At One Love Humanity, we are exceptionally passionate about disability advocacy, support, and education. We adopt a holistic approach to disability care, and acknowledge the unique and specific needs for each individual client accessing our services.

We understand that disability is a broad term, and encompasses a wide range of ailments and conditions, of which require specialised and catered support. Our One Love Humanity team are committed to providing safe, ethical, responsible, and highly specialised disability support. Our accomplished and practical team are dedicated to disability-informed and competent practice, and receive frequent and comprehensive training in working with a variety of disabilities.

One Love Humanity is awaiting resgistration as a provider under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), whereby the Australian Government funds our services for eligible clients.

One Love Community Care (OLCC) is committed to providing comprehensive support to individuals with a wide range of disabilities. They invest in frequent and comprehensive training to ensure their team can effectively work with diverse disabilities. Here are some of the disabilities OLCC may work with:
  • Physical Disabilities: This includes conditions that affect mobility and physical functioning, such as cerebral palsy, spinal cord injuries, and muscular dystrophy.
  • Intellectual Disabilities: OLCC may provide support to individuals with intellectual disabilities like Down syndrome, autism spectrum disorders, and intellectual developmental disorders.
  • Sensory Disabilities: They may work with individuals who are blind or have visual impairments, as well as those who are deaf or hard of hearing.
  • Psychiatric Disabilities: OLCC can support individuals dealing with mental health challenges, including depression, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, and bipolar disorder.
  • Neurological Disabilities: Conditions such as epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, and Parkinson’s disease may be among the disabilities OLCC addresses.
  • Developmental Disabilities: This category includes a wide range of conditions affecting development, such as attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and specific learning disabilities.
  • Acquired Disabilities: OLCC may also support individuals who have acquired disabilities due to accidents, injuries, or illnesses, such as traumatic brain injuries (TBI) or stroke survivors.
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD): OLCC may provide specialized support and therapies for individuals on the autism spectrum.
  • Speech and Communication Disorders: This includes individuals with speech impediments, communication disorders, or speech-language delays.
  • Cognitive Disabilities: OLCC may work with individuals who have cognitive impairments, which can result from various conditions, including traumatic brain injuries or genetic disorders.
  • Behavioral Disabilities: They may offer services to individuals with challenging behaviors that require specialized interventions and support.
  • Neuromuscular Disorders: Conditions like muscular dystrophy or ALS (Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) may require specific care and assistance.
  • Chronic Health Conditions: OLCC may support individuals with chronic health conditions such as diabetes, cystic fibrosis, or epilepsy, who require ongoing medical and emotional support.
  • Rare and Genetic Disorders: Individuals with rare or genetic disorders often have unique care needs that OLCC can address.
  • Developmental Delays: Children and adults with developmental delays may benefit from OLCC’s support in achieving their developmental milestones.
OLCC’s commitment to comprehensive training ensures that our team is well-equipped to provide person-centred care tailored to the specific needs and aspirations of individuals with these disabilities. We work to empower individuals to lead fulfilling lives with dignity, regardless of the challenges they may face.
What do disability support services look like at One Love Humanity?
  • Tailored Support Services
  • Residential support services
  • 24-hour care
  • Specialised Respite and Retreat Services
  • Education and Employment Opportunities
  • Support and networking groups [carers, people with a disability]
  • Community Activities and Engagement
  • Advocacy and support for carers and families
  • Advocacy and support for those living with a disability
  • Assistance with life skills and gaining independence
  • Cultural Respect and Sensitivity
  • Referral processes
Please get in touch with us to arrange communication with our friendly staff to find out if you are eligible for funded services under NDIS
Referral Intake Appointments