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From its inception in 2016, Best Practice Community Services has been inspired by the vision of a world where everyone is respected, choice is promoted and everybody has the opportunity to follow their dreams. We started out by serving the Indigenous Community in the Northern Territory and while we were able to make a big difference in the lives of many, it soon became clear that there was still a vast unmet need for disability care services throughout the region. We knew there had to be a better way to do more for our clients and bring our vision to life.

The breakthrough came in 2018 when the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) was formed. This was a revolutionary scheme designed as a central point for the provision of high-quality support services that foster independence and choice.

As a result, we registered as an NDIS Service Provider and this enabled us to provide an expanded and comprehensive range of disability care services.

In 2021 we spread our wings to Queensland and as we continue to grow, we remain committed to excellence in the delivery of high-quality disability services that empower and enrich both the lives of the people we serve and the broader community as a whole.

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To live in a world where everyone is respected, choice is promoted and opportunities are explored.

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To improve the quality of life of people with a disability. Thereby empowering them to pursue and fulfil their life goals and aspirations as valued members of the community.


We are committed to ensuring our communities have access to appropriate services in an equitable and culturally sensitive manner, develop and maintain accountability to its members and funding providers and meet our legal and corporate obligations. We will look to our own community for employment, development and work opportunities, and engage in a dialogue with its communities and members to ensure the direction of the association is in line with community expressed aspirations.