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.


Proud Performance by Beleura Village Chorus

Another fundraising delight organised by the CLA brings in much needed funds for building accommodation for adults with a disability. On Sunday 8th April, 2018, our fundraising team member Carole organised the very successful High Tea & Silent Auction at the Beleura Village Chorus to Blue Hills Rise Village in Cranbourne raising a whopping $1,965 …

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Melba Support Services

Invite: NDIS information session

COMMUNITY LIFESTYLE ACCOMMODATION LTD INVITES YOU TO: NDIS information session Date: Thursday 31 May 2018 Time: 10am for 10.30am start – 1.30pm close Venue: Conference room Morning Star Estate, 1 Sunnyside Rd Mt Eliza _________________________________________________________ Information about the National Disability Insurance Scheme & how our speakers can assist you. SPEAKERS WILL COVER: OPTIONS for PLAN MANAGEMENT …

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Autistic Gardener Channel 4

The Autistic Gardener – series on Channel 4

Lovely series to watch where a team of autistic gardeners are challenged to re-design gardens 👍🏼 http://www.channel4.com/programmes/the-autistic-gardener

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General Meeting 26 March 2018

Many questions answered at today’s General Meeting

Today’s CLA General Meeting saw many questions answered by Dr John Chesterman OPA Thank you John for helping our carers understand the legal issues that impact on families caring for a person with an cognitive impairment. John handed out the latest publications put out by the OPA. CLA were encouraged to keep up our advocacy …

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