Supporting people to support themselves.

HOPES Inc offers an independent community living option for people living with acquired and/or neurological disabilities, who need a supported environment.
About HOPES

Our Future Housing Project

Following the successful establishment of our first community at Laetare Court Moonah, HOPES has begun to assess the needs and requirements for a second community development.
About the project

What's New?

Changed Lives Exhibition

April 30, 2017

HOPES' Tuesday Life Skills group, recently put together a small exhibition in Cooley's Stable Gallery, to show aspects of their lives before and after they acquired a disability.

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Welcome

Our vision is to see that all Tasmanians living with acquired brain injury and/or neurological disabilities have a range of appropriate, supported accommodation options available to them.

Laetare Court is our first co-operative community was established at Moonah in 2010 – comprising 13 independent living units, plus a community house.

About Laetare Court
  • Learn about our current HOPES Inc community at Laetare Court, as well as our aspirations for our Future Housing Project.

Changed Lives Exhibition

HOPES' Tuesday Life Skills group, recently put together a small exhibition in Cooley's Stable Gallery, to show aspects of their lives before and after they acquired a disability.

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HOPES Video

Last year HOPES Inc developed a video about the new computer room in the community, featuring resident Nicole. It's now available on the website.

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Our Future Housing Project

Following the successful establishment of our first community at Laetare Court in Moonah, HOPES Inc have undertaken research to assess the needs and requirements for a second community development.

Although we have no specific site at present, we are calling for expressions of interest from:

About The Project