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Keystone Centre

100 Railway Parade, Woodridge QLD, Australia

Welcome to the Keystone Centre at Woodridge. A true community hub, the Keystone Centre offers support programs for people living with a disability. We offer a range of services including a centre-based day service, home support, specific skills training, and case management. With a mix of education, goal oriented self-development programs and life skills lessons we help our clients and their families imagine the possibilities and then achieve them.

Supporting everyday living

At our Keystone Centre in Woodridge, people come together to learn and enjoy a variety of activities such as cooking, budgeting, shopping, computer skills, gardening and volunteer work.

We also can help people with a disability to live as independently as possible in the community, assisting with:

  • social skills
  • communication skills
  • maintaining appropriate behaviour in a variety of challenging circumstances
  • money handling
  • training for travelling on public transport.

Supporting everyday living

Services

Disability development program

Independent living skills

Home support services

Behaviour support

Recovery coaching

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT)

Transport training

Household and financial management skills

Book a consultation

The Keystone Centre accepts referrals from individuals, carers, family members, medical practitioners, and mental health professionals. Eligibility criteria applies. Book a consultation with our friendly service manager at a time and place that suits you. We look forward to meeting with you.

Helpful downloads

Lutheran Services Disability Brochure pdf 1.81 MB
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Let’s talk about you

We’d love to hear from you and answer all your questions. Give us a call on 1800 960 433 or fill out the form and we’ll be in touch shortly. We look forward to speaking with you.

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