Advocare Incorporated is an independent, community based, not for profit organisation that supports and protects the rights of older people and people with disabilities. Providing advocacy, information and education to:

  • People who receive aged care services and have a concern about the quality of service.
  • People who receive aged care services but are finding it difficult to remain independently at home and would like information on what other services may be available them.
  • Older people (50 years+ for Aboriginal and 60 years+ for non-Aboriginal) who are victims or potential victims of abuse from family or friends.


Anglicare WA: Bridges

Bridges offers community based services to people who have a disability and their families. Committed to providing individualised supports to all people who access services with the aim that each person can achieve the best life possible for them. Clients are involved in all stages of the process, including choosing their support team and taking the lead role in all planning meetings.


Department of Communities – Disability Services

From 1 July 2017 the Disability Services Commission has become part of the new Department of Communities (Communities). Until legislation is changed, the Commission will continue to operate under the requirements of the Disability Services Act 1993.

Under the new Department, the Disability Services team will continue its work to advance opportunities, community participation and quality of life of people with disability, to provide services and supports, and to fund non-government agencies to provide services to people with disability, their families and carers.

Communities also partners and collaborates with disability sector organisations, business and government, and other stakeholders to improve participation, inclusion and access for people with disability across the community.

A number of projects and services will continue to be delivered in order to facilitate better outcomes for people with disability, their families and carers. The team will be working to continually improve processes for disability service providers and build capacity across the disability sector. These include: the WA NDIS, Local Coordination services, the disability justice centre, therapy services, Country Resource and Consultancy, and the administration of Disability Access and Inclusion Plans, required by public authorities.


Rise Network – People with Disability

The great team at Rise are available to provide you with a flexible and individual service to support you in your everyday activities, assisting you as and when you need it.



Workpower, creates a world of opportunity for people with disability, their families, and carers. Working with thousands of people since 1992, making a real difference in their lives.


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