At Mosaic, we open up a world of possibilities and experiences. And we do it together, one client and life goal at a time.

We provide disability support services that give people aged 18+ across Perth – and their families – more choices, control and independence.

This has been our mission since 1992, when our not-for-profit organisation was established by three Perth families who wanted more options and opportunities for loved ones living with disability.

Today, as a registered NDIS provider, you’ll find the same focus on family and community underpins everything we do for people living with intellectual disability, acquired brain injury, autism, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, multiple sclerosis or visual or hearing impairment.

That’s why our 200+ team, working across 20 locations throughout Perth, still feels like an extended family, building one-on-one relationships that enable us to personalise our growing range of services:

  • NDIS Support Co-ordination. Helping people with disability develop an NDIS plan that works for them – the supports they need to live the life they want.
  • Supported Independent Living. Enabling clients to live independently in our safe, secure, purpose-built residential homes, assisted by dedicated support workers.
  • Community Access and Support. Supporting clients to enjoy social, recreational, educational and employment experiences and live life to the full in the community.
  • Therapy and Positive Behaviour Support services. Helping clients develop life skills and learn problem-solving techniques so they can enjoy rewarding relationships and the lifestyle they want to enjoy.

Our values

  • We listen carefully with empathy
  • We seek to empower
  • We are courageous in our actions
  • We are authentic and transparent
  • We connect and collaborate
  • We are accountable and strive for excellence

Our history

Originally named Gosnells and Armadale Community Living Association (GACLA), Mosaic was established in 1992 by three Perth families who wanted better options for family members with disability.

GACLA became Mosaic Community Care Inc in 2005 and is now known simply as Mosaic or Mosaic Community Care.

The name, originally suggested by Life Member Lorraine DeLacy, is synonymous with the many people who make up the whole of Mosaic.

The office has moved twice, from Armadale to O’Connor and more recently, to larger premises in Jandakot as Mosaic has grown in response to the needs of the community.

In 2014, Her Excellency the Honourable Kerry Sanderson AO, Governor of Western Australia, accepted patronage, since succeeded in 2018 by His Excellency the Honourable Kim Beazley AO.