Our strategy is driven by our duty of care. We will be financially stable, commercially viable, and socially responsible.
Our strategic focus is on our financial security, our structural flexibility to meet emerging challenges and on having the right mix of demand based services to work cooperatively with alliance partners for growth and new opportunities.
We will achieve our financial security objectives by maximising our return on fixed and non-fixed assets, including the utilisation of existing land, equipment, human and social capital. This will include a significant lift in functional capacity, volunteerism and corporate giving.
We will achieve our structural flexibility objectives by scaling our operations to reflect existing and future commercial opportunities, by working closely with our stakeholders on funding variations, wage case impacts and evolving NDIS operational frameworks.
We will achieve our growth objectives by integrating our proven services with emerging commercial offerings that meets the flexible, local, social and more mobile demands of our customers. These commercial services will be enhanced and supported by mutually beneficial alliances in our chosen regional service area.
To be the best provider of a diverse range of programs and options for people with disabilities throughout their adult life.
To empower people with disabilities and other stakeholders to reach their highest potential and quality of life through the provision of sustainable businesses and services.