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616 Riversdale Road

Able Australia Services

Able Australia s a long-standing non-profit organisation that provides services to people living with multiple disabilities including deafblindness.
Our vision is to create a community where the people we support are seen, heard, respected, valued and connected. We reach out to people living with multiple disabilities, helping them achieve a quality of life that anyone in the community might expect and a feeling of worth, belonging and self-fulfilment.
Able Australia provides services in Victoria, Tasmania and the Australian Capital Territory; and is actively seeking to expand into other states and territories. We receive funding from both the Government and from the private and corporate sectors through various fundraising and sponsorship opportunities.
Able Australia began over 40 years ago following an outbreak of rubella that caused children to be born with multi-sensory disabilities. Our people are enthusiastic and passionate about achieving excellent results and making a difference to the lives of the people in the community who need it the most.
Our services
Able Living
Long-term residential accommodation is provided in Victoria and Tasmania for people with multiple disabilities, including deafblindness.
Able Lifestyle Choices
Providing social learning, creative activities, therapy, excursions and sensory stimulation experiences for people with disabilities.
Able Deafblind Services
Provides outreach community support to people with deafblindness and their families/carers, including therapy, recreational activities, case management and communication education programs.
Able respite
Opportunities to have a break for both individuals and those who support them. 
Unique drop-in centre including training for people with deafblindness in the use of computers, Internet and e-communication.
Art therapy
Art-based programs for people with a range of disabilities to explore their creative side.
Music therapy
Music-based programs for people with a range of disabilities and health issues, provided to groups and individuals.


Phone: 1300 225 369


  • Community access/Social participation
  • Community transport
  • Disability Employment Network
  • Home maintenance and modification
  • In-home personal care
  • Respite and support
  • Skills development

  • High and complex support

  • Administration
  • Community Care Worker
  • Disability Support Worker
  • Frontline Professional
  • Frontline Support
  • Manager/Supervisor
  • Social Educator
  • Social Worker


  Event Title From Date To Date Location
17th Deafblind International World Conference 2019. 12/08/2019 16/08/2019 Queensland