Office 119 Princes Hwy

Werribee VIC 3030

Phone Number

1300 063 718

NDIS Provider #


About Us

We’re Take Care

About Harmony

Harmony Home and Community Care is passionate about extending support to all the participants who could use a little help in their day to day lives. We believe that everybody deserves a fair and comfortable life, full of possibilities. Whether your requirements are short term, or you need more complex long-term assistance, we offer a wide range of flexible, personalised in-home care including, but not limited to personal care, transport, home maintenance etc. We take the time to truly listen to our clients, to understand their goals and aspirations and how they want to be supported. We can provide advice on how best to achieve your goals within the funded support package you have received.

Who We Are

What is the NDIS?

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a new method of paying for and delivering help to people with disabilities.
Being able to choose and control the cash you receive through your plan, which defines the objectives you hope to attain, is a crucial aspect of being an NDIS member.
Your budget is your NDIS plan. Three categories that each provide a distinct purpose make up the budget.

Our Mission

Harmony Home and Community Care intends to provide quality care services to participants to empower them and improve the quality of their lives.

Our Impact

Harmony Home and Community Care allows you to live freely and independently. Our qualified and experienced staff make sure that our participants live to the fullest and realise their full potential.

If you Need Help, Have Questions or Wish to Consult With us.

Our Team

Meet Our Qualified Team

According to some, a team consists of a small group of individuals with complementary abilities dedicated to shared values, a common purpose, performance goals, and a business strategy for which they hold one another accountable (1). True team harmony, which produces extraordinary performance results, can be challenging.Some people go so far as to say the desire for harmony might hinder team development and performance. It might make it harder to create opportunities that rely on institutionalised weakness. It may limit people’s ability to act freely.

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Zaynah Cole


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Garrett Gray


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Kyan Snyder


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