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Our role

The NDIS process can be overwhelming to navigate but don’t worry, you’re in good hands. We strive in our dedication to quality client services and we are equipped with an experienced, dedicated, and compassionate team. We provide unbiased and skilled support for those with a Physical disability, specialising in Psychosocial Disability. One support plan doesn’t fit all so we will always work together with you to tailor supports that will best suit you and your support needs.

We assist Self managed or Plan managed participants. Although should you require assistance changing your plan from NDIA managed, ISS can assist to give you the opportunity to broaden your service choices.

Why choose us?

We are an independent, local organisation empowering children and adults who have a disability to reach their individual goals. We pride ourselves on taking a holistic approach to delivering person-centred support. We provide more than just support; we provide an individualised service that you can trust to develop your life choices.

We believe people are the experts and are the change agents of their own lives.

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Our services are built on our Core Values.

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Our focus is on the person, not the disability.

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We hold high moral and ethical responsibility to participants.

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We understand a participant’s desire to take action to live a reasonable and necessary independent life.

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We believe in promoting equality, access, opportunity and rights of children and adults with disability in our community.

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