Achieve new goals, learn new skills and meet new friends. We support you to continue to live your own life, setting new goals and reaching new milestones along the way.
Disability services for adults with disabilities aged 36 - 55 years
We can help you to achieve and maintain a level of independence in your own home through our shared and independent living options.
Home and Community Care
Home and Community Care provides support to people living with disability to maintain independence in their own homes.
Activ provides meaningful employment to more than 1,000 people living with disability across metropolitan and regional Western Australia. Employees work in a team environment and are encouraged to develop their skills and abilities in a modern working facility. Through ongoing support from our professional and dedicated staff, employees are encouraged to work towards achieving their personal goals.
People, Skills and Community
Activ’s community and lifestyle supports promote participation in everyday life and provide customers with the opportunity to try something new, Meet new people and develop their independence.
The Activ Library is a knowledge centre for disability information in Western Australia. The library has more than 8,000 items including books, DVDs, training materials and journals, with a strong focus on intellectual disability and autism.
Activ Pathways, our registered training organisation, delivers nationally recognised courses and qualifications enabling participants to develop their work skills and increase opportunities for rewarding employment.
Respite services allow carers of people living with disability the opportunity to recharge, relax or attend to other commitments while also providing people with disability the opportunity to meet new people and try new activities.
Our friendly team is ready to answer your questions about children services. Get in touch on (08) 9387 0555 from 8:30am - 4:30pm Monday to Friday. Or, you can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.