Autism enable these families to form support networks, lessening their risk of feeling isolated.”
The WA Children's Week Awards are convened by Meerilinga and are a celebration of child creativity. Regional winner of Health and Wellbeing Award: Geraldton Primary School. Communities Award for Regional Services: Boddington Early Years Network. Meerilinga Volunteering Award: Corinne Scudder WA Children’s Week ART Awards Winner group, Kindergarten – Year 6: Cherry Court, Buggles Individual Winner, pre-primary – Year 3: Mackenzie Guppy, Burrendah PS Individual Winner, Yolande Frank Years 4– 6: Anika Vrzovski, Perth College People’s Choice: Ruby Stockden
Zoo ranger Magnus, acting Commissioner for Children and Young People Jenni Perkins, Commissioner's Choice Art Award 2015 winner Megan Schutte and Fairy Queen Caroline, Ambassador of WA Children's Week.