Regional WA

We understand there’s an unmet need in our regions for disability support, and that support needs in the regions differ from those in metro areas. That’s why in 2020 we set up shop in Geraldton, to help support the good people of the Midwest living with disabilities.

Our Geraldton team are happy and willing to support anybody with a disability; our team members are experienced in supporting participants with complex mental health challenges and neurological disorders, such as schizophrenia and autism spectrum disorder respectively. The team also has experience with participants with diabetes, epilepsy, and intellectual disabilities.

The services we offer at our Geraldton office are very similar to the services we offer in Perth with a few exceptions.

In Geraldton we can assist you with

Assistance with daily life or everyday needs such as household cleaning

Assistance with social and community participation where one of our friendly support workers will help you to get out and about in your community

Assistance with connecting to allied mental health professionals such as counsellors, psychologists, or psychiatrists

Development and training to increase your skills so you can participate in community, social and recreational activities

If you live in one of the smaller towns in the City of Geraldton, such as Northampton, Walkaway, Dongara, or even Kalbarri or Mullewa, give us a call and we’ll try and source a support worker for you in that area.


Specialist Disability in Wandina, Geraldton.

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We are proud to say that this house is one of Australia’s most sustainable SDA homes boasting over 9 Stars NatHERS rating and comes with a solar and battery storage system helping put real disposable income back into your pocket.

Read our blog to discover what we have to offer.

Psychosocial disability and stigma

Due to its basis in mental health, psychosocial disability is one of the most heavily stigmatised disability types. The stigma against people living with a psychosocial disability is compounded due to mental health stereotyping, along with misconceptions about mental illness, as well as the stigma around having a disability of any kind. This compounded stigma, at the individual and systemic levels, stops people from seeking help for their condition.

That’s why in 2021, the NDIA developed and published the Psychosocial Disability Recovery-Oriented Framework (Recovery Framework). This framework was developed to guide the NDIS in improving its responsiveness to
psychosocial disability.

At Helping Solutions, we also acknowledge the stigma and discrimination faced by people with psychosocial disability within the healthcare system and we’re committed to addressing it by spreading awareness. You can read more about this in our Diversity & Inclusion Statement.

Speak to us today about how we can best support you