Waverley Community Living Program

Waverley Community Living Program 

The Waverley Community Living Program (WCLP) provides independent living skills training and ‘transition’ support for adults with a mild intellectual disability.

The WCLP training program is combined with access to medium-term, subsidised rental accommodation, as part of Waverley Council's Social Housing Program.

Our members are adults with low-support needs who are involved in some daytime occupation and have a connection to the Waverley area.
WCLP creates a ‘transitional’ pathway to guide people towards living independently within a supportive and sustainable community environment. This is achieved by working with our members in:

  • life skills training and assessment
  • case management
  • accommodation and transition planning
  • networking and community access

WCLP is funded by Waverley Council and Ageing, Disability and Home Care, Department of Human Services (ADHC).

WCLP actively involves parents and carers in the training and transition process. Part of this is the coordination and facilitation of a carer support group ‘What About Me?’ (WAM).

WCLP operates from the Mill Hill Centre in Spring Street, Bondi Junction and is part of Waverley Council’s Cultural and Community Services Division.

Want to know more about WCLP?

For more details about the service and a list of important contacts please download:

For further information please contact: 

Alisa Carpenter
Manager, Waverley Community Living Program
Cultural & Community Services Division
Tel: (02) 9083 8999
Email: alisa.carpenter@waverley.nsw.gov.au

Need more information? Contact 

Alisa Carpenter
Manager, Waverley Community Living Program
Phone: 9083 8999