There is a range of non-government organisations that provide services to specific groups of clients, some of these are listed below.
The Ability Centre supports people with disability and their families through a range of services, supports and community awareness maintaining a specialty in cerebral palsy.
See the following link for services provided by the Ability Centre:
The Autism Association of Western Australia is dedicated to serving the needs and interests of people with Autism and their families.
See the following link for services provided by the Autism Association:
Rocky Bay provides works with people of all ages with any disability, delivering relevant therapies, equipment and technology, leisure and social programmes, training and employment opportunities - in the home, at centres and in the community.
See the following link for services provided by Rocky Bay:
The Senses Foundation provides disability support services to people of all ages throughout WA with a unique service specialty in the provision of services to people who are deaf and blind.
See the following link for services provided by The Senses Foundation:
Therapy Focus is a not-for-profit community organisation dedicated to helping children and young people, many of whom have a disability, in metropolitan and regional areas of Western Australia. Therapy Focus provides a range of therapy and support services and work together with families, schools and the community to help children reach their full potential.
See the following link for services provided by Therapy Focus:
VisAbility provides therapy and support services to assist people across a range of ages and disabilities in their homes, at school, at work, and in the community. VisAbility is also a provider of specialist services for children with vision impairment.
See the following link for services provided by VisAbility: