About Us


The ‘My Voice, My Choice’ project utilises the latest thinking in social media to give clients, parents, and carers a single place to store, access, and share information they need - irrespective of the service provider they choose.

The project is funded by the Australian Government Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs, which seeks to tap into existing sector knowledge and expertise to identify practical solutions and innovative approaches that will assist people with disability, their families and carers, the disability workforce and disability service organisations. 

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Participating Service Providers



Community Options Illawarra


Community Options Illawarra is a not for profit community organisation providing services in the community to frail aged people, people with disabilities, people with dementia and their carers.



The Cram Foundation provides accommodation and other flexible supports in a range of services to children and adults who are physically and/or medically frail.



Based in regional NSW with their head office in Wollongong, The Disability Trust is committed to providing highly professional care and services as well as advocacy for people with disabilities and their families.



Flagstaff operates sustainable commercial businesses offering quality goods and services while creating meaningful employment for people with a disability.



Greenacres Disability Services has been providing services for people with a developmental disability in the Illawarra Region for more than 58 years and more recently in the Shoalhaven area.



Interchange Illawarra are a community service providing respite, care, and support for people with a disability and those who care for them.



Life Without Barriers is a secular, not-for-profit organisation providing care and support services across Australia in urban, rural and remote locations and in New Zealand. 

The opinions, comments and/or analysis expressed in this website are those of the author or authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the Minister for Disability Reform and cannot be taken in any way as expressions of government policy.