Disability services

The City offers a range of community based services and programs for people with disability, their brothers and sisters and families.

Including people with disability in their community, and working with individuals and families/carers to ensure that programs and services remain responsive to individual needs, is the focus of the City's Disability Services Branch.

To be eligible to access these disability services the person must be eligible to receive services from the Disability Services Commission, or be assessed as eligible for HACC services by the Regional Assessment Service (RAS) (for the Awesome Fun Club and Community Independence Program). Referrals are accepted from individuals, families or any agency.

For more information contact the City's Disability Services Coordinator on 9391 6030 or email

Awesome Fun Club

The Awesome Fun Club offers inclusive, fun filled community based activities and a break for the participant's primary carer.

Littlies Holiday Group

School holiday activities for children aged between 6 - 12 years, with disability and living at home.

Australian Sign Language

Auslan Signbank is a language resources site for Auslan (Australian Sign Language). Auslan is the language of the deaf community in Australia.

Way Ahead Siblings Group

Providing an opportunity for siblings of people with disability to get together and enjoy social outings and support during school holidays.

Accessibility services

The City's libraries provide alternative accessibility options such as a home delivery service for housebound members and free bus transport. Conditions apply.

Community Independence Program

The Community Independence Program is a contemporary service designed specifically to meet the individual needs of people with disability and their families in the City of Gosnells community. The service is made possible through Home and Community Care (HACC) funding.

Looking to the Future

The City of Gosnells is currently considering its future planning and programs for people with disability. It’s important that this planning centres on what YOU want / require from any possible future service.