Established in 1989, HomePlace was formed by a group of parents who were seeking to secure an independent future for their adult children with intellectual disabilities.
Three decades later, the HomePlace service is just as personable, where we support people with disabilities to live well by participating in their own home and community.
What can HomePlace offer you or your loved one
HomePlace can offer support to people living with disabilities who want to receive personalised, flexible support in their own homes.
We listen to your individual needs and wishes to develop a roster where qualified support staff work with you to achieve your goals. Our focus is on supporting you to undertake these tasks so you can become as independent as possible.
HomePlace is a registered provider of support with NDIS. This means if you have a NDIS plan you can use HomePlace for any of the services we offer that are listed in your plan.