We know that if you’re inviting someone into your home, you need someone you can trust, someone who can work with your values, lifestyle and routines. Whatever it is you are looking for - be it getting ready for school or work, support with mealtimes, personal care or overnight assistance - we’re here to make your life at home easier with in home disability support.
We provide a range of allied health disability therapies that aim to help you reach your goals and live the kind of life you want. Our individual and group therapy services include occupational therapy, physiotherapy, speech therapy and social work.
Getting into your community
If you want to catch up with friends, attend events and performances, get to work or run every day errands, our Direct Support Workers can be there to assist you and your family whenever you need them. We invest a lot of time to ensure you have exactly the type of person you want delivering your support.
Creative, recreational and life skills programs
We run life skills programs that people love to be part of. They’re about creativity, trying new things, meeting new people, building new skills and, above all, enjoyment. From developing new life skills like cooking or managing money, to learning photography and trying new restaurants, these events, groups and programs are designed to suit a huge range of interests.
Equipment and communication aids
Equipment and communication technologies empower people to break down barriers each and every day. We prescribe and provide advice on equipment to maximise your independence and make everyday living easier. These include wheelchairs, walkers, communication devices and more.
As a Specialist Disability Accommodation and Supported Independent Living service provider, CPL supports you to live the life you choose, in your own home. We have the experience to help with support requirements and funding sources so you can find the living arrangement that's right for you.
Meet Scott and Sue
CPL has been working with the Stanton family from soon after Scott's diagnosis. With CPL, Scott has unleashed his creative passions, and mum Sue has welcomed help at home.