The Disability Housing Centre was created to bring all disability and housing needs together.With a shortfall of 28,000 homes in Australia, we are here to help assist with specialist housing accommodation, NDIS compliant home modifications, support and assistance for the community all under one roof.
The DISABILITY HOUSING CENTRE 9/462 Hawthorne Road, Bulimba, QLD
Meet The Team
Emma brings a unique skillset to The Disability Housing Centre. Graduating With a Double Business Degree in Marketing & Property Development from Griffith University in 2016, Emma is responsible for developing the strategic partnerships at The Disability Housing Centre ensuring quality accommodation is available and smooth processes are in place for our clients. Emma has spent the past 2 years working with builders and architects to design NDIS Specialist Disability Accommodation compliant homes.
Lead Residence Facilitator
Angie is the embodiment of The DHC “No wrong Doors” approach. Having previously worked for the NDIA as an NDIS Planner and held other roles as a Support Coordinator, Angie has extensive knowledge of the NDIS and a well-rounded understanding of the pathways to access NDIS accommodation. Angie can assist Participants to access SDA funding in their NDIS plan if required, as well as assist with vacancy enquiries and tenant matching. Angie is currently studying a Bachelor of Community Development.
Tanya has completed a Bachelor of Humanitarian Community Studies and Certificate IVs in Risk and Project Management, backed by over 15 years of public service experience in contract management and service delivery roles across the NT and QLD. Capitalising on her stakeholder engagement experience, you’ll see Tanya out in the community raising awareness of SDA to ensure people with disability with High Physical Support needs can gain access to a well-designed home that allows for increased community connection and independent living arrangements.
Colette is an experienced marketing, engagement and communication professional who has worked on various projects across disciplines including non-profit organisations, public and private industry. She is most looking forward to seeing the AI developments that occur in the disability housing space.
Marketing & Admin
Natalie’s concern for social justice issues underpins her commitment to sharing The Disability Housing Centre message far and wide. Holding a Bachelor of Business, with over 20 years’ experience as a creative and results-driven marketing professional, she is dedicated to guiding NDIS participants, their families and support coordinators through the right door for their disability housing needs.
The Disability Housing Centre Code of Ethics:
DHC are committed to being straightforward and honest in all professional and business relationships. We endeavor to employ staff from within the sector in which we operate, to give back to the community and offer job fulfillment and career progression for all DHC employees.
DHC under no circumstances will allow bias, conflict of interest or undue influence of others.
Professional Competence and Due Care.
DHC has a continuing duty to maintain professional knowledge and skill at the level required to ensure that our clients receive competent professional services based on current developments in practice, legislation and techniques. We will act diligently and in accordance with applicable technical and professional standards when providing professional services.
DHC respect the confidentiality of information acquired as a result of professional and business relationships and should not disclose any such information to third parties without proper and specific authority unless there is a legal or professional right or duty to disclose. Confidential information acquired as a result of professional and business relationships will not be used for the personal advantage of any individual within or associated with The Disability Housing Centre.
DHC will comply with the relevant laws and regulations within relevant industry sectors in which it operates.