Disability Services Directory
Wallara has a new Online service for NDIS participants which has national reach right across Australia. With 35 educational and social courses ranging from Money Skills to Music, to Health and Fitness and even Lego and Sports there is something for everyone. And the best part is all you need is an internet connection and a laptop or iPad.
At Proactivity, we know that sport is an enabler for people with disabilities to acquire vital social skills, develop independence, and become empowered to act as agents of change. We offer Movement and Sports programs that teach individuals how to communicate effectively, as well as the ideals of teamwork, cooperation and respect for others. These skills can be transferred into other new arenas including employment and advocacy work further helping to build independence.
Community Links support people with disability, or people with mental health conditions who are not receiving funding through the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and who may require support to link to their local community or apply for NDIS support.
Offers supported adventures for people with a mild to moderate disability, aged between 18-35. These adventures include anything from a day at the beach to weekends away, or group dinners, and aim to enable young people with disabilities to make new connections while reaching their goals.
There is a significant number of people with disability who continue to be excluded from our community and it is up to all of us to change that.
We are working towards an inclusive and accessible society.
Gateways Support Services is a not-for-profit community organisation making a positive difference in the lives of children and adults with a disability or additional needs and their families for more than 20 years.
Jobfind was established in 1998 and is a leading provider of Employment, Training, Recruitment and Post-Employment services having placed and supported more than half a million Australians nationwide. With significant ties to Melbourne from the CBD to Peninsula and Northern Melbourne Metro, we are proud of our 5-star ratings and our commitment to Jobactive, Disability Employment Services, NDIS, Parents Next, Time to Work (TWES) and Career Transition Assistance customers.
ACD supports all families in Victoria with children with disability aged 0 to 18 years old. ACD offers a Support Line, workshops and peer support.
Livewire Online is a free online community powered by Starlight Children's Foundation for young people aged 12-20 (and their siblings) with a serious illness, chronic health condition or disability.
Leisure Options creates barrier-free local, national and international holidays for people with physical and intellectual disabilities.
Tailored relaxing or adventurous holidays for people with all ranges of abilities from the independent to those requiring 1:1 support.
Access Ability Australia seek to implement a community quality management system that assists people with all abilities now and in the future. This is delivered through ‘Access Key’, a customised accessibility guide designed to bridge the gap between enjoyable visitor experiences and a venue or event. The product is delivered in various accessible formats for the convenience of people with all abilities. Learn more on how Access Key transforms the experience of visiting a venue or event through their website.
Our half-day workshops are led by a team of vibrant and engaging presenters, all of whom have lived experience of disability. For those attending, it’s an immersive, entertaining and enlightening experience. Currently offering the workshop online and face-to-face where applicable
The Victorian peak body of women with disabilities that provides training and communities of practice to reduce gender and disability-based discrimination.
A not-for-profit that provides education, resources and mentoring about social inclusion.
Carer Gateway provides in-person, phone and online services and support to Australia’s 2.65 million unpaid carers. By calling 1800 422 737 Monday to Friday between 8am and 5pm, you can talk to a Carer Gateway service provider who will help you access services and support.
The dedicated Carer Gateway website connects you with online support and information.
Our focus at Waverley is to provide meaningful employment to adults with disabilities and ensure they feel like they are contributing to society whilst learning new capabilities and feeling both socially and financially independent.
Established in November of 1984, Waverley Social Enterprise (Waverley Industries Ltd) has been at the forefront of providing structured and supportive employment opportunities for Melburnians with special needs across the three key areas of our business: catering, packaging and assembly.