Transition of disability services business to Life Without Barriers

05 October 2022

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Australian Unity has announced the transition of its disability services business to Life Without Barriers as part of changes to its healthcare business.

 The transition to Life Without Barriers follows an extensive and considered process by Australian Unity to identify a provider in the disability services sector who would be able to continue care services for its 378 customers.

“We are pleased to work with Life Without Barriers, a trusted provider in Australia’s disability services sector with over 30 years’ experience supporting families and people with disability, to continue the delivery of high-quality disability care services for our customers,” David Lumb, Group Executive—Specialist Care said.

“We are working with Life Without Barriers and the National Disability Insurance Agency and other agencies to ensure a safe and smooth transition for our disability customers and employees.”

The transition of these service to Life Without Barriers is expected to be completed by 12 December 2022.

Quote from Claire Robbs—Chief Executive, Life Without Barriers

“Life Without Barriers has longstanding expertise in supporting people with disability and we look forward to welcoming and supporting people with disability and employees from Australian Unity.”

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Media contact:
T: 1300 408 776
E: media@australianunity.com.au

About Australian Unity
Established in 1840, Australian Unity is a member-owned wellbeing company with more than 385,000 members and more than 700,000 customers. Our range of health, wealth and care products and services provides member, customer and community value that is supportive of personal and community wellbeing.

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