We help people with disabilities develop social skills, form meaningful relationships and actively participate in the community.
Our qualified therapists and support staff help children and adults develop social skills to become more confident in everyday social situations. We also encourage and support individuals, their families and carers to explore opportunities and actively participate in their local community.
Support can include:
- Exploring and mapping interests, strengths and community opportunities
- Identifying and overcoming barriers to community participation
- Increasing access to the community and positive experiences
- Developing public transport knowledge and skills
- Using the phone, computer and other technologies
- Developing personal safety and problem solving skills
- Education around different types of relationships
How we work
Our therapy teams work collaboratively to deliver evidence-based therapy services that help people with disabilities achieve their goals in life.
Service delivery is flexible and tailored to the unique needs of each individual, their family and carers.
Our services can be accessed through a range of funding options. We can help you find out if you’re eligible and provide further information about the options available.