At Unisson Disability, our goal is to support your choice regarding where you live – whether that’s at home with your family, in a place of your own
Finding & Keeping a Job
Having a job is a great way to grow your skills and confidence, as well as to make new friends – and of course, earn some money!
Feeling connected to your community is important to your happiness and sense of wellbeing. Unisson Disability will support you in taking part in
Support for Children & Young Adults
If you have a child with a disability you can both benefit from access to dependable, high-quality short-term accommodation.
Unisson provides a service called Support Coordination, where our experienced support co-ordinators work alongside you to plan your support. As an
Building The Skills for Success
Having fulfilling and meaningful employment can provide you with an immense sense of optimism, as well as strengthen your ties to the local community in which you work. Unisson client, Shane Doowage, is a dedicated employee at Unisson’s supported employment business, Pack Works, and is building the skills for success each day.
Supporting a New Lease on Life
Peter was building a promising career and had worked his way up to become manager of a coffee distribution factory until, in his 20s, he was diagnosed with schizophrenia. Help at this key moment could have made all the difference to Peter but supported independent living services were only available to people with an intellectual disability.