A proud gold sponsor of the Perth Disability Connection Expo, Nulsen Disability Services has a well-regarded legacy, soon reaching 70 years, of service to people with disability.
Established in 1954, Nulsen Disability Services is a West Australian based organisation dedicated to providing exceptional support and care services to individuals with complex disability. With a strong commitment to empowering lives and promoting independence, Nulsen has emerged as a leading provider in the disability support sector.
At the heart of Nulsen’s approach is their person-centred philosophy, which recognises the unique needs, goals, and aspirations of each individual. They believe in the inherent value and potential of every person, regardless of their disability, and work tirelessly to create opportunities for personal growth and fulfilment.
Nulsen offers a wide range of innovative programs and services tailored to the diverse needs of the people they support. From accommodation to therapy and nursing supports respite, their comprehensive support network ensures that individuals with disability have access to the assistance they require to lead meaningful and inclusive lives.
One of Nulsen’s standout offerings is their Supported Independent Living (SIL) program. This initiative enables individuals with disability to live in a home-like environment while receiving personalised support from highly trained staff. By fostering a sense of autonomy and self-reliance, the SIL program empowers individuals to make choices about their daily lives, develop essential life skills, and participate actively in their communities.
Nulsen places a strong emphasis on staff training and development, ensuring that their team members possess the expertise and compassion necessary to deliver exceptional care. Through ongoing professional development opportunities, Nulsen equips its staff with the knowledge and skills to provide the highest quality support services to people with disability.
With almost 70 years of experience, Nulsen has positively impacted the lives of countless individuals and families in Western Australia. Their unwavering commitment to person-centred care, innovation, and advocacy has earned them recognition and trust within the disability support sector.