Passionate Team. We Are Here Because We Care.

Informed Western Care Services (IWCS) is a registered NDIS provider in South Western Sydney, offering disability and specialty care services to persons with physical and intellectual disability, mental illness, and/or under the autism spectrum, whose health and well-being, or other impediments, are negatively impacting their ability to live a normal life. Among the services we provide are individualised support, supported independent living, in-home or out-of-home assistive services, and community engagement activities.

As an NDIS company, we support participants in eliminating barriers to inclusion by increasing access to opportunities and independence for persons with disabilities and mental health issues. We prioritise collaboration with state and local disability advocates to identify and resolve issues that decrease community integration and independence.

Person Centred Care

IWCS is continually seeking to achieve quality access to safe, affordable integrated housing in inclusive communities. Our support services and strategic direction are aligned with the recovery-oriented model to achieve an optimal state of personal, social, and emotional well-being, as defined by each individual, whilst participants live with or recovering from a mental health condition.

As one of the leading NDIS providers in South Western Sydney, Informed Western Care Services is guided by the principles of choice and control for participants, a lifetime commitment to supports and funding (enables hope and optimism), provision of plan flexibility (enables support to be used to meet different needs at different times), opportunities for increased social and economic participation, and disability-focused support which is recovery orientated.

Our Mission

Our mission is to ensure that individuals with psychosocial, physical, and intellectual disabilities have the opportunity to live their lives to the fullest.

Our Vision

Our vision is to create an inclusive environment built on trust, respect, and equality, where people with a disability are empowered to live the life they choose.