What we do - House with No Steps

What we do

At House with No Steps we’ve always believed in challenging the status quo to create a society that’s fairer and more inclusive of people with a disability.

We’re ready for change, ready to embrace the new world of the disability sector.

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Who is House with No Steps?

As one of Australia’s leading disability service providers, House with No Steps is dedicated to giving people with a disability greater choice, control, and freedom – empowering them to live life on their own terms across NSW, Qld, Vic, Tas, and the ACT. 

Giving people with a disability a fair go

Established in 1962 by Lionel Watts, CMG, MBE, House with No Steps has been supporting people with a disability for over 50 years. The disability sector has changed a lot in this time, but our focus has remained the same: enabling people with a disability to realise their personal aspirations and goals. In our eyes, having a disability should never limit the degree of choice and control people have over their own lives – so we work hard to make sure the people we support get a fair go.

There’s a world of opportunities and experiences out there, and we're here to help people with a disability make the most of it. We’re in a great position to support people in realising their dreams, whether that means moving out of home, finding a job they love, or becoming active members of the community. 

For us, there’s nothing more satisfying than discovering where someone wants to go, and supporting them in getting there – bringing family members, friends, and carers along on the journey.

Champions for equality and inclusion

As well as making a difference to people’s lives, we are making a difference on a broader scale too. At House with No Steps we’ve always believed in challenging the status quo to create a society that’s fairer and more inclusive of people with a disability. 

Relentless in our pursuit of inclusion and equality, we’re committed to ensuring people with a disability are given the respect and opportunities they deserve. Sometimes this means speaking out against injustice, sometimes it’s a matter of changing people’s perceptions and behaviour through education. We’re not afraid to ask the tough questions and have thought-provoking conversations – whatever it takes to inspire positive change. 

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