Afford Helps at Work, at Home and in Life


People living in Melbourne now have a greater range of choice in disability supports, with leading disability service provider Afford providing whole-of-life supports to make your transition to the NDIS a positive experience.

At Afford, we believe and care about everyone’s unique abilities. We have over 65 years of experience providing extensive disability supports that are person-centred and deliver meaningful and positive outcomes for every individual.

Establishing a range of services in Melbourne this year, Afford is excited to be able to offer Melbournians supports that help them in work, at home and in life.

We provide everything you need to suit your lifestyle, including:

In addition, Afford has established its own initiatives that support you in leading a healthy and balanced lifestyle.

Club Afford is a member-based program, where participants get to:

  • Meet new people and make new friends
  • Get out into the community on a variety of interesting outings
  • Develop skills with tailored programs and activities
  • Improve fitness and movement at gym, Zumba sessions and more!

Afford Getaways offer supported holidays for people with disability – where you choose the support staff you want to take with you and where you can even take your family along to share your journey.  Afford Getaways have taken clients to many places within Australia as well as on international trips to New Zealand and Disneyland in California, USA!

To find out more about how Afford can support you to achieve a positive outcome for you NDIS Plan, call 1300 233 673 or visit Come see members of our team at the Melbourne Disability Expo, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre at 1 Convention Centre Pl, South Wharf VIC 3006 on Friday and Saturday, November 16 and 17, 9am-3pm.

Register HERE to attend the Melbourne Disability Expo, organised by Social Impact Institute, advancing the social impact of organisations and increasing access to the right advice, products and services for people with disability.