About Crosslinks

supporting people with disabilities since 1996

Crosslinks has proudly supported people with disabilities for 25 years. We are a not-for-profit organisation that has been part of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) since its inception. Although we’ve been involved in the disability sector for a long time, our energetic, vibrant team is constantly looking for ways to better the lives of our participants. Today, Crosslinks has a team of more than 200 staff who provide support services to hundreds of people all over the Perth metropolitan area, from our base in Midland.

Registered ndis provider & not-for-profit

Crosslinks is a registered NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) provider so you can be assured that our services and supports meet the level of quality and safety stated in the NDIS Code of Conduct and Practice Standards. We are regularly audited to ensure that these standards continue to be met.

Importantly, we are also a not-for-profit organisation, so our profits are invested back into delivering and improving the services we offer participants. 

Our core services include: 

  1. Long-term Accommodation
  2. Community Participation
  3. Activities
  4. Support Coordination

Who we help

Crosslinks is very careful to ensure that we have the right skills and resources to provide the best care for each of our participants. It’s important that we can properly cater for your needs and that we are a good fit for you.

The Crosslinks Support Coordination team can help anyone with an approved NDIS plan to understand and implement their plan. The Crosslinks Accommodation, Community Participation and Activities teams primarily assist people with autism, intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, developmental delays and/or related disabilities. However, this is a very broad generalisation. Please call us on 9374 1600 to discuss your individual needs or book an appointment.  

areas we service

Crosslinks head office is located in Midland, Perth (Western Australia).

We support people with a disability from all over the Perth metropolitan region, however about 70% of our participants come from the following areas: 

  1. City of Swan
  2. Town of Bassendean
  3. Shire of Mundaring
  4. City of Kalamunda
  5. City of Belmont

our guiding principles

VISION STATEMENT

 Your Life, Your Choice, Your Way.

PURPOSE

To connect individuals who receive Crosslinks services to their community and maximise their potential by providing flexible, personalised options. 

VALUES

Equity & Inclusion: All people are equal and included. 

Dignity & Respect: All people are treated with dignity and respect. 

Empowerment: All people have choice and control. 

Integrity: Crosslinks is honest, ethical and open in all that we do.

CUSTOMER CHARTER

The standards you can expect when accessing our services. 

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