The MiLife-Victoria Strategic Plan
- anything that make a person with a disability be or feel unsafe
- anything that doesn't support a person's human rights
- anything that we could be doing better
MiLife-Victoria began in 1992 as the Frankston Community Access Program supporting 14 young people with an intellectual disability. It was one of seven pilot programs across the State established to support students 18 years and over to transition from school into more adult and age appropriate environments.
In the early days the organisation was known as P.A.S.T (Peninsula Access Support and Training). It was rebranded to MiLife-Victoria in 2014, and currently supports over 360 people and their. We have education centres located in Langwarrin, Hastings and Cranbourne, as well as a holiday house in Frankston. We also provide in-home and individual support along with respite and holiday programs.
Over the last 25+ years MiLife-Victoria has continued to provide services to people with a range of disabilities and are proud of the difference that we continue to make in their lives.
We support individuals with a range disabilities including, but not limited to, intellectual, physical, neurological, sensory and psychiatric disability.
In 2016 MiLife-Victoria became a registered provider of the National Disabilities Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
MiLife-Victoria’s Rules are based on the Model Rules for Incorporated Associations. The MiLife-Victoria Rules is the organisation’s constitutional document and forms the foundation of how the organisation is governed.