Our Values

 Each person's individuality, his or her unique gifts, talents, preferences, and differences must be honored, respected and valued.

People have the right to make self-determined and safe, informed choices and that the right should be respected by everyone.

Quality of life is determined by the individual, their family, caregivers and/or friends.

People who have a developmental disability have the same right as other members of society to participate in community life and to realize their individual potential for physical, social, emotional, intellectual and spiritual development.
A welcoming organization is crucial to the support we provide to individuals, in partnership with their families, caregivers and friends as well as their community.

Supports for people who have a developmental disability must:
• Focus on increased independence, employment, voluntary and recreational opportunities in the community
• Create opportunities in everyday life that are the same, or as close as possible, to norms and patterns that are valued in the general community
• Be tailored to meet individual needs and goals
• Be designed and administered in ways that respect the rights of people who have a developmental disability to privacy and confidentiality
• Promote safety, especially for those who may be at risk.


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Community Living North Perth uses a person centred approach to supporting people to live as independently as possible. This approach truly reflects and meets the needs and capabilities of each person.