Our wonderful Master Chef and Support Worker Debra from our Mandurah Neighbourhood has been part of the Interchange Team for over two years and we wouldn’t want to have it any other way.
Interchange is a registered NDIS Provider. We are required to meet the 6 National Standards for Disability Services to ensure services are high quality and your rights and views are respected. Let's have a closer look at these standards and how we put them into action for you.
Meet the Interchange winners of the 2021 Disability Support Awards. Through exceptional people like them we succeed as an organisation and make a real difference in the lives of the people we work with and support.
People like Gail, her passion and commitment to making a real difference in someone’s life, without expecting anything in return, are rare. We knew it needed someone special to help a person we support to let her guard down. Gail checked all the boxes and more.
After years of isolation, Fran joined Interchange 18 months ago with two major goals – living a happier and healthier life and become part of her local community.
We have been working with Jordan and his family on his employment goals for many years. Many support workers have tried different things with Jordan, more or less successful, but no one was able to connect with him in the same way Kylie has.
Jordan has been with Interchange for ten years but finding meaningful work has not been easy - until Kylie came along. With the help of his positive and fun Support Worker, Jordan was able to achieve a life-changing goal - starting his own microbusiness.
Interchange's aim was to remove barriers and increase choices for people living with disability, helping people live a good life. Our organisation has now been a part of Joel’s journey for the past 13 years and it has been extraordinary.
Joel’s achievements, confidence, happiness and life has gone from strength to strength, and we could not be happier with his development and zest for life.
We welcome the opportunity to participate in and support the Disability Royal Commission. It is an opportunity to listen, learn and look at how we can continue to improve and ensure the safeguarding of the people we support.