About us

CLA in Profile

Community Lifestyle Accommodation Ltd (CLA) is a not-for-profit organisation registered in November 2010 under the Corporations act 2001. It is a company limited by guarantee and managed by a board.

Our board is a group of dedicated individuals with varying skills, knowledge and expertise. We are committed to addressing the critical lack of suitable accommodation for people with an intellectual disability.

CLA seek to work in partnership with Federal, State and Local Governments, non-government providers and the wider community.

(Liaising with Department of Human Services, Victoria.)

Supporting carers through information, transitional planning and advocacy.

Making older carers a priority.

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Invite: CLA General Meeting & Guest Speaker August 2018

CLA Members & Parents/Carers welcome   Date: Mon 27 August Time: 10am for 10.30am start – 1.30pm close Venue: Conference room Morning Star Estate, 1 Sunnyside Rd Mt Eliza _________________________________________________________ General meeting attendees welcome @ 10am or 11am for guest speaker GUEST SPEAKERS at 11am: Ashley Whitelaw OT Student Monash University Frankston & Libby Callaway …

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CLA Sausage Sizzle at Bunnings

Great support at Bunnings Sizzle

Big thank you to those who popped in for a snag on Wednesday May 23rd and the volunteers who braved the cold weather. You helped us raise a whopping $1,200 – all to go towards supporting carers of children with disability. On behalf of them we thank you deeply! SaveSave

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CLA visit the Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron

On Thursday April 26th a small group of people from the Community Lifestyle Accommodation group attended for sailing in the Rosza’s Beneteau, Amalie and lunch courtesy of Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron (BYS). Activity such as this as part of the Sailability Blairgowrie program is in a small way support for both the parents and their children …

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Commonwealth Ombudsman’s report into the NDIS’s plan review system has revealed up to 8,000 people are stuck waiting for an outcome.

The NDIA has accepted the Ombudsman’s 20 recommendations. CLA urges all Carers to join local carer groups, we have power in numbers to push for urgent action to get the NDIS back on track to deliver reasonable and necessary support to the individual with a significant disability. Administration of reviews under the National Disability Insurance Scheme …

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