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Who we are

Client and Carpentaria staff member enjoy a cup of coffee and a chat together

Our Team

Carpentaria has a committed team of professional staff who are dedicated to providing evidence-based and person-centred treatment and supports to enable Territorians with a disability to build a bigger life. Carpentaria employs high…

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Our Board

The Carpentaria Board consists of up to eight elected members:

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Our Values

Carpentaria’s mission is to provide quality services for Territorians with disabilities and high support needs, to enable them and their families to have increased opportunities to participate in all aspects of community life.…

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News & Events

Social Stories success Aug 10, 2017 12 graduates have recently completed Carpentaria’s inaugural Social Stories – Traffic Awareness program. Offered through Carpentaria’s Adult Day Service, the six week … Read More → Carpentaria…

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Publications & Resources

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Careers

Carpentaria employs high quality staff in a range of specialist disability support and allied health roles to support clients across our Carpentaria Kids, Adult Day Service, Support Coordination, Supported Independent Living, Adult Allied…

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The Hub

Carpentaria has initiated the development of a purpose-built facility designed to promote shared services and efficient service delivery. Sponsored by the Northern Territory Government, Carpentaria is proud to be driving innovation and collaboration…

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Adult Day Service client enjoys a mosaic art and craft activity

Our History

The Northern Territory Spastics Association (formerly the Darwin and Districts Spastics Paralysis Association) approached the NT Government in 1974 to provide land for the Association to build a centre for children with disabilities.…

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