It has been Ability Centre’s aim for over 60 years to help Western Australians living with disability achieve their dreams and celebrate possibilities. Ability Centre cares about adding value every step of the way to foster long lasting relationships whilst adapting to the changing needs of people with disability, placing them at the forefront of service excellence and as a leading disability service provider in the state.

227 Newcastle Street, Northbridge, Western Australia, Australia

Provides a support service to Aboriginal grandparents and families. Services include; information and support; advocacy and referral. Education; legal advice; Centrelink; housing; government services; medical; counselling; respite care; community develop

9/10 Vincent Ave, Westminster, 6010

A not-for-profit organisation established in 1984. Provides support to those diagnosed with Acoustic Neuroma or other tumours affecting Cranial Nerves. Gathers and provides information to patients and families.

136 Howick Street Lathlain WA 6100

ABIWA is a community organisation concerned about the needs of people with an acquired brain injury (ABI) and the people close to them. ABIWA will promote service reform based upon the experiences of people living with ABI.

PO Box 446 Wembley Western Australia 6913

Supports people with an intellectual disability to enjoy their life and use their abilities to reach their potential and gain greater independence. Employment assistance, accommodation, travel and recreation.

PO Box 597, Milsons Point, NSW, 1565

For anyone over 18 years who has experienced child abuse, neglect, sexual, ritual, physical or emotional abuse. Provides support, advocacy and education to promote healing.

Unit 1, 193 Abernethy Rd, Belmont WA 6104

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.

11/114 Sanford Street Geraldton WA 6530

Supports families and children with disabilities and/or chronic illness. “My Time” support group for parents/carers of children with disabilities. “My Time for Grandparents” support group for grandparents parenting again. Weekly activities available.

Claisebrook Lotteries House Room 9, 33 Moore Street East Perth WA 6004

Helps families and friends of alcoholics recover from the effects of living with someone whose drinking is a problem. Contact for meeting details.

PO Box 1681 Albany WA 6331

A support group for parents, families and carers of sexually abused children.

3 St Andrews Way Duncraig WA 6023

Promotes awareness of albinism in Western Australia. Organises activities for the enjoyment of members and maintains communications with other Albinism groups.

Provides information; counselling and referral by telephone; at any time; to anyone with issues about drug or alcohol use.

Room 10; Claisebrook Lotteries House 33 Moore Street East Perth WA 6004

Helps alcoholics to achieve sobriety. Meetings held every day and night. For meeting details, contact office.

PO Box 819 Cottesloe WA 6911

A search and support service to reunite people separated by adoption; fostering or loss of birth family for other reasons. Information; mediation and counselling available.

Counselling and support services to reduce the trauma and suffering of survivors (and their families); who are affected by sexual and family violence in the Peel region.

PO Box 1505, BUNBURY, 6231 or Unit 1/30, Forest Ave, Bunbury 6230

Provides long-term housing for low income disadvantaged people. Has a boarding house; Yanget Guest House; providing accommodation for up to 18 single men.

55 Walters Drive, Osborne Park, Western Australia, Australia

AAWA provides Carer Support Groups and the Education Support Program for carers who are caring for a loved one living with dementia. Various locations in the metropolitan and regional area.

Perth, Western Australia, Australia

Provides services for people living with dementia including individuals diagnosed; family carers; friends and professionals. Carer

Promotes awareness,supports research and assists survivors of Meningococcal Disease

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.

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