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UnitingCare West’s disability services are designed to enable us to walk alongside people living with a disability to assist them in achieving the lives they want.
We support people both in their home environment and outside of their home in a variety of ways. The idea of home is different for everyone and UnitingCare West provides support to allow individuals to live in shared housing, to live alone or to live with their family.
Our services also give people the choice to become part of social and recreational centre-based activities, social groups, community activities, or to have the opportunity to explore alternatives to employment.
UnitingCare West can also assist in upholding people’s rights through the Individual Disability Advocacy Service.
This program offers meaningful and structured activities for people who, due to their disability, cannot work over 20 hours per week.
This service provides person-centred support for adults with a disability.
This service provides a range of assistance to families and carers who provide support to a household member with a disability.
This free, independent and confidential support service for people with disabilities, their family members and carers is provided by UnitingCare West and Sussex Street Community Law Service Inc.
The Take Time program supports adults with disabilities to maintain their independence and wellness by participating in community-based social and recreational activities. It also provides respite opportunities for carers.
Uniting Community House provides a social and recreational meeting place for marginalised people in the greater Midland area, through the support of volunteers.