MiLife-Victoria has been supporting individuals with disability for almost 30 years, providing them with meaningful and accessible programs where people can maintain, learn and develop new skills for independence at home, in the community or go on to into further education and employment.
More recently, MiLife-Victoria acquired two social enterprises, Designs for Hair Salon in Seaford (owned by MiLife-Victoria) and the Management of Coffee Potts Café within the Langwarrin Community Aged Care facility in Langwarrin.
The intent of these social enterprises is to provide greater opportunities for individuals to engage in work based programs. Participants can enrol in a six month Skills for Work Course which is designed to provide knowledge and skill to prepare people for work through a model of classroom and onsite work based learning. This course is held at the Cranbourne Hub, the the salon in Seaford and the Cafe in Langwarrin across five days of the week. There are standalone programs which are independent from the six month course. The programs support each of the businesses and develop participants general life and work skills.
Learning and Development
MiLife-Victoria offers non-accredited education programs, funded through the Council of Adult Community and Further Education (ACFE), which are designed to support people with a disability to develop confidence and provide them with skills to support preparation for work, volunteering or other vocational activities.
For more information about our Adult and Further Education programs visit the Adult Education page.