Access Supports & Employment

Access Supports & Employment offers assistance to NDIA participants who wish to embark on securing a new job, study or volunteering role. Access Supports & Employment strives to provide an individualised and focus driven service, based around the aspirations and personal goals of every client.

Ph: 0434 384 225

Activ Foundation

Provides accommodation, home and community care, recreation, respite, supported employment and transport services to people with disabilities to enable them to reach their potential.

NDIS Support Categories Registered to Provide:
– CORE: Assistance with Daily Life; Assistance with Social & Community Participation
– CAPACITY BUILDING: Increased Social and Community Participation; Finding and Keeping a Job; Improved Learning; Improved Daily Living Skills

Autism Advisory and Support Service

Provides a range of services to support, advocate, help, educate and guide families who have a family member with Autism as well as the greater community.

88 Memorial Ave
Liverpool NSW 2170
Ph: (02) 9601 2844
24 Hour Autism Hotline: 1300 222 777

Cam Can

Cam Can is an organisation that provides individually tailored support to people who have an intellectual, cognitive, sensory, physical or neurological disability. Cam Can assists people with disabilities and their families to create innovative, personalised, flexible and sustainable arrangements that maximise their control over available resources, decision making and choice.

Children and Young People With Disabilities Australia

Children and Young People with Disability Australia (CYDA) is the national representative organisation for children and young people with disability aged 0 to 25 years. 

3/173 Queens Parade
Clifton Hill VIC 3068
Ph: (03) 9482 1130 or 1800 222 660 (regional and interstate)

Community Access Squad

From starting the Community Access Squad in 2015 our team has worked hard to bring together like minded peers (aged 13+) with varying abilities to be able to experience all that our society has to offer. We aim to engage every individual in a focused and meaningful way through community based inclusive outings.

The Community Access Squad embraces diversity and inclusion and we thrive on supporting friendships, developing life skills, and improving personal well-being and mindfulness. Through our pre-planned flexible programming we strive to create events that assist our members who require a little extra help to develop the necessary skills and abilities to access our community to the fullest. We implement choice, control and flexibility by supporting you while you take charge of your life and engage with your community.

Phone: 0401 915 495




Developmental Disability WA

The peak advocacy organisation in WA for people with intellectual and other developmental disability and their families. DDWA supports people with developmental disability and their families to have a strong voice. They partner with others to develop more connected and inclusive communities and influence government and other decision makers.

City West Lotteries House (opposite Harbour Town)
2 Delhi St
Ph: (08) 9420 7203