How we support you

We offer a range of services to support you to live your life the way you want. Because our approach is so tailored, the amount, frequency and type of support you require will be very individualised.

You can find out more about our approach and the steps we take together to design your program here.

The types of services we can offer you are comprehensive. To give you an idea of what we offer and how we can support you, our disability services cover the following.

  • Community inclusion support – Providing a support worker who helps you to actively participate and become involved in your community.
  • Personal care in home – Providing assistance with day-to-day activities such as personal care, grooming and meal preparation, to help you live as independently as possible.
  • Host family – Matching you with a family who provides you with support in their home.
  • Co-resident – Arranging for you to live with suitable people in your home who provide companionship and personal care, and who will support you to develop relationships and community connections.
  • In home respite and out of home respite – Allowing your family or carer to have a break, by providing you with a support worker in your home or at another setting.
  • Community living support – Providing visiting support workers to help with budgeting, meal preparation, skill development and chores like grocery shopping and house work.
  • Domestic assistance – Assisting with activities inside or outside your home to keep it maintained. This can include gardening maintenance when it’s not available from other sources.
  • Family support – Arranging for a support worker to attend your family’s activities either in the home or in the community. These activities can be as varied as an outing to the beach or a community festival, or a family celebration at home.
  • Mentoring and coaching – Providing a support worker to mentor you and help you maintain your informal supports and relationships. This support can be very flexible and responsive to your changing needs.
  • Learning and life skills – Supporting you to engage in learning and skill development activities.
  • Assistance to gain employment – Support Workers assist people with job searching, prevocational skills, training advice and support, volunteer work and work experience and coordination with employment agencies and employers.
  • Post school employment assistance – Supporting you as you finish school with pre-vocational training, resume writing, interview techniques, career guidance, volunteer work and work experience, training and support. This can include coordinating with employment agencies and employers.
  • Physical wellbeing activities – Assisting you to engage in activities such as exercise, learning about and practicing good nutrition, and investigating healthy lifestyle choices.
  • Accommodation support – Providing support workers so you can share a suitable home with others.

For more information on these services or to discuss your requirements please get in touch.