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About us – Wesley Disability Services

The NDIS is all about our choice and control, so why choose Wesley Mission? 

The Wesley Mission difference

Teenager artist with Down syndromeWe believe in your choice and control

While we recognise it’s been a big change for a lot of people, we believe the NDIS is heading in the right direction. We believe it’s right for people with disability to have every opportunity to live the life they want to live and make their own decisions. We want our services to be shaped by your goals and we’re ready to work with you to live a life you want.

We’ve been around for ages

Wesley Mission is over 200 years old and we’ve been working in disability services for more than 40 years. That means we’ve acquired knowledge, skills and services that meet the needs of our community, plus we’ve developed quality administrative systems, clear procedures and policies that benefit you.

We’re driven to ‘do all the good you can’

At Wesley Mission you hear the words “Do all the good you can”, a lot. That’s what drives us. We’re a Christian organisation that exists to serve our community.

Diversity matters

We’re committed to working in partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds (CALD) to promote the wellbeing of people with disability in a culturally appropriate manner.

Our team are brilliant

We know the reason people love Wesley Mission is because they love our team. We’re a large group of people who are experienced and passionate. Plus, we’re committed to training and developing our staff and offering comprehensive induction, orientation and training programs to ensure staff have the information and skills to effectively and professionally care for and support the people they work with.

Contact us

Wesley Disability Services 

Phone: 1300 086 906


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