Since 1991, Interchange has supported West Australians with disability to achieve their goals. We provide individualised, local community based support that sows the seeds for a fulfilling life.
At Interchange, we believe disability is caused by the way that society is organised, rather than a person’s impairment or difference. We subscribe to a social model, designed to remove barriers and increase life choices for the people we support. Our staff don’t wear uniforms and our vehicles aren’t branded to encourage people in the community to see the person first, rather than their disability.
To facilitate flexibility and strong local community connection, we operate through a Neighbourhood model, with support workers from Two Rocks to Pinjarra, supported by local Team Leaders and Community Engagers.
We have a fleet of more than 75 vehicles, including 40 with wheelchair access transporting the people we support from home to work, school and community activities. Our supports at Interchange are mainly one on one, but we can also provide small group supports with others who have similar interests and abilities.
Our Executive Team
We are a new Exec Team having worked together since July 2018 who strategically lead and continue to build Interchange as a contemporary NDIS organisation. Working alongside our Board we use our combined experience and expertise to ensure Interchange delivers the best level of service for you and a great place for our staff to work.
Our Board of Directors
Our Board is committed to ensuring Interchange’s vision, values and purpose remain the foundation of our services.
Their extensive experience in financial, commercial, legal and not-for-profit organisations, guarantees Interchange is focused on delivering the best level of service for the people we support, their families and carers.