Welcome to Colac Otway Disability Accommodation Inc.

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CODA Inc. has been providing support services to people with a disability in the Colac Otway region for more than 30 years. Over time the organisation has grown and adapted to the new paradigm of individualised supports to people with a disability.  Our focus is on the person, striving to ensure our quality services are flexible and tailored to the individual needs of each person.

Our core business is to provide accommodation, respite  and individualised support services to people with a disability and their families who reside in the Colac Otway Shire.

AGM Invitation

Colac Otway Disability Accommodation Inc. invites Board Members, Staff, Clients , Families and all interested persons to attend our 2016 Annual General Meeting, Guest Speaker Carolyn (Caz) Gatti. 7:30PM, 10th October 2016, COPACC (corner Rae & Gellibrand Streets) Followed by a light supper.

  To listen to some of our policies and procedures read aloud for people who are print disabled click here

CODA Inc. is a social purpose organisation, not for profit and is managed by an elected and voluntary Board of Management.

 

CODA Inc. is a registered service provider with National Disability Insurance Agency, TAC and the Victorian Department of Human Services.

 

This website was last updated:
26th September 2016 this page was updated with an invitation to our AGM.
12th August 2016 the news page was updated with information on research being undertaken into the NDIS inviting interested people to get involved.
26th July 2016 the Links page was updated with new online resources, including a link to RIAC the advocacy organisation funded to provide assistance to people wanting to appeal NDIA decisions.
8th February 2016 the news page was updated with information about the Victorian Parliament's Family and Community Development Committee inviting input to its inquiry in services for people with autism spectrum disorder.