Supporting you to achieve independence
Our support services empower people living with a disability, mental health challenge or recovering from drug and alcohol dependency by developing their life skills and building their confidence. We strive to help them be engaged, feel valued and emerge driven to achieve their goals.
How we can make your life a little easier
We recognise that everyone is unique, and we all have different needs. But with a little help, we can overcome our challenges – no matter how complex. That’s what Active Support Disability Services is all about: offering valuable support to make every day living easier and enjoyable
Helping with household tasks
- Assisting with personal care
- Transporting you to medical care or recreational activities
- Empowering you to reach your potential
Why Choose Active Support Disability Services
We take the time to get to know you and understand your needs so we can deliver the support services that will benefit you most. Together we can build your independence and quality of life you deserve.
Our supportive team is dedicated to helping people of all disabilities and mental health diagnoses and we are capable of meeting even the most challenging behaviours.
Our goal is to equip you with the tools to achieve independent living and become active in your community.
About your disability support services funding
As a registered National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provider, you can access our accommodation and disability support services through your NDIS funding plan. We can support you to get the most out of your plan so you can live the life you want.
Ask us which services you can access with your NDIS funding plan
Our accommodation is your home away from home
Home is more than just a roof over your head. It’s also a place where you feel supported. That is what Active Support Disability Services provides: a home-like environment with a caring team to support you with personal care, address challenging behaviours, and complex health needs.
Our share homes and supported accommodation are based in Western Sydney, and cater to people living with a disability and people with complex needs recovering from drug and alcohol abuse who are separated from their family.