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Disability Services

Disability Support Services Across Perth & South-West WA

St. Judes are leading NDIS disability service providers,
providing an expansive range of disability services across Perth and WA’s South-West.

Who We Help

Our disability support services aim to support anyone who is challenged in living their daily life. This could be as a result of disability or mental health. Do you relate to any of the below?  If so, we can help you without much delay.

  • Are you struggling to find suitable housing or accommodation?
  • Are you looking for accessible housing?
  • Are looking for a disability support person to take you into the community?
  • Do you need help with household tasks such as cleaning, cooking, domestic duties, personal care, shopping etc.?
  • Do you need to learn new skills?
  • Are you looking for recreational activities in the community?
  • Do you need assistance in finding a job or help in setting up your own micro-business?
  • Are you looking for a therapist or clinical support?
  • Are you in any form of crisis?
  • Are you a parent or carer looking for disability support for your family member?

Why Choose Us?

Our expertise in support services for people with a disability reflected over 35 years of service provision, while consistently maintaining the highest standards.

With St Jude’s, it’s possible to achieve your life goals ‒ whether it’s finding a new house, participating in the community, developing new skills, finding a job, or support with therapy services. Providing support services for adults with learning disabilities, psycho-social support needs as well as physical disabilities, we are inclusive regardless of your ability.

And this is why we are recognised as one of WA’s most trusted and flexible disability support organisations for delivering NDIS.

We are flexible with our approach to meet your support needs  |  We give you absolute control over your choice of lifestyle  |  More importantly, we listen to you…

NDIS

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is Australia’s first national Scheme for people with disability.

It moves away from the previous system of providing block funding to agencies and community organisations, to direct funding for individuals.

There are around 4.3 million Australians who have a disability. When it is fully rolled out, the NDIS will provide about 460,000 Australians aged under 65, who have permanent and significant disability with funding for supports and services. For many people, it will be the first time they receive the disability support they need.

The NDIS can provide all people with disability with information and connections to services in their communities such as doctors, sporting clubs, support groups, libraries and schools, as well as information about what support is provided by each state and territory government.

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Our Services

Housing & Accommodation

We understand that access to permanent and secure accommodation with the feeling of “your own home” is one of the key challenges for people with disability.

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Respite & Short-Term Accommodation 

We highly recognise the contribution and needs of families and carers who regularly support individuals at home.

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Community Participation

We provide individualised support to suit individual’s social needs to enable the pursuit of social and recreational activities in the wider community.

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Therapy Services

Using our clinical expertise, we work with the individual to set goals, create support plans and provide the appropriate services to support people to live as independently as possible.

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Clinical Support Services 

We have highly qualified and competent professionals such as registered nurses, occupational therapists, physiotherapists and speech pathologists available to meet your needs.

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Support Coordination

St Jude’s Disability Services can help you to get the best out of your NDIS plan. We work with you to empower you to access and co-ordinate your supports.

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Shared Management

We ensure our clients have the same rights as other members of society to participate in, direct and implement the decisions which affect their lives.

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Housing & Accommodation

We understand that access to permanent and secure accommodation with the feeling of “your own home” is one of the key challenges for people with disability.

Read More

Respite & Short-Term Accommodation 

We highly recognise the contribution and needs of families and carers who regularly support individuals at home.

Read More

Community Participation

We provide individualised support to suit individual’s social needs to enable the pursuit of social and recreational activities in the wider community.

Read More

Therapy Services

Using our clinical expertise, we work with the individual to set goals, create support plans and provide the appropriate services to support people to live as independently as possible.

Read More

Clinical Support Services 

We have highly qualified and competent professionals such as registered nurses, occupational therapists, physiotherapists and speech pathologists available to meet your needs.

Read More

Support Coordination

St Jude’s Disability Services can help you to get the best out of your NDIS plan. We work with you to empower you to access and co-ordinate your supports.

Read More

Shared Management Programs

We ensure our clients have the same rights as other members of society to participate in, direct and implement the decisions which affect their lives.

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“Our experience in service delivery is reflected through over 35 years of providing services and consistently maintaining the highest standards.”

Bellevue Community Centre

As reputable NDIS and disability support providers, we take great pride in creating a friendly, all-inclusive centre where members feel valued.

St Jude’s Bellevue Community Centre encourages members of the community to gather for group activities, social support, and other enjoyable programmes. Our centre is open to the whole community and caters for the specialised needs of people with disability.

From a Community Garden to a Sensory Room, we offer you high quality, engaging programmes which will help enhance your social and life skills, develop and build on your interests and abilities, and encourage you to maintain your presence within your local community.

We will collaborate with you and your family to achieve your goals of independence, and help you gain the skills needed to live a fulfilling and meaningful life. We want to help you try new activities, discover new ways to have fun, learn new and important skills and to make new friends.

So, if you’re looking for NDIS disability support agencies in WA, look no further! Contact the friendly staff at St. Judes today for further information on how we can help you.

Our Skills Development Program supports people with disability to gain greater independence as they move from family-based living arrangements/supported arrangements to more independent living. This process is supported through person-centred planning, intensive living-skills development, and guidance and training in developing effective support networks.

Our Skills Development Program provides you with opportunities to learn a wide range of skills such as:

  • Attending personal care
  • Completing domestic tasks
  • Self administration of medication
  • Money management and budgeting
  • Meal preparation
  • Shopping
  • Using public transport
  • Computer skills
  • Seeking paid/volunteer employment

Our courses are tailored to individual’s identified goals. The courses run from 10 weeks to 44 weeks. There will be a screening process (skills assessment) to identify the strength and potential of the person prior to the commencement of the course. The courses can be run on an individual basis or in a small group.

Our Cooking Group is a great way for individuals to get into the kitchen and get creative!

Each class begins with researching recipes, a visit to the supermarket to purchase ingredients, and ends with a delicious healthy meal.

The aim of our Cooking Group is to encourage our members to:

  • Plan balanced meals
  • Budget for food
  • Read and understand food labels
  • Learn basic food hygiene and food safety skills
  • Be creative when cooking food
  • Consider healthy living issues

Whether you like to knit, draw, paint, make jewellery or just create, we have an option to suit you.

Our Support Workers will actively assist you in pursuing new interests through independent participation or in small groups. All of our structured activities are designed to encourage maximum involvement and inclusion.

You will be able to:

  • Work at your own pace
  • Create handmade gifts
  • Visit art galleries
  • Participate in small groups
  • Build friendships and connect with your community

We offer a large range of activities from board games to personal grooming and an ever-expanding library of books. There is something to suit a range of leisure interests and lifestyle needs.

Feel encouraged and supported to actively engage in activities that will help you stay active and maintain and build on your social networks.

Our Sensory Room is a therapeutic space with a variety of equipment that provides a range of stimuli to help individuals develop and engage their senses.

Our Sensory Room has been designed to develop a person’s sense through special lighting, music and object, and can be used by a wide range of people requiring a calm and relaxing environment.

It is equipped with multi-sensory equipment which have many benefits. The main advantage is that it creates a calm, relaxing, non-threatening environment, which has been shown to help individuals become less anxious and tranquil.

As well as creating a relaxing environment, it can help with the development and stimulations of senses such as touch and sound, through to tracking skills, hand eye coordination, colour recognition and visual skills.

Whether it’s building a picture frame for your art work, learning how to fix something that’s broken, up-cycling old household items, or simply learning how to use any of our large range of tools, we can help you find something you enjoy.

We will help you learn:

  • Safe work practices
  • Basic home repairs
  • Maintenance skills
  • Woodworking
  • How to use tools

Engage with the great outdoors!

If you like to get your hands dirty, we can teach you the skills to grow and harvest food and plants in a supported environment.

Skills such as, but not limited to:

  • Harvesting
  • Garden maintenance
  • Planting and propagating
  • Using gardening tools and equipment

With a strong focus on activities that can help you to build work-based skills, we will teach you how to:

  • Plant seedlings
  • Grow herb and vegetables for cooking (which are used in our cooking group)
  • Watering
  • Composting
  • Weeding

At your own pace, explore how computers work. Learn about social media and the importance of safety in cyberspace.

With our skilled staff assisting you every step of the way, we’ll teach you how to email, how to print and scan, and how to use technology to access music and view videos.

With a large range of technology on offer, we can support you to reach your technology goals.

Experience, try, learn and participate in a range of exciting indoor and outdoor exercises with our fully equipped gym.

With an extensive range of equipment to use such as a treadmill, a recumbent bike, weights and kettle-bells. With the support of our trained staff you can expect to:

  • Improve and maintain your health
  • Increase your fitness levels
  • Participate in small groups or in 1:1 training
  • HAVE FUN!
Details UOM General Membership Fee *St Jude’s Membership Fee
General Access (except Sensory Room)
Full Day Attendance Up to 6 Hours $25/person $8/person
Half Day Attendance Up to 3 Hours $15/person $5/person
Regular Visit Discount Minimum 3 visits/per week 30% discount N/A
Sensory Room
1 Hour N/A $8
Skills Development and Employment Assistance Program
Courses and program fee will be provided by quote. The fee is subject to the individual’s tailored courses, number of participants in the program and its duration.

* A discount is offered for individuals who choose St Jude’s Disability Services as their support provider. Members will be required to pay the support fee to cover the cost of their supports (support worker/therapy services). The hourly support fee will be in line with NDIS price guide for the relevant support.

Bellevue Community Centre

As reputable NDIS and disability support providers, we take great pride in creating a friendly, all-inclusive centre where members feel valued.

St Jude’s Bellevue Community Centre encourages members of the community to gather for group activities, social support, and other enjoyable programmes. Our centre is open to the whole community and caters for the specialised needs of people with disability.

From a Community Garden to a Sensory Room, we offer you high quality, engaging programmes which will help enhance your social and life skills, develop and build on your interests and abilities, and encourage you to maintain your presence within your local community.

We will collaborate with you and your family to achieve your goals of independence, and help you gain the skills needed to live a fulfilling and meaningful life. We want to help you try new activities, discover new ways to have fun, learn new and important skills and to make new friends.

So, if you’re looking for NDIS disability support agencies in WA, look no further! Contact the friendly staff at St. Judes today for further information on how we can help you.

Our Skills Development Program supports people with disability to gain greater independence as they move from family-based living arrangements/supported arrangements to more independent living. This process is supported through person-centred planning, intensive living-skills development, and guidance and training in developing effective support networks.

Our Skills Development Program provides you with opportunities to learn a wide range of skills such as:

  • Attending personal care
  • Completing domestic tasks
  • Self administration of medication
  • Money management and budgeting
  • Meal preparation
  • Shopping
  • Using public transport
  • Computer skills
  • Seeking paid/volunteer employment

Our courses are tailored to individual’s identified goals. The courses run from 10 weeks to 44 weeks. There will be a screening process (skills assessment) to identify the strength and potential of the person prior to the commencement of the course. The courses can be run on an individual basis or in a small group.

Our Cooking Group is a great way for individuals to get into the kitchen and get creative!

Each class begins with researching recipes, a visit to the supermarket to purchase ingredients, and ends with a delicious healthy meal.

The aim of our Cooking Group is to encourage our members to:

  • Plan balanced meals
  • Budget for food
  • Read and understand food labels
  • Learn basic food hygiene and food safety skills
  • Be creative when cooking food
  • Consider healthy living issues

Whether you like to knit, draw, paint, make jewellery or just create, we have an option to suit you.

Our Support Workers will actively assist you in pursuing new interests through independent participation or in small groups. All of our structured activities are designed to encourage maximum involvement and inclusion.

You will be able to:

  • Work at your own pace
  • Create handmade gifts
  • Visit art galleries
  • Participate in small groups
  • Build friendships and connect with your community

We offer a large range of activities from board games to personal grooming and an ever-expanding library of books. There is something to suit a range of leisure interests and lifestyle needs.

Feel encouraged and supported to actively engage in activities that will help you stay active and maintain and build on your social networks.

Our Sensory Room is a therapeutic space with a variety of equipment that provides a range of stimuli to help individuals develop and engage their senses.

Our Sensory Room has been designed to develop a person’s sense through special lighting, music and object, and can be used by a wide range of people requiring a calm and relaxing environment.

It is equipped with multi-sensory equipment which have many benefits. The main advantage is that it creates a calm, relaxing, non-threatening environment, which has been shown to help individuals become less anxious and tranquil.

As well as creating a relaxing environment, it can help with the development and stimulations of senses such as touch and sound, through to tracking skills, hand eye coordination, colour recognition and visual skills.

Whether it’s building a picture frame for your art work, learning how to fix something that’s broken, up-cycling old household items, or simply learning how to use any of our large range of tools, we can help you find something you enjoy.

We will help you learn:

  • Safe work practices
  • Basic home repairs
  • Maintenance skills
  • Woodworking
  • How to use tools

Engage with the great outdoors!

If you like to get your hands dirty, we can teach you the skills to grow and harvest food and plants in a supported environment.

Skills such as, but not limited to:

  • Harvesting
  • Garden maintenance
  • Planting and propagating
  • Using gardening tools and equipment

With a strong focus on activities that can help you to build work-based skills, we will teach you how to:

  • Plant seedlings
  • Grow herb and vegetables for cooking (which are used in our cooking group)
  • Watering
  • Composting
  • Weeding

At your own pace, explore how computers work. Learn about social media and the importance of safety in cyberspace.

With our skilled staff assisting you every step of the way, we’ll teach you how to email, how to print and scan, and how to use technology to access music and view videos.

With a large range of technology on offer, we can support you to reach your technology goals.

Experience, try, learn and participate in a range of exciting indoor and outdoor exercises with our fully equipped gym.

With an extensive range of equipment to use such as a treadmill, a recumbent bike, weights and kettle-bells. With the support of our trained staff you can expect to:

  • Improve and maintain your health
  • Increase your fitness levels
  • Participate in small groups or in 1:1 training
  • HAVE FUN!
Details UOM General Membership Fee *St Jude’s Membership Fee
General Access (except Sensory Room)
Full Day Attendance Up to 6 Hours $25/person $8/person
Half Day Attendance Up to 3 Hours $15/person $5/person
Regular Visit Discount Minimum 3 visits/per week 30% discount N/A
Sensory Room
1 Hour N/A $8
Skills Development and Employment Assistance Program
Courses and program fee will be provided by quote. The fee is subject to the individual’s tailored courses, number of participants in the program and its duration.

* A discount is offered for individuals who choose St Jude’s Disability Services as their support provider. Members will be required to pay the support fee to cover the cost of their supports (support worker/therapy services). The hourly support fee will be in line with NDIS price guide for the relevant support.

Accommodation Vacancies

South West

Bunbury

Looking for a holiday or respite home with a touch of luxury?

Our new Bunbury Holiday Home offer you gorgeous accommodation in a stunning destination. Our Respite care (short term accommodation) is barrier-free and supported by well-trained, attentive and compassionate support staff who pay attention to the specific needs of each guest. We acknowledge that it can be very difficult to find quality care to support you when you need a break or must attend to other family needs. That’s exactly why we provide temporary relief for parents and caregivers with our respite care program.

  • First class fittings and furniture

  • A wide entry hall and ducted air conditioning throughout

  • All rooms have built in or walk in robes

  • A large living hall with enough space for sitting areas and a dining room

  • A large kitchen island with a full breakfast bar for casual dining or entertaining

  • A large master suite with double robes suitable for couples (well-appointed ensuite with separate toilet, a soaking tub bath, walk in shower and heater)

  • Safe outdoor areas and barbeque

Option 1:

  • Use your National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) support funding:
  • If you are a participant of NDIS, you may use your NDIS support funding to pay your accommodation, and transport cost. The cost will be in line with the NDIS price guide. We are a registered NDIS provider and the NDIS may directly pay us upon you signing the service agreement.

Option 2:

  • Be a private guest
  • If you do not have NDIS approved funding, you may fund yourself or use your other grants/funding to access to the holiday home.

Metropolitan North

Delightful Darch

This beautifully presented 5 bedroom home has a lot of room to move. It is located close to schools and shops, with easy to access to Hepburn and Mirrabooka Avenue. Just minutes drive to Kingsway shopping Centre.

The current tenant is 20 years old, and suitable housemates will be of a similar age and will have funding for 24/7 accommodation support from NDIA or Department of Communities-Disability Services.

  • Tiled floors and carpets throughout

  • Two living areas

  • Extra room that can be used as Theatre/ Activity / Study

  • Spacious kitchen with plenty of storage

  • Gas cooking

  • Double lock up garage

  • 5 spacious bedrooms

  • 2 bedrooms with WIR

  • Other 3 bedrooms with built-in robes with sliding doors

  • Alfresco with a good size lawn area

Metropolitan East

Swan View Paradise

Huge brick and tile home situated on a 837 square metre block, and located in a cul-de-sac street, with a multitude of benefits both inside and out.

The current tenants are aged in their 30s and 40s. Suitable housemates will be of a similar age and will have funding for 24/7 accommodation support from NDIA or Department of Communities-Disability Services.

  • 5 bedrooms 2 bathrooms

  • Massive games room

  • Sunken lounge and dining areas

  • Spacious kitchen dining

  • Multiple air conditioner units

  • Gas and slow combustion heating

  • Modern decor throughout

  • Gas cooking, electric oven

  • 837 square metre block

  • Brick rear workshop

  • 2 garden sheds

  • Submersible bore

  • Ample secure parking

  • Some fruit trees

South West

Bunbury

Looking for a holiday or respite home with a touch of luxury?

Our new Bunbury Holiday Home offer you gorgeous accommodation in a stunning destination. Our Respite care (short term accommodation) is barrier-free and supported by well-trained, attentive and compassionate support staff who pay attention to the specific needs of each guest. We acknowledge that it can be very difficult to find quality care to support you when you need a break or must attend to other family needs. That’s exactly why we provide temporary relief for parents and caregivers with our respite care program.

  • First class fittings and furniture

  • A wide entry hall and ducted air conditioning throughout

  • All rooms have built in or walk in robes

  • A large living hall with enough space for sitting areas and a dining room

  • A large kitchen island with a full breakfast bar for casual dining or entertaining

  • A large master suite with double robes suitable for couples (well-appointed ensuite with separate toilet, a soaking tub bath, walk in shower and heater)

  • Safe outdoor areas and barbeque

Option 1:

  • Use your National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) support funding:
  • If you are a participant of NDIS, you may use your NDIS support funding to pay your accommodation, and transport cost. The cost will be in line with the NDIS price guide. We are a registered NDIS provider and the NDIS may directly pay us upon you signing the service agreement.

Option 2:

  • Be a private guest
  • If you do not have NDIS approved funding, you may fund yourself or use your other grants/funding to access to the holiday home.

Metropolitan North

Delightful Darch

This beautifully presented 5 bedroom home has a lot of room to move. It is located close to schools and shops, with easy to access to Hepburn and Mirrabooka Avenue. Just minutes drive to Kingsway shopping Centre.

The current tenant is 20 years old. She loves animals especially horses, catching up with friends and watching movies. Suitable housemates will be female  of a similar age and will have funding for 24/7 accommodation support from NDIA or Department of Communities-Disability Services.

  • Tiled floors and carpets throughout

  • Two living areas

  • Extra room that can be used as Theatre/ Activity / Study

  • Spacious kitchen with plenty of storage

  • Gas cooking

  • Double lock up garage

  • 5 spacious bedrooms

  • 2 bedrooms with WIR

  • Other 3 bedrooms with built-in robes with sliding doors

  • Alfresco with a good size lawn area

Metropolitan East

Swan View Paradise

Huge brick and tile home situated on a 837 square metre block, and located in a cul-de-sac street, with a multitude of benefits both inside and out.

The current tenants are aged in their 30s and 40s. Suitable housemates will be male  of a similar age and will have funding for 24/7 accommodation support from NDIA or Department of Communities-Disability Services.

  • 5 bedrooms 2 bathrooms

  • Massive games room

  • Sunken lounge and dining areas

  • Spacious kitchen dining

  • Multiple air conditioner units

  • Gas and slow combustion heating

  • Modern decor throughout

  • Gas cooking, electric oven

  • 837 square metre block

  • Brick rear workshop

  • 2 garden sheds

  • Submersible bore

  • Ample secure parking

  • Some fruit trees

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