We don’t try to squeeze you into a box that someone else has designed. As a registered NDIS provider, our disability services identify activities and outcomes that meet your needs. We work with you to create support plans and goals so you can live the life you choose.
We can support you to stay independent at home with general cleaning and household tasks.
Personal care & medications
We can assist with personal care, and if you need help taking medication or need prompting, we can do that too.
Shopping & appointments
Chorus can help with shopping, banking, appointments or activities that keep you connected to your community and living independently.
Visit new places and meet new people! Social activities are fun ways to try something different, and pursue a hobby or an interest.
Finding & Keeping a job
If you are living with disability, injury or a mental health condition, Chorus can provide information, advice and the best ways to look for work.
Our chefs and friendly volunteers deliver nutritious, fresh, healthy meals to your door.
If you need help coordinating support for your NDIS plan, we can help you.
How to get help
As approved provider to the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA), Chorus can help you test your eligibility for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) so that you can plan and manage your life as you wish. We partner with you to support you in leading an independent and fulfilling life.
Chorus Social Centres
Chorus Peel North is also home to Ability Arts.
Ability Arts is an innovative and individualised program for people with disabilities. The program offers activities which allow freedom of expression and experimentation with many different types and forms of art, pottery, music, yoga and photography.
Participants have the opportunity to present their works in professional exhibitions, perform regularly in the community and enjoy the friendships that they form in a safe and supportive setting.
Our participants have also created their own social enterprise The Corner Shop where they are responsible for stocking and selling artworks. The money raised for this is reinvested into the pottery program to buy specialised equipment to enhance their skills further.
6 Cumberland Street, Greenfields, WA 6210