Casey disability support Hub

cranbourne west

Quality support for people with disabilities in the City of Casey

OC Connections has over 70 years of experience providing individualised support for people living with disability.

Through skill development, community engagement, social activities, in-home support and employment opportunities, we aim to empower people to live their best life!

Our Services in casey

In Home

Our trained support workers can assist you in your home to develop your personal and independence skills. This can include things such as meal preparation, grocery shopping and home maintenance.

Community Access

Access services out in the community with the support of our highly professional support workers. This can include support attending appointments or accessing health, education or recreational services.

Group & Individual Activities

Get out in the community and enjoy doing the things you love! Enrich your social life, physical health, mental health and wellbeing through our range of supported activities. Explore Melbourne and learn new skills.

Support Coordination

Our professional Support Coordinators work with you collaboratively to help you understand your NDIS plan and tap into a vast network of service providers, ensuring you receive the support you need to reach your goals.

Employment Services & Support

Explore opportunities to engage in meaningful work through supported employment. Gain practical knowledge, build your networks and gain a sense of purpose.

School Leavers Employment Support

Our School Leavers Employment Support (SLES) services assist young people to develop job-ready skills, explore their career options, and gain valuable work experience.

group & individual Activities

Our activities take place at Cranbourne West Community Hub and all around the City of Casey. Our Travel Training and Explore Melbourne activities can take you to different destinations all around Melbourne.  To enquire, click the button and fill in the form. We will be in touch!


No matter your skill level, join us for some fun fitness on the basketball court.


Look after mental and physical health with some all-abilities yoga and relaxation.

Arts & Craft Group

Get creative, express yourself and have fun with arts and craft.


Follow a recipe, measure ingredients and bake some tasty treats.

Explore Melbourne

Explore various locations around Melbourne including zoos, parks and museums.


Enjoy water relaxation, strengthen muscles, have fun and get fit at the local pool.

Dance Group

Enjoy music, movement and self expression through dance.


Create beautiful scrapbooks filled with your memories.

Shop, Cook & Learn

Practice getting groceries, following a recipe and making a delicious meal.

Travel Training

Learn how to use public transport while visiting locations around Melbourne.


Have a laugh in this group activity at the local bowling alley.


Enjoy the outdoors and get in touch with nature.


Pick a movie, grab some popcorn and enjoy a trip to the local cinema.

Animal Lovers

Visit farms and animal sanctuaries to learn more about animals.

Computer Skills

Learn how to use a computer, navigate the internet and use software applications.


Have the freedom to exercise the way you want while receiving support at the gym.

Bunnings Project

Visit Bunnings, learn some DIY skills and complete a project.

Cafe & Chat

Grab a coffee or something to eat at a local cafe and enjoy some conversation.

Life Skills

Learn valuable life skills, such as budgeting, recycling, and travelling by public transport.

Literacy and Numeracy

Strengthen your literacy and numeracy skills using fun activities and real-life examples.

how to get started

with us

Visit us, call, email or fill out an enquiry form and someone from our friendly team will be in touch.

Discuss your needs

We’ll get to know you, your support needs, funding and answer any questions you may have about us.

Meet and

Meet our support team, check out the facilities and see if we are the right fit for you.

Sign service agreement

Once we have agreed on a plan, a service agreement will be created for you to review and sign.


We will get started on working with you to achieve your goals!

Frequently asked questions

Cranbourne West Community Hub is located at 4s Flicka Blvd, Cranbourne West.  The Hub has plenty of on-site parking.  Alternatively, the closest bus stops include:

Hayton Park Bvd/Hall Rd  (buses 760 or 792)

Navarre Dr/Evans Rd (buses 792 or 982)

We can assist with transport to attend our activities. To find out more, please call us on 0407 438 781.

Yes. We can help you get started with an NDIS plan if you currently do not have one and identify as having a disability. Our services are delivered in line with your plan and the support you need for the goals you wish to achieve. We are here to help so please get in touch if you would like to discuss your needs.

Our activity-based programs have been carefully designed for people aged between 15 – 65 years.  They are highly interactive and engaging.

Yes, if you have NDIS funding it will cover the cost as per your plan.  There may be activities that attract a very small weekly cost to cover items, not in your plan, but these costs are very small, and we will tell you them in advance of any activities.

Our Location

Find us at Cranbourne West Community Hub

OC Connections operates from the Cranbourne West Community Hub. This is a base for our administration and Support Coordination services, however our support services are delivered throughout the City of Casey, depending on your needs and goals. We can support you in your home, in your daily activities, at work, or any site where support is required.

ADDRESS: 4s Flicka Blvd Cranbourne West, VIC 3977
PHONE: (03) 9569 0603

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