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Western Australia's Individualised Services

WAiS support and information services have now sadly ceased.

To ensure WAiS resources continue to be freely and publicly available, the website will continue as is, pending the formal transfer of the resources to Inclusion Solutions and Self Management Hub.

We acknowledge the Whadjuk people of the Noongar Nation as the custodians of the land that WAiS is located on and we pay our respects to all Elders, past, present and future.

What would it take to achieve your goals and dreams?

Influence the State and National systems through leadership and strategic advice.
Tap into existing abilities of people, families and organisations to support self-direction.
Provide information and resources to support self direction
Research and share information and experiences to discover and create opportunities.
Individualised Living, Flatmates, Homesharer, Co-residency
Planning seeks to discover how someone wants to live, increasing people’s belonging in community life.
Self-management is when you manage your NDIS funding yourself or on behalf of your loved one.
Supported decision making is a model to support people to exercise their legal capacity.

Our Guiding Values


Self-Direction, is about US, as complex and beautiful human beings who get to be our own persons, with our own authority and our own ways of being, loving, communicating, working, playing, and deciding what is right for us.

Human Rights

Human rights recognise the inherent value of each person, regardless of background, where we live, what we look like, what we think or what we believe. They are about being treated fairly, treating others fairly and having the ability to make genuine choices in our daily lives.


“You are a citizen where you are defined by your contribution, by what you create in the company of others, not by what you consume.” Mike GreenCitizenship is based on the human rights of people. We believe citizenship is about what people can offer each other and the community.


Each day our society becomes more and more diverse; we meet more people daily and each one brings a new perspective about something into our lives. People everywhere have different opinions and ideas that we might never have thought of.

Whose life is it anyway?

This is the video footage taken at our WAiS 'Whose life is it anyway?" conference in May 2016. The themes of the conference were: 'life is better with friends and family, 'life is better when you have options' and 'life is better with meaning and purpose". We thank the people who willingly contributed to the video.

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