Prue Gorman


During 2019, CLP’s focus has remained strongly on offering support and connection for people with disability, alongside their family members, to build good lives as valued and contributing citizens in their local community.

CLP highlights 2018-2019


In this timeless article from 1996, first published by the Community Resource Unit, Michael Kendrick briefly describes some of the strengths that give authority to families when they are acting in the interests of their family member. The Natural Authority of Families, Michael Kendrick, 1996 With great regularity, consumers of services and […]

The Natural Authority of Families


Chairperson and Executive Officer Report This year has seen our major focus on supporting CLP people and families to transition successfully to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). The intensive pre-planning work undertaken with each person and their family has helped NDIS planners to better understand the vision and goals that […]

CLP Annual report 2017-2018




Since 2011, Jayne Barrett has managed the design and trialling of CLP’s Micro Enterprise Project which assists people who live with significant disabilities to have their own small business as an alternative to attending day programs. People who live with significant disabilities have traditionally only been offered recreation services in […]

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