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.


CLA Mad Hatters Tea Party 19 Feb 2018

CLA Mad Hatters Tea Party—Event Booked Out

Monday 19 February 2018 Event Booked Out A fun event planned by CLA for parents/carers to start this year with friendship, relaxation, laughter and sharing information. A free event for primary carers. Our patron Judy Barrett has a beautiful garden at the Morning Star often used for weddings, families get the chance to view the …

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Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year message from CLA

Merry Christmas from us all at CLA

Please click our Christmas message to view our wishes to you & accomplishments of 2017.

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CLA on ‘A Registration and Accreditation Scheme for the Victorian Disability Workforce’

CLA’s Submission in response to the Consultation Paper on “Registration and Accreditation Scheme for the Victorian Disability Workforce We welcomed the opportunity to provide our input into these discussions and look forward to hearing the outcome. Written by Marsha Sheridan on behalf of the CLA board. Contact: marie.hell@bigpond.com or 0423 356 878 Click here to …

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CLA Cloverleaf Project build at Rosebud SMPUC site

Christmas a time of HOPE & JOY

Cloverleaf housing project has commenced – on Uniting Church Land in Rosebud 8 adults with a disability will have a place to call home, their ageing parents will have peace of mind. There are hundreds of ageing carers on the Peninsula living in fear of dying, worried what will happen to their dependents. (“Must passionate …

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