We respect people, value diversity and are committed to equality.

Inclusive Care Choices are a disability service provider who specialise in mental health and neurodiversity.

Our Mission is to provide person-centred care that is tailored to the unique needs and preferences of each individual.

This means that the team takes the time to get to know each person, their interests, their goals, and their challenges, and works with them to develop a care plan that meets their specific needs.


Experienced and compassionate staff

We have a team of highly trained and experienced staff who are passionate about supporting people with disabilities to live full and meaningful lives. 


Commitment of care

Our staff are committed to delivering high-quality care with compassion and empathy and strive to build strong and supportive relationships with their clients.


Wide range of services

We offer a wide range of services to support individuals with disabilities, including in-home support, community participation, respite care, and more.


Emphasis on inclusion and community engagement

We are committed to promoting inclusion and community engagement for people with disabilities.  Our teams work closely with clients to help them build connections with their local community.


Continuous improvement and innovation

Being committed to continuously improving services and exploring new and innovative ways to support people with disabilities. We are constantly seeking feedback from clients and their families, and use this feedback to inform their service delivery and make improvements where necessary.


No Extra Fees

We follow the price guide from the NDIS though we are a boutique-style provider and can find solutions to meet your funding and support needs. Working together as a team.

By recognising the diversity of needs within the neurodivergent community, we can ensure that everyone has equal access to the resources and support they need to thrive.

Our Services

At Inclusive Care Choices, we are committed to providing personalised and high-quality support to NDIS participants. Our goal is to empower individuals to achieve their goals through reliable and effective person-centred support services. We strive to tailor our services to meet the unique needs of each participant and provide a personalised experience. We offer direct support to individuals interested in receiving 1:1 support, group therapy programs, social groups, STA and respite.

Support Coordination

Community Access

Daily Living Support

Life Skills Development

Carers Impact Statement Workbook

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“Inclusive Care Choices are great to work with, My team has come in with great commmuication and things got organised fast and efficiently.
The support I recieve each week has changed my life tremendously and the life of my family as well.
Having a physical disability is a huge challenge for me, I can have days where I am able to do alot and then I have days where it is harder do much at all. I make sure my sons needs come first in what I do and other things do get neglected a little and that’s where the help comes in. Having the support I am recieving is amazing and I appreciate you guys do for me and my family.
Thank you”.
Melissa Hosking

ICC Participant

“I was struggling to find a new support coordinator for my client a few months back and was presented with many recommendations. One in particular stood out to us so we made contact.
From the very start we were impressed.
The communication and knowledge that was shown to us from Inclusive Care Choices blew us away.
The meet and greet confirmed we’d made the right choice.
All the services my client was missing in her life were suddenly all presented to her and more.
All within such a short period too!
It’s fair to say I love my clients support coordinator and would highly recommend to any client in need, am so grateful we found Inclusive Care Choices and that my clients are now being looked after properly”


Ally Harrison

Independant Support Worker

“I was able to visit my Mum’s grave in Tasmania. She died 25 years ago, while I was working overseas as a registered nurse. I haven’t had the opportunity to see her grave and ‘say goodbye’ like I needed to. I went with a support worker for four days and was able to finally grieve my Mum. I can’t tell you how much this means to me. I’ll never be able to put this into words. I feel that this is what choice, is about. I have CPTSD and many physical illnesses. I’ll never get better, that’s the reality. With the right support, as I have with Inclusive Care Choices, I have an opportunity to live well, get out of my home and be brave enough to make life worth living”

Rae Kop

ICC Participant

Our diverse team are passionate about making a real difference.

Inclusive Care operates in the south east region of Melbourne and Australia wide support coordination services.

0493 388 027

South East Melbourne & Surrounds

Inclusive Care Choices respectfully acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land, the Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung and Bunurong Boon Wurrung peoples of the Eastern Kulin and pays respect to their Elders past, present and emerging.

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