EnCOMPASS Connectors in Western Sydney


W: www.casscare.org.au
Contact: Robin Chen E: Robin_Chen@cass.org.au
M: 0459991830 T: 02 9789 4587
Address: 44-50 Sixth Avenue, Campsie, NSW 2194

CASS Care Ltd. and its parent entity Chinese Australian Services Society Ltd are commonly known in the community as CASS. We have over 40 years of experience working with CALD communities in Metro Sydney and Illawarra. We serve everyone in the community, especially people from East Asian backgrounds, including Chinese, Koreans, Indonesians, Vietnamese, Singaporean, Malaysian etc.

The wide range of services that CASS provides include Home Ageing Services, Residential Aged Care Facility, Elderly Hostel, Disability Services, Settlement services for new migrants, Vocation and Training and Child care.

CASS provides strong support to the seniors. In addition to residential services, our home ageing services include:
• Commonwealth Home Support Program
• Home Care Packages
• Short Term Restorative Care
• Community Visitor Scheme
• Carer groups
• Activity groups for the well-aged CASS supports 4,000+ CALD families weekly.

We won the Premier’s Multicultural Community Medal in 2021.

Islamic Women’s Association of Australia

W: www.iwaa.org.au
Contact: Abir Zaoud – Sydney Co-ordinator
E: abir.z@iwaa.org.au
T: 02 8764 6425 M: 0434 084 325 
Address: 62a Manahan St Condell Park NSW 2200

Established in 1991, IWAA has provided Settlement Support, Disability Services, Community Capacity building, Domestic Violence Support Services and Aged Care services to Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) people for over 30 years. Initially established in Brisbane we now deliver services across South East Qld, Sydney, and Melbourne. With a team of over 300 staff from 40 different language groups, we are well known within the CALD community and have strong connections with community leaders.

Multicultural Disability Advocacy Association of NSW
W: www.mdaa.org.au
Contact: Jozmaye Benn
E: jozmaye.benn@mdaa.org.au
T: 02 9891 6400 M: 0434745583
Address: 12 Hutchinson Street GRANVILLE NSW 2142

The MDAA is the peak body for multicultural disability in New South Wales and has been advocating for people with disabilities and their families, and carers from culturally and linguistically diverse CALD) and non-English Speaking (NES) backgrounds for over 25 years MDAA’s mission is to empower individuals whilst maintaining their choice and control. This involves identifying their strengths, understanding the support networks and resources available to them, and working collaboratively with them to innovate tailored individual solutions. MDAA also adheres to a Person-centred approach and Social Model of Disability, recognising and upholding the inherent rights and dignity of individuals. MDAA operates on an Anti-oppressive framework and provides equality for those in the nexus of marginalisation. In ensuring all people of all sorts of backgrounds including older people from CALD with disabilities feel accepted, MDAA provides facilities that are accessible and tailored for all sorts of participants.