About Mosaic

Community

Mosaic Community Care has been in WA since 1992. As a registered NDIS provider, we help create possibilities and transform the lives of people with disability.

From our first conversation to helping you plan for the right support services (for you or your loved one), Mosaic provides supported accommodation and community services, building the links needed to live an engaged and independent life.

A team of over 200 professionals work together to provide quality services you can trust. We know this can be a stressful time and want to reassure you that we are on this journey together.

We can help you plan for your NDIS and incorporate Positive Behaviour Support Supported Independent Living accommodation and Community Access and Support.

See Our Services tabs for more information, or call or email us. We can help in more ways than you may know and help put you on the path to living the life you want.

Supported Independent Living

Our History

Originally named Gosnells and Armadale Community Living Association (GACLA), Mosaic was established by a group of community members wanting better options for family members with disability.

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

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

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

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

In 2019, Mosaic is headed up by Pippa Cebis, its first female CEO, who is supported by a strong Executive Team of six experienced professionals. The organisation feels privileged to attract a high calibre of employee who view what they do truly brings much purpose in their lives.

With the Board, the Executive Team has developed the 2019-2022 Strategic Business Plan, which will be available in August 2019.

Community

Mosaic Community Care has been in WA since 1992. As a registered NDIS provider, we help create possibilities and transform the lives of people with disability.

From our first conversation to helping you plan for the right support services (for you or your loved one), Mosaic provides supported accommodation and community services, building the links needed to live an engaged and independent life.

A team of over 200 professionals work together to provide quality services you can trust. We know this can be a stressful time and want to reassure you that we are on this journey together.

We can help you plan for your NDIS and incorporate Positive Behaviour Support Supported Independent Living accommodation and Community Access and Support.

See Our Services tabs for more information, or call or email us. We can help in more ways than you may know and help put you on the path to living the life you want.

Supported Independent Living

Our History

Originally named Gosnells and Armadale Community Living Association (GACLA), Mosaic was established by a group of community members wanting better options for family members with disability.

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

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

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

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

In 2019, Mosaic is headed up by Pippa Cebis, its first female CEO, who is supported by a strong Executive Team of six experienced professionals. The organisation feels privileged to attract a high calibre of employee who view what they do truly brings much purpose in their lives.

With the Board, the Executive Team has developed the 2019-2022 Strategic Business Plan, which will be available in August 2019.

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