Our Support services
We provide our participants with on-site health specialists including psychologists, social workers, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, and more.
To overcome the lack of school support and communication barriers, our specially-trained support workers provide in-depth education and homework help to resident students.
We dedicate our time and efforts to work with our participants on discovering and nurturing their skills, talents, and capabilities.
Goals shape efforts and give them meaning. We make sure participants can clearly find and work towards their personal and collective goals.
Funding through the NDIS for transport assistance if the participant cannot use public transport without substantial difficulty.
Fun Activities & Social Outings
Our support workers arrange various fun activities for participants. These include: personal shopping, gardening, food preparation Fun events, and outings.
Disability Fashion Shows
We are a firm believer in nurturing talent, inclusiveness, and visibility. We encourage participants to cultivate and then showcase their creative flair.
Discover opportunities for recreational, sport and community activities provided with the combined effort of Community Workers and local educational institutes.
Short Term Accommodation
Respite, is support for when you need to live out of home for a short period. This gives your carers a short break from their caring role.
Supported Independent Living (SIL)
Supported Independent Living is a channel of NDIS funding with the purpose of supporting people with disability to live as independently as they can.
A Support Coordinator can be assigned to work with you to ensure a mix of supports is used to increase your capacity to live independently