To support people with disability and their families through a range of services, supports and community awareness maintaining a specialty in cerebral palsy. To be the leading provider of quality services to people with disability in Western Australia.
Enabling people living with disability to live the life they choose.
For all Perth metropolitan offices, Ph: 08 9387 0555.
Albany: 11 Minna Street, Centennial Park, WA 6330 (Ph: 08 9841 4411).
Bunbury: 16 Beddingfield Street, Davenport, WA 6230 (Ph 08 9726 0190).
Busselton: 43 Cook Street, Busselton, WA 6280 (Ph: 08 9752 3213).
Esperance: 11a Shelden Road, Chadwick, WA 6450 (Ph 08 9071 1943).
Geraldton: 4/114 Sanford Street, Geraldron, WA 6530 (Ph: 08 9921 3477).
Kalgoorlie: 1A Outridge Tce, Kalgoorlie, WA 6430 (Ph: 08 9021 2537).
Provides systemic and individual advocacy to support the rights of older people and people with disabilities. Advocates empower clients with information and provide options so they can make decisions based on well informed choices.
Alinea (formerly Spine & Limb Foundation) is a NDIS provider that operates a wide range of services, from Residential Aged Care, Supported Employment, Recreation Services, Home Care Services, Independent Community Living Support, Occupational Therapy and Peer Support.
Peer support is provided for people who have undergone amputations and people who have experienced limb loss.
The AMPS & Associates program enables networking opportunities with peers and referrals to services within Western Australia and nationwide. Scheduled meetings provide a forum to link external support providers with members, strengthening connections whilst sharing current information.
Individualised one-off visitations can also be arranged upon request from an experienced Peer Supporter. This support is offered prior to an operation, post-discharge, or later on in life when individuals feel they need support from an experienced Peer Supporter who has had a similar experience.
The ChildLimbs program, aims to support families with children who have acquired or were born with limb differences.
The main objectives of this program are to provide a social framework, peer-support and community inclusion to our members and their families. Programme events and activities include the ‘Living Loud day’; an annual event is held at various locations such as the Zoo, AQWA, Kings Park, BOUNCE etc. and includes entertainment and guest speakers.
To provide new or potential amputees with the opportunity to meet a fellow amputee who will listen, provide inspiration by example and impart information in a non-advisory empathetic and confidential manner. Peer Supporters are trained.
Provides support systems for people with Angelman Syndrome, their families and anyone associated. Aims to educate families, medical and educational communities and other interested parties about diagnosis, treatment and management.
A support group for families with a brain injured member undertaking various rehabilitation treatment programmes and subsidising approved alternate therapies. Provides equipment, incontinence pad scheme and family support.
APMA provides advice, assistance and advocacy as the voice of Australians living with chronic pain. We work with governments, health clinicians, researchers and the community generally to deliver evidence-based pain-management services and ameliorate the person and economic impact for people living with severe pain.
Advances the personal development, equality of opportunity and community participation of people with autism. Provides direct intervention, consultancy, professional development, employment services, group homes, respite and early intervention services.
Providing parents, family members and carers of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and those awaiting diagnosis of ASD, a forum to give and receive support through the mutual sharing of experience of raising and caring for an individual with ASD.
For young people to engage successfully with their community they need opportunities to build self-esteem, social skills, independence and confidence.
Using a strength-based approach, we facilitate social groups for kids and young adults on the spectrum who are aged between 10 to 30 years of age. In our social groups, our members connect and build friendships whilst engaging in activities that interest them. They also learn new life-skills such as computer coding, public speaking, art and film-making.
We’re also here for you and your family. Autism West is a place for you to develop your own support network and connect with other families. You can take advantage of our information resources and education opportunities, including our annual Autism West Symposium. And our advisory services will help you work out where to go and who to turn to for the support you or your child needs.
Our partnership with Curtin and Deakin Universities has resulted in a ground-breaking new autism therapy app called TOBY (Therapy Outcomes By You), a groundbreaking early intervention app designed to teach parents how to easily embed autism therapy into their daily routine. The play based activities are aimed at 2-4 year old children with autism.
An Aboriginal and TSI Support Group for parents and children with Austism and other disabilities. Aims to support and inform about services, educate, and advocate. The group runs monthly meetings, school holiday programs, cultural activities and cultural camps that run twice a year.
Preserves hearing, prevents deafness and provides assistance to adults with a hearing loss by conducting lipreading classes, training lipreading teachers, providing information, encouraging research and improving quality of life for the hearing impaired.
A support group to parents and families of any disability. We meet monthly but hope to grow in size in order to be able to service many more families and children in our local region.
Social connection, information and education for people with low vision and blindness.
Postal address: PO Box 101 Victoria Park WA 6100
Offers support for families with children on the autism spectrum. Aims to reduce isolation and raise awareness in the community as well as helping families share information, support each other and make long term friendships. Encourages kids to develop social interaction, explore their senses and learn new skills. Educate families in regard to what support is available in the community.