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Ethnic Disability Advocacy Centre: Kimberley
The Ethnic Disability Advocacy Centre (EDAC) is the peak advocacy organisation in WA and aims to safeguard the rights of ethnic people with disabilities and their families. They provide individual and systemic advocacy services for people with all types of disability including physical, sensory, intellectual and psychiatric conditions. The service include:
Individual Advocacy – to help people with disabilities to have their say and stand up for their rights.
Systemic Advocacy – to influence and secure positive long – term changes in society for people with disabilities.
The Community Disability Housing Program (CDHP) is a program for people with a disability that require significant and ongoing support to live safely within the community. CDHP does not provide crisis or emergency accommodation.
Support Coordination WA prides itself on delivering an individualised, professional and honest service to those living with a disability across the metropolitan region of Perth and all across our great state of Western Australia. They provide:
Support connect – to build the ability to connect with informal, community and funded supports.
Support coordination – to assist in building skills.
Specialist support coordination – to help people with more complex situations.