Cam Can Bunbury

Cam Can assists people with disabilities and their families to create innovative, personalised, flexible and sustainable arrangements that maximise their control over available resources, decision making and choice. They assist with holistic individualised planning that is anchored in family, friends and community. It helps people to imagine better, implement their plan and maintain supports that are enduring.
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Enable WA – Bunbury

Enable WA is a registered NDIS service provider delivering quality support underpinned by service matching and client owned decision making.
 
Enable WA provides
 – Allied health therapy services: occupational therapy, speech therapy, physiotherapy, and psychology
– Psychosocial disability support
– In-home and community support
– Positive behaviour support service
– Client advisory group where their clients can share their experiences or thoughts with other group members, and CEO and Board Members of Enable WA
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Forrest Personnel

Forrest Personnel Limited helps people with health conditions, disability or injury to prepare for, and find meaningful and sustainable employment. Forrest Personnel’s service excellence has facilitated expansion throughout regional and metropolitan fringe areas of Western Australia.
Forrest Personnel is specialising in helping people who are at least 14 but have not yet attained the Age Pension qualifying age. They help job seekers with all aspects of job preparation, including, career planning, self-esteem, confidence building, motivation, goal setting, resume preparation, interview tips, marketing to employers and anything else that will help job seekers to prepare for and sustain meaningful employment.
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JSW Training and Community Services

JSW is a nationally registered NDIS provider with a local and focus and understanding. They helps their clients take control, make choices and decide. Each support plan is tailored to provide their clients with the skills to enable them to live the most independent life that they can.
 
  • Development of daily living and life skills: training and development activities undertaken by the participant or their support network to increase their ability to live as autonomously as possible; training can be provided individually and can include skills in daily life activities, communication and social skills and problem-solving
  • Community participation and social activities: attending a course or class to pursue an interest, joining a club or social group, going on holidays or a day out, attending a show or concert or a trip to the movies, developing skills to get out and about – like using public transport
  • Access and maintain employment: workplace assistance support to help individuals and/or groups of individuals find jobs, making use of professional networks to locate and communicate with employers
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St Jude’s Health Care Services – Disability Service

Their disability services include housing and accommodation (short and long-term), in-home support, community participation (social activities or transport), or allied health and therapy services.
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Advocacy Western Australia

Advocacy WA assists and supports people with disabilities to achieve social and individual change, empowerment, justice and human rights. They provide a range of (individual) advocacy services for people with disabilities living in the South West of Western Australia.
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State and National Disability Services Services

National Relay Service

The National Relay Service is a government service which helps those who are deaf/hard of hearing communicate with others over the phone through a relay officer.
 
SMS relay number 0423 677 767
 
Teletypewriter number 133 677
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People with Disabilties Westerrn Australia

PWDWA is a not for profit organisation which provides non-legal advocacy to people living with disability.
 
Services offered include:
• making a discrimination complaint
• individual advocacy
• NDIS support and appeals 
• Disability support pension
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