Spectrum MRC’s Disability Services focuses on the needs of people with disabilities and their carers and encourages people to reach their full potential. Services are provided to people living in North and West Metropolitan Melbourne, particularly for families from migrant and refugee backgrounds.
At Spectrum we celebrate the things that make us different! We listen to what families want and find creative ways to meet your needs and link you into support. Our pool of 200 bilingual support workers speak more than 50 languages. Workers are matched according to your interests and personality, as well as language and culture.
Spectrum MRC’s Disability Services provides support and activities in your home, access to programs in your local community as well as a variety of group programs for people with disabilities, carers and family members to join.
Spectrum MRC’s Disability Services includes:
When we provide support, we encourage you to:
Be creative: We’ll help you find a way to pursue your passions and interests.
Be active: We’ll help you maintain a healthy lifestyle and learn new skills.
Make friends and build close connections: We’ll help you become part of the Spectrum extended family and share activities and interests with friends.
Reach your full potential: We’ll inspire you to try new things, develop new skills and find a way to make it work for you.
Develop your own program of support and activities: We’ll help you identify possibilities, support your independence and make sure you’re safe.
For more information on Spectrum MRC's Disability Services please contact:
Telephone: (03) 9496 0200
Email address: disAbility@spectrumvic.org.au
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