Anglicare - Bridges Program

What is Bridges?

Bridges offers community based services to people who have a disability and their families.

We are committed to providing individualised supports to all people who access our service with the aim that each person can achieve the best life possible for them. When we start working with someone, we spend a long time talking with them and their family to understand what they want out of life and how we can help them achieve that. Our clients are involved in all stages of the process, including choosing their support team and taking the lead role in all planning meetings. The service plans that are developed are never set in stone and can always be changed as needed.

We offer a flexible range of services including:

personal support for daily living

supported learning

recreational support


support to establish independent living

overnight and weekend support

holiday programs

planning and coordination

flexible funding plans

shared and self-managed care

Who is Bridges for?

Bridges supports people with disability. The program provides services to all people who are eligible to receive funding from Disabilities Service Commission. Where such funding is not available, an individual may pay for the service privately.

How can Bridges be accessed?

If you want to hear more about what we can offer, please contact us on the number listed below. Our team will be happy to talk to you about what we can offer and can visit you in your own home if necessary. You may also want to discuss this with your Local Area Coordinator who can help you get in touch with us.

WA NDIS clusters:
1: Accommodation
2: Daily living
3: Communication
4: Wellbeing
5: Having a break
6: Episodic coordination and planning of support
7: Behaviour support and specialist care
8: Therapy and specialist support
WA NDIS registered: Yes

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