Inspire Care - the leading provider of personalised, strength based support for people with a disability and their families.
About Inspire Care
Inspire Care started in 2016 by founder Ghanim Ataia who was the main carer of his father who lost his vision and mobility due to a car accident.
Ghanim started his career in Information Technology for International Company IBM. Wanting to do something more meaningful, Ghanim followed his passion in the community services and disability sector. Knowing the importance of well trained staff, Ghanim opened Global Learning and Development Institute in 2015.
In 2016 Ghanim believed that he could aligne his passion, lived experience and training expertise to support people with disability under the NDIS scheme.
Ghanim is a strong advocate for people with disability / people experiencing mental illness. He wants to make sure everyone is treated with dignity, respect and free from discrimination.
Every person has the opportunity to live the life they choose, and is treated with dignity and respect.
People with disability or people experiencing mental illness are able to thrive in community, unhindered by discrimination and disadvantage.
We strive to enhance the quality of life and wellbeing of people with disability and their carers by providing individual tailored support focused on independence and social inclusion.
Integrity- Acting with honesty and integrity, with a caring heart to all people without exception.
Innovation - Together we explore new ideas, creative thoughts and a think outside the box attitude.
Quality- We are committed to providing high quality, person-focused service to the people we support and their families.
Equity- Everyone is treated with fairness with a focus on eliminating barriers that have prevented the full participation.
Safety - We ensure the safety and wellbeing of the people we support and each other as a priority.
We are committed to providing high quality, person focused services to the people we support and their families
Our team is responsive to each person's needs, and aims to promote independence and maximise community participation.
We are committed to Person Centred Practice and recognise that people with disability are the key decision makers in determining their supports by actively participating in decision making about the planning, implementation and review of all supports they receive.
We work in partnership with you to ensure you have the support you need, when and where you want it.
Our services are culturally respectful and recognise the diversity and choice of each individual, family and their carers.