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Unveiling Our Exciting New Partnership

Melbourne Health Care Services (MHCS) and Disability Sport and Recreation (DSR) have formally commenced a partnership and collaboration in strengthening the awareness of support services for people with disabilities and their families.  


The partnership is aligned in strategy and focus to “help individuals reach their goals so that they can live independently” and the mission to “empower people with disability so they can live the life they want.” 


“At DSR, our strategic pillars of engagement, impact and sustainability need the community support through action and connection. Being able to partner with MHCS extends the reach into the community with a quality support service provider,” said Liz Tesone, CEO at DSR. 


Melbourne Health and Care Services are a Disability Service provider, NDIS registered, offering a range of support services to people and their families tailored to the needs for involvement in community activities or assistance at home. 


“At MHCS, we understand that each participant we work with is different. Our support services are flexible and designed around each participant’s needs and goals. To continue delivering high quality standards of service to participants and ensure our team develop professionally ongoing, being able to partner with DSR for education, attending programs and community events brings value,” said Obeyda Ibrahim, General Manager at MHCS. 

Caption: Four representatives from Melbourne Health Care Services and Disability Sport and Recreation standing smiling at the camera with a game of wheelchair basketball being played in the background.


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