New Haven Farm Home

Person centred support for people living with a disability

Providing person centred support to people with a disability for 60 years

OUR MISSION

New Haven Farm Home’s state of the art supported accommodation services enhance the lives of people with a disability, helping them achieve their personal goals through an individualised approach to support, skill development and community inclusion.

It is important to us that each person is the centre of any decisions made about their life, with choices in the activities they participate in; the skills they would like to learn and develop, and the goals they would like to achieve.

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  • OUR SERVICES

    OUR SERVICES

    New Haven Farm Home believes it is important that each person is the centre of any decisions...read more

  • RESPITE SERVICES

    RESPITE SERVICES

    Providing you and your carers a relaxing break, our respite services are situated just a short drive from Windsor and Richmond.

  • OUR HISTORY

    OUR HISTORY

    Bill and Lola Hair started New Haven as an accommodation service back in 1960...read more

  • CLIENT VACANCIES

    CLIENT VACANCIES

    We currently have a number of vacancies for people with disabilities who would...read more

  • GET INVOLVED

    GET INVOLVED

    New Haven Farm Home is a not-for-profit committed to forming mutually beneficial...read more

LATEST NEWS

COVID-19 Update – 25 June 2021

Dear Family ... read more 25 June, 2021

A message from the Board

At the commencement of July 2020, the New Haven Farm Home Board appointed Ms Annette Allen in the... read more 25 May, 2021

ANZAC Day commemorations

On the 23rd of April 2021, New Haven Farm Home commemorated Anzac Day with a ceremony held at our... read more 23 April, 2021

OUR BLOG

SECTOR UPDATE

Recently, on a sector level we have seen the roll out of two new concepts. The first occurred on the 1st February 2021 when NDIS rolled out a national worker screening check, following the establishment of the NDIS Commission’s worker screening database. The introduction of the national screening check replaces previous requirements of state-based screening and clearances such as a police check. It is hoped that the implementation of such will effectively make it easier for staff to work...read more

By Annette Allen 09 February, 2021

Meeting our goals

One of Ward's goals is to improve his health and fitness.
Working towards his goal, Ward has been going to the local gym Active8 Richmond each week.
Ward's fitness is improving all of the time, with his endurance levels in the gym increasing week by week.

Meeting our goals

David attends a local Men's Shed group where he is being supported to learn how to use a range of woodworking tools while working on projects with other members in the community

Meeting our goals

Ben was happy to receive his blue belt at his recent Taekwondo grading and is now working towards developing his skills to achieve the next belt.