About Us

Inclusive Directions is a South Australian boutique provider, supporting and empowering families and individuals living with

  • autism
  • global developmental delay
  • high and complex needs
  • challenging behaviours and
  • intellectual disabilities.


Why we exist

We exist to give individuals the best possible chance of inclusion and a rewarding life.

Inclusive Directions is a registered provider under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

Our enviable reputation and track record for getting the very best results for our clients is evidenced by the hundreds of children and their families whose lives we have been honoured to be a part of.

We make life easier for families who would otherwise have to juggle multiple providers.


Our Partnership

From July 2018 Inclusive Directions has merged with The Benevolent Society. The Benevolent Society is  Australia’s first charity, its’ vision is a just society where everyone lives their best life. The Benevolent Society has been supporting people with disability, children, families, older Australians and carers since 1813.

The Benevolent Society is a not-for-profit and non-religious organisation committed to people. It has a presence across Queensland, NSW,  and ACT. As the largest provider of specialist disability services in NSW and the ACT, together The Benevolent Society and Inclusive Directions will continue to support the children and families of South Australia – together we change lives.

The Benevolent Society

  • Who We Are

    For more than 30 years, Inclusive Directions has delivered inclusion support to the South Australian children’s services sector and the broader community.

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  • How We Deliver

    We exist because there is no ‘one size fits all’ solution for people with high and complex needs. We give individuals the best possible chance at inclusion.

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  • Our People

    We are proud to attract the State’s leading practitioners who are passionate about advocating for and improving the lives of the families they work with.

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