The 2021 Mall Walking Awards have been presented. Congratulations to all 2021 Mall Walking Award recipients.
Our CEO was interviewed on Curtin Radio on 7 Jan about our successful program to help todays youth find work with the help of experienced mentors.
COTA WA Shopping Centre Mall Walking Program will close for the Christmas 2020 period.
Our Booragoon Mall Walkers put on a skillful display of Tai Chi at the Melville Mini Man Cave Expo led by Tai Chi master Joe Lai.
Kay joined the COTA (WA) mall walking program in Mirrabooka in early 2017, shortly after her seventy-ninth birthday. Kay, who first started walking outdoors with a group of friends in…
COTA(WA), supported by United Way WA and UWA have designed and delivered Mentoring 2 Work (M2W), a pilot program funded by the Australian government. The program is designed to empower and equip young adults (18-25) with the skills and confidence to find and maintain employment. Older Australians are invited to become mentors.
Our Seniors Exercise program – Strength for Life – dropped by the Merredin Squash and Fitness Centre to congratulate a great centre that has been with us for over 10 years.
Our mall walkers have begun returning to their usual shopping centres and visiting their favourite cafes again.
Many of our mall walkers and programs have kept up-to-date by going online using social media, zoom, skype, emails or even postcards to stay in touch. Recently, with the easing…
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we care for a person at the end of life, as well as how we support those who are grieving. With the current…