Skip to main content

Do you need help?

Freecall: 1800 659 921
Phone: 08 9388 7455
Email: work in progress

 

Who do we help?

Men, women and children with a disability who  come from another country or speak a different language.

 

What is a disability?

A disability is a permanent injury, illness or physical or mental condition that restricts the way that someone can live his or her life. This means you might find it hard to do things like communicating your needs, looking after yourself, looking after your home, getting to places, or being able to work or study

How do we help?

  • Our advocates will try to help you solve problems that are concerning you
  • Our Advocates can talk to other organisations for you. For example – NDIS, Centrelink, Department of Housing schools and hospitals
  • Advocates help with any problem relating to a person’s disability or medical issue
  • Advocates are not “case managers”, which means they cannot help with every single problem a person might be facing. Connections to other service providers that may help an individual with their problem is possible
  • Help is available for up to 12 months

Who is an advocate?

An advocate is someone you can trust and who is on your side.

How much will it cost?

An advocate is someone you can trust and who is on your side.