Everyone belongs

Supporting people with disabilities to live a good life
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In your home We are supporting you to live in a home of your own, while people you know and trust are there to help you when needed.

Your Pathway to Employment We help you to find a role that lives up to your fullest potential, with our customised employment exploration and transition services.

In Your Community When it comes to community inclusion there is no one-size-fits-all approach. That’s why we work closely with you to understand your needs.

Join us Do you want to make a difference? Join us in our mission to support people with disability to live a good life!

Interchange: An NDIS Registered Service Provider

"I made a lot of friends since I joined Interchange - they support me in all the activities I love doing, provide a supportive environment and I love going out with them." - Michael Gray

For more than 25 years, Interchange has supported West Australians living with disability achieve their goals and live fulfilling lives through individualised, local, community-based support.

At Interchange, we put the people we support at the centre of everything we do.

Our belief is we all belong. We are all peas from the same pod!
Our passion is to help the people we support grow and flourish in their home and community. But don't take our word for it - Watch what Michael has to say about us instead.

Talk to us today about how we can support you through the NDIS.

Download your Free Planning Guide

Planning your support can be challenging. This booklet is a useful way to help think about what is important to you. If you need support to get started, let us know!

Stories of Interchange

Zero Tolerance against Abuse

Zero Tolerance is an initiative led by National Disability Services in partnership with the disability sector to assist disability service providers to understand, implement and improve practices which safeguard the rights of people they support.
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Disability Royal Commission – Health Care

The first hearing of 2020 for the Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability starts today in Sydney. The public hearing will be focusing on the provision of health care for people with cognitive disability including people with intellectual disability, autism and acquired brain injuries.  
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We Think You Are Awesome – Gerri Walton

"I had a car crash in 2013 and couldn’t walk for nearly a year. I got around in a wheelchair or was carried around in the house by my partner. I realised how difficult it must be for others who had to live like that permanently. So I wanted to give something back."
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