Superhero Breakfast | Westfield TTP | 5 July 2014


Calling all Superheros! Join Westfield Tea Tree Plaza for a “Wham! Bam! Pow!” action packed Kids Breakfast raising funds for their charity partner Cora Barclay Centre.

For only $5 per child, receive a breakfast pack (valued at over $20) filled with Muffin Break muffins, a drink, a piece of fruit, colouring in book, vouchers plus much more!

Make sure you come dressed as your favourite superhero – there will be some best dressed prizes to award!

As well as your breakfast pack, kids will be treated to free face painting as well as some very special visits by a few of our favourite superheros!

Places are limited, so make sure you RSVP faster than a speeding bullet!

The Cora Barclay Centre is an internationally recognised service for families with children who are deaf. It was established in 1945 by a group of Adelaide women who had given birth to ‘rubella babies’ who were deaf and/or blind.

These women were pioneers and driven by a passion to help their children learn to listen and speak.

Their legacy of parent involvement and teaching deaf children to speak, remains central to the organisation and its service provision.

The Cora Barclay Centre provides family centred, innovative programs and is recognised nationally and internationally as a leader in deaf education. It is the only South Australian provider of ‘auditory verbal therapy’, which is rated as the best method of assisting deaf children to acquire speech and language.

The Centre provides one-on one therapy for children from birth through to 18 years of age. Services include early intervention with group programs, individual auditory-verbal therapy, music therapy, transition to school programs, parent education and guidance, school support from a team of Teachers of the Deaf, youth social and mentoring program, on site family counselling, audiology clinic and a video conferencing program for children in remote locations including those in remote indigenous communities.

The monies raised by Westfield SA, not only on Givability Day but throughout the course of the year, will go towards building a new Literacy and Resource library, to be built at the Cora Barclay Centre, in the existing roof space.

For more information and to reserve a place visit the Westfield Tea Tree Plaza website.

What:  Superhero Breakfast

When:   Saturday 5 July 2014 | 8am

Where:  Westfield Tea Tree Plaza Food Court | 976 North East Road, Modbury

Who:   Everyone

Image Source: Westfield Tea Tree Plaza

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