Inclusion Melbourne provides personalised support for adults with an intellectual disability, commonly known as day services. Our personalised support service is leading the way in promoting the inclusion of people with an intellectual disability in the community. We support people to live a fulfilled life, to participate in activities based on their own needs, wants and interests, and to develop meaningful friendships within the local community.
Unlike other disability day services, Inclusion Melbourne is not limited to a specific geographic location and we don’t force you to pick activities from a list, follow a group schedule, or stay in a centre.
This means the people we support can express themselves and pursue their passions, choose the activities they enjoy, the subjects they want to learn and the friends they have common interests with.
At Inclusion Melbourne, everyone we support has a completely tailored life-plan.
Inclusion Melbourne’s personalised service model is a departure from traditional day center models of disability support.
Inclusion Melbourne works with people with a disability, their families and carers to design a support plan that authentically meets their needs and wants. We aim towards a vision of a better life for the person that involves all the people in their life.
With Inclusion Melbourne, we offer choices and create opportunities that help turn your dreams into a reality.Find out more
Inclusion Melbourne provides high quality, accredited education for learners at any level to develop skills for everyday living and further study.
We offer courses for adults who want to develop their skills in reading, writing and numeracy. Our classes are small and our learners are supported to improve communication and other valuable personal and employability skills.
Our goal is to create pathway choices. Individual Learning Plans are developed for each learner and are reviewed twice a year.Find out more
As your loved one finishes at high school, it can be easy to be overwhelmed by the amount of paperwork, financial requirements, decisions and choices. Many families are unprepared for the enormous changes that come when leaving school.
Inclusion Melbourne’s Discovery helps adults with an intellectual disability and their families to transition from school to completely personalised support.
Discovery reduces the stress on families by offering a semi-structured transition program that focuses on teaching people about:
This innovative program runs for 12 months to help adults with intellectual disabilities transition from school to a personalised approach, moving from a familiar environment to living in the community.Enquire about Discovery