MADEC Mackay
15 Peel Street
Mackay QLD 4740

MADEC consists of three core service areas – Community, Disability, and Youth. These service areas provide specific programs for their target areas, but also work collaboratively to ensure the quality of the service responds to all the individual needs and circumstances of our whole community.

Community access and social support for individuals and groups
In home day time support programs and night-time attendant care
Short term accommodation at our purpose built John E. Smith Respite Home
Shared living at David and Irie Dalrymple Home for individuals over 18 years
In home and flexible accommodation support
Individual and group learning and life skills for adults with a disability
Specialised recreational activities and holiday programs
Community networks
Individual supports
Local referrals and co-ordination
Supported living accommodation for adults.
MADEC is a registered Provider of Supports for the National Disability Insurance Scheme. Some services are also funded though State and Federal Government or offered on a fee-for-service basis.

http://www.madec.org.au
4951 1233
Mylestones Employment
Mylestones is passionate about finding employment for people with disabilities and barriers so they can grow beyond expectations, seize new opportunities and do amazing things with their lives.

At Mylestones, we find employment for people with disabilities and barriers so they can grow beyond expectations, seize new opportunities and do amazing things with their lives.

We can provide the expertise, tools and advice to help our clients find, and keep, the job they love. We know that given the right opportunities, people can grow beyond expectations and reach their career goals. It’s why we refuse to compromise in chasing the best lives for our clients, and ourselves.

myemployment.org.au
1300 635 627
National Disability Coordination Officer, North QLD
210 Ross River Road, Aitkenvale, QLD 4814

STEPS National Disability Coordination Officers (NDCO) work at the strategic level with a range of stakeholders to assist working age people (aged 15-64) with disability to be better supported to successfully transition to and participate fully in Tertiary Education and subsequent employment. STEPS NDCO builds effective, collaborative relationships in order to identify issues and opportunities to influence change.

We build and maintain relationships with a wide range of stakeholders at the local level to:

Reduce barriers
Facilitate smooth transitions
Build links and coordinate services
Improve people's knowledge to make informed decisions
Improve stakeholder capacity to support

0488794483