Our name Livable represents a life worth living, which is exactly how we see each and every one of our valued customers. We aim to empower the people we support, inspire them to continue living independently in their own homes and help them to achieve their goals in a caring and supportive environment.
An inclusive community where everyone gets a fair go
To deliver better outcomes for our diverse community
In the late 1980’s a number of local stakeholders within the Clarence Valley saw an opportunity for an organisation to be founded that would fulfil the role of assisting people in the community. In July 1988, our organisation was incorporated under the Incorporations Act 1984.
Over a number of years, our structure morphed as we absorbed smaller projects into one cohesive organisation. We continued to evolve, and in the year 2000 appointed our first Chief Executive who began to expand the organisations property portfolio. Subsequent CEO’s continued the organisations expansion and in 2015 began our transition away from revenue based predominantly on Government funding, to the new world of user choice and control through the NDIS and MyAgedCare.
Livable acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples as the First Peoples of this nation. We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians and ancestors of the land our Elders past, present and those emerging in the future. Livable respects the land which we work and deliver our services.
Livable is committed to promoting reconciliation throughout our services and through the many ways we engage with our community. Our vision is to provide an inclusive community where everyone gets a fair go, and our people have choice regardless of their race, religion or socio-economic background.