Supported Independent Living (SIL) Accommodation
Assisting with and/or supervising tasks of daily life to develop the skills of the participants with complex support needs to live as autonomously and independently as possible.
Respite care allows for both the client and their caregiver to have a break or a change of scenery. It is an alternative care that is put into effect while the usual carer is not available.
Creating personalised strategies in such a way that it reduces the occurrence and impact of concerning behaviour and reduces the use of restrictive practices for people with disabilities.
High Intensity Daily Personal Activities
Assisting with, and/or supervising personal tasks of daily life to develop skills of the participant to live as independently as possible.
Provision of care to respond to the disability-related health needs of the participant by providing them with mental, physical or deitary related advice and recommendations.
Indigenous peoples, their families, carers and communities will be provided with culturally appropriate information to help them understand their rights and needs for disability support. This is to engage with and deliver the right services to indigenous peoples with disability and their families.
We can offer a wide range of options on how a plan can be managed. This allows participants to have complete choice and control over the services they select, including how and when the services are delivered.
Provision of care by a registered nurse to respond to the disability-related health needs of a participant where that care is not the usual responsibility of the health system.
Home modifications are changes to the structure, layout or fittings of a participant’s home so they safely access it and move around comfortably in areas they frequently use to improve their wellbeing.
Assist With Daily Personal Activities
This relates to assisting with and/or supervising personal tasks of daily life to enable the participant to live as autonomously as possible.
Assist With Travel Transport
This includes travel arrangements made with personal or public transport systems for the participant to attend their school, educational facility, employment, appointments or community events.
Participation in community based activities that build skills, independence and confidence around other members of the society.
Performing essential house and/or yard activities that the participant is not able to undertake.
Development of Daily Living and Life Skills
Individual life skills development and training including public transport training and support, developing skills for community, social and recreational participation.
Assist With Employment
This support is designed to provide workplace assessment and/or counselling to assist participants successfully engage in employment best suited for them.
Sleepover Overnight Care
Assistance with, or supervision of, personal tasks of daily living where overnight support is needed, but the care giver can sleepover the participants home when not required to provide support.
Active Overnight Care
Active overnight care is when the caregiver is awake for active duties throughout the night to assist the participant and ensure their safety and wellbeing.
24 Hour Care
Round the clock care and assistance with daily life tasks in a group or shared living arrangement.