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In Touch@Possability

InTouch@Possability is our eNewsletter. Stories, news and important updates all feature in our bi-monthly publication. InTouch is emailed directly to our subscribers. Want to stay in touch? You can sign up here.

InTouch@Possability | May 2020



Our state-based newsletters are all about you—a place to share your stories and interesting news. Each issue is delivered to people we support and their families in their state.



Our Victorian newsletter has a fresh new name, Your Regular Roundup.

Newsletter May 2020 – Regular Roundup

Newsletter May 2020 – Regular Roundup EE

Newsletter Feb 2020 – Regular Roundup

Newsletter Feb 2020 – Regular Roundup EE

Newsletter Dec 2019

Newsletter Dec 2019 EE

Newsletter October 2019

Newsletter October 2019 EE

Newsletter APR 2019

Newsletter APR 2019 EE

Newsletter Feb 2019

Newsletter Feb 2019 EE



Newsletter Issue 1

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Accommodation services brochure

We support choice and independent living

Possability partners with people with disability in pursuit of their goal to live in their own home. Our specialist team take the time to understand each person with a focus on transitioning to independent living.

Download our Accommodation services brochure.

Annual Reviews


Download our 2017 Annual Review for a snapshot of the achievements of the organisation, clients and employees in 2017.

If you would like a more in depth look into our organisation, you can find our Annual Reports here.

Price Review 2016/17 Submission

Possability has put the case for a number of reforms in our submission to the National Disability Insurance Agency’s Price Review 2016/17 for Personal Care and Community Participation.

Quality and Safeguarding Submission

Possability supports a strong national Quality and Safeguarding Framework under the NDIS. See our submission lodged in 2015 as part of the government consultation process.

Practice Frameworks

Possability’s Practice Framework provides an evidence-based guide to staff to deliver excellence in support. Practice Frameworks have been developed for Disability Services and Out of Home Care.

Uncounted Costs

Possability (formerly Optia) contributed to a research paper by the Social Action and Research Centre at Anglicare Tasmania in 2014. This study explores how the National Disability Insurance Scheme can best ensure that people with behaviours of concern are offered choice and control in the emerging disability support market. The Uncounted Costs Research Report Snapshot summarises the results of this study.