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?
- Thu, 07 DecCarltonCarlton, 251 Faraday St, Carlton VIC 3053, AustraliaCarlton, 251 Faraday St, Carlton VIC 3053, AustraliaJoin Christine as she shares her story and leads discussions that will help attendees commit to discovering and pursuing the things that 'fill their cup'. What might your passion or interest look like? How do others strike a balance between care of others and care of self? What resources are at
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.