How We Help

Supported Independent Living (SIL) Accommodation

providing a safe, long-term and welcoming home

Crosslinks provides shared Supported Independent Living (SIL) accommodation for people with SIL funding in their NDIS plan. Our aim is to provide you with a long-term home – a place where you feel secure, cared-for and comfortable. Your permanent home, where your particular physical, mental, and social requirements are fully catered for. Vacancies are available now. 



Crosslinks is a not-for-profit organisation that provides caring, qualified support workers to assist people with daily tasks in their home, and to help people get out-and-about and enjoy their community. As a registered National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provider, we start with the goals in your NDIS plan and we work with you to achieve them.


Successfully manage your Plan, your way

Our experienced Support Coordination team can help you understand and manage your NDIS plan, and coordinate your supports. They help people of any age or type of disability.  

Social Club Adults

RAp social club - for friendship and fun

Crosslinks found that many people expressed a desire in their NDIS plan, to make friends and experience new activities. So, we created a great social club! RAP Club (RAP stands for Recreate and Participate) is a community-based social club for people with an intellectual disability aged 18 years and over. Our goal is to promote fun, friendship, and independence. The club runs every fortnight on Saturday and there is a day club and a night club, to cater for people that enjoy different activities.  

Social Club Youth

helping young people MAKE FRIENDS & have fun

Are you 13-17 years old? Do you want to have fun and make new friends? Then join our Crosslinks Youth Group! Each fortnight meet up with people your own age and do activities you would like to do. 

Community Activities

activities for people with intellectual disabilities

Crosslinks offers regular community activities around the Midland area for people with intellectual disabilities. These activities are open to the general public, so you do not have to be a Crosslinks participant to join in. Our activities have been limited recently due to Covid-19, but we plan to be back with karaoke, music time, and other regular activities soon. Our popular art group that runs at the same time as school terms, is still operating. Contact us if you would like to join the creative fun next term.

Getting Started

To become a Crosslinks participant, there are a few important steps to go through first. This is because we don’t use a “one size fits all” approach. We want to get to know you as an individual. 


All of our pricing is laid out in our pricing page. Click below to find out more.

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