What choices are right for me?

"I live with my friends.” Warwick

"I live with my friends.”

— Warwick

Make your own choices about how you want to live with supported and independent living, including; in-home support, community accommodation options and accommodation at Minda’s Brighton site.

Minda offer a range of support options, which means you can make your own decision about who you would like to live with, how you want to be supported and where you want to live.

“There are a lot of things I can do.” Thea

“There are a lot of things I can do.”

— Thea

From cooking to gardening and sports to art you can create, discover, participate and learn. Our large variety of high quality and engaging programs enhance social and life skills, develop and build on interests and abilities.

There is something for everyone and the ability to shape programs based on what you like to do, with a focus on inclusion and choice.

“I like making good food.” Henry

“I like making good food.”

— Henry

Learn the skills to work in a job, discover something you’re interested in, with support that suits you. Supported employment at Minda offers you the opportunity to contribute your skills and abilities as part of the work force.

With Minda you can earn a wage, develop new skills and build your confidence, self esteem and status in the community in a supportive and positive environment.

Minda offers a range of allied health services and also developmental programs, workshops and courses to help you to learn skills for the future and live a healthy life.

The multi-disciplinary team can help to maximise skills and enhance your quality of life, personal development and wellbeing. You can also be supported to achieve a greater level of independence with self advocacy and skills for life training, with programs tailored to suit you.

“I don’t know where we’d be without Minda.” Nenad

“I don’t know where we’d be without Minda.”

— Nenad

Get time to relax as a family, have time away from home, or take a vacation. At Minda, we know that caring for someone living with intellectual disability can be hard work both physically and emotionally.

Minda’s respite and vacation care services provide you with the freedom to take a break and recharge.

Reconciliation Action Plan

We are excited to announce that Reconciliation Australia has endorsed our Reconciliation Action Plan.

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Environmental success

Electronic Recycling Australia (ERA) has just recorded its biggest year yet, processing 3.25 million kilograms of e-waste, moving to a huge new site and introducing polystyrene foam recycling.

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our stories

Chelsea's chance at independence

Over the last few years, Chelsea’s smiling face has become a familiar sight at Minda. I know that when you read her story that you will feel so proud of how she has blossomed.

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Roger's exemplary empathy

18 Jan 2021

After spending 30 years in the bakery trade, a good friend of Roger’s convinced him to give a career in disability support a chance. He gave it a go and hasn’t looked back.

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Meeting a growing need in the north

13 Jan 2021

With the number of people with an NDIS plan in the Salisbury/Playford area set to grow from 10,000 to 14,000 in the next few years, Minda’s northern team is keen to step up and meet demand.

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Jan has a real love of volunteering

08 Jan 2021

For not-for-profit organisations like Minda, volunteers are often the lifeblood that helps keep the wheels in motion and positive outcomes achieved

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Sharing the story of her family

23 Dec 2020

Raising awareness of life with disability was a driving force behind Cristina Rodert putting pen to paper and sharing her family’s story as part of a new book The Eighteen Point Five.

sa learning centre

The South Australian Learning Centre (SALC), at Minda's Brighton site, is a Registered Training Organisation offering training programs and short courses in the areas of Disability, Aged Care and Mental Health.

The nationally accredited courses drive quality outcomes by offering hands-on, job-ready training, delivered by industry experts.

Find out more or enrol now