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Lifestyle and Support Services

Our Lifestyle and Support Services provide accommodation and lifestyle support for adults with varying levels of physical and intellectual disabilities and acquired brain injury.  

We have established houses that provide a welcoming, home environment close to public transport, shops, allied health facilities and community activities. We also support people living in their own homes, either as an individual or in shared living arrangements.

Our qualified and experienced staff actively support each person in all personal requirements including personal care, health care, mealtime assistance and household management.

We use a person centred approach to assist each person to plan their daily living activities, based on their identified dreams, aspirations and future plans. Each individual is supported and empowered to pursue opportunities for:

  • Educational / vocational studies
  • Access leisure and recreation activities
  • Holidays
  • Developing and maintaining independent living skills
  • Enhancing social and communication skills
  • Building relationships through increases community networks and connections

Want to find out more about our Lifestyle and Support Services? Contact us on 8132 5400.

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What people are saying

The person responded well to receiving one on one support, she was able to pursue things which had currently been put on hold due to lack of support. She developed social and technology skills using social media. She became more involved in her home, she is enjoying cooking with staff, her confidence in this area has developed and she no longer needs staff to help her with basic meal preparation.

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