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From humble beginnings in 1954, Nulsen has grown to become one of Western Australia leading disability service providers.
Our mission is to enable people with disabilities to live a fulfilling life as part of an accepting community.
To help achieve this we provide a comprehensive range of disability support services including:
- Disability support accommodation with 24-hour assistance so people with profound disabilities receive quality care in a home environment.
- Tailored personal programs for each of the people we support based on their goals, hopes and dreams so they have the highest possible quality of life.
- Creativity programs to foster the spirit and dreams of the people we support.
- Alternatives to employment so the people we support lead more interesting and diverse lives.
- Supporting research to improve the quality of life for people with disabilities.
- Community education for schools and community groups to raise awareness of disabilities and to create an accepting community in which people with disabilities can live.
Nulsen was established more than 55 years ago at a time when parents of children with severe disabilities had nowhere to turn and we remain strongly guided by our heritage.
We have the courage to do what is right and to take on challenges that others won't That was true of our founding parents, and it's still true today.
Today, Nulsen is one of Western Australia's leading disability services organisations focusing on people with profound intellectual and physical disabilities. Many of the people we support also have complex health needs and challenging behaviours.
We are a not-for-profit, disability services organisation providing accommodation with 24-hour support and community activities for residents. Our high quality disability support services include accommodation, therapy, nursing, recreation, skill development programs, community participation, training and creative development.
Our mission is to enable people with disabilities to achieve and maintain a valued quality of life as part of an accepting community. To achieve this, we employ over 380 dedicated and courageous support workers and other staff to provide disability services to over 100 residents in 24 homes.
- Community access/Social participation
- Complex support
- High support
- Disability Support Worker
- Residential Support Worker
- Teacher's Aide
- Team Leader