Our Vision and Mission

MiLife - Victoria started as Peninsula Access Support and Training (P.A.S.T.) in 1992 supporting 14 young people with intellectual disabilities.

By 1997 a property was purchased in Langwarrin and our the number of people we were providing services to had increased to 35 people.  In addition to Day Services we continued to provide transport, an overnight stay program was developed, and we also became registered to offer Adult Community & Further Education (ACFE) programs. 

Our numbers kept growing and by 1998 we had 49 people using our services and a new site opened in Cranbourne. We were also running education programs in local Community Centres in Carrum Downs, Langwarrin, Cranbourne, and Merinda Park.
We continued to expand our services and in 2002 we purchased a house in Hastings and began providing programs there. A new purpose built facility was also built on site at Langwarrin too.

By 2004 we had transitioned from being a ‘service provider’ to ‘providing support’. We started offering in-home support for people with progressive neurological disorders and began offering respite services through tailored holidays.  Quality Accreditation under the Disability Service Standards has been maintained and we continue to have an ongoing commitment and investment in.

In September 2014, P.A.S.T. rebranded and is now known as MiLife - Victoria. While all of our services remain the same, we are preparing to ensure we are flexible with the changes that the NDIS will bring to people with disabilities.


We create opportunities and pathways to connect people with a disability to the community.


We provide an environment where everyone is respected, where every voice is heard and valued, and where helping people to achieve their personal goals is at the core of all our work.


✔    Diversity
✔    Respect
✔    Choice
✔    Inclusivity
✔    Collaboration
✔    Partnerships