The founders of Quality Lifestyle Support had a vision to provide quality care for people with a disability prior to the year 2000. This was innovative at the time. Up until then caring for people with a disability had largely been the realm of not for profit organisations. In fact this is still the case. Our firm, Margaret Franklin & Associates has had the pleasure of assisting with the establishment of Quality Lifestyle Support and aiding its growth over the years. It has been a pleasure to see many people benefit from their care and professionalism in an industry challenged with a lack of funding. The professionalism and heart brought to the care of these people by John Hart (Director) and his team is inspiring and humbling. We are proud to be associated with this group.

Margaret F

Welcome to Quality Lifestyle Support

Our Vision To facilitate & promote the inclusion & mutual responsibility of people with support needs within their chosen community.…… By providing:

  • Support options tailored to the individual
  • Acknowledgment & promotion of rights & individual choice
  • Promotion of independence
  • Lifestyle options
  • Responsive, creative & flexible service delivery
  • Promotion of valued roles within the community
  • The necessary mechanisms to meet legislative requirements
  • Appropriate safeguards & advocacy
  • Working collaboratively to strengthen  individuals, families & their communities through our Board of Directors
  • Grievance & dispute mechanisms
  • Adopting a best business management practice to maximise outcomes for individuals

The following adverts have been put together by MAD DAN Productions. One of the founders, Dan Mulvihill is a former employee of Quality Lifestyle Support and he is now quickly becoming a recognisable face in Australian television and movies. He actively promotes actors with the impact of disability in mainstream roles in TV and Movies.

Quality Lifestyle Support is proud to support Dan and MAD DAN Productions, and we hope you enjoy these satirical looks at the disability sector. 

Where's My Dignity?

Where's My Bed?