Who We Are
Over 25 years ago, a group of parents got together to find a better way of helping their children with Cerebral Palsy. They wanted close connections and long-term relationships, knowing this would give their children the best chance of growing and thriving in an ever-challenging world.
Today, we carry on their legacy as a small NDIS Service Provider that also offers our community a range of free services the Government doesn’t fund.
Can I contribute?
Over 50% of people with Cerebral Palsy don't have any NDIS funding. But they still have needs and life challenges, so we designed a range of free services to bring everyone into 'our community' (eg Online Support Groups, Tribe (socialisation skills) etc.
Your donation helps fund these valued (& free) services. We sincerely thank you.
Can we make a difference?
Your Choices is our complete support program that translates your needs into a personalised program. Every program is distinctly about you and what you need to live a full and fulfilling life.
Whether it's in-home support, supported living, support co-ordination, in-home nursing, group activities or plan management, we match you with a dedicated support manager and team.
What does help look like?
Our network includes interested groups (like us!), other Providers of goods and services plus a range of Allied Health Professionals - people that also want to help connect, serve and give back.
It’s made us stronger and for our clients, the feeling of accessing a large company’s services with the intimacy of a neighbourhood parent’s group.
What can we help with?
Over 25 years ago, a group of parents got together to find ways they could better connect and serve the needs of their children with Cerebral Palsy. They wanted close connections and long-term relationships with those who could help them. They knew that would give their children the best chance of growing and thriving in an ever-challenging world.
Today, we carry on their legacy as a small NDIS Provider that also offers a range of additional services the Government doesn’t fund.