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Supporting Abilities For Everyone is proud to offer services to people of all ages and abilities including:

  • Autism

  • Physical / Mobility impairments

  • Hearing impairments

  • Intellectual disabilities

  • Acquired brain injuries

  • Mental health conditions

  • Behavioural challenges

  • And many more

"Your present circumstances don't determine where you can go; they merely determine where you start." - Nido Qubein
Assistance with Daily Life

Our goal is to support you in living the life you choose, by providing daily living and skill development assistance, tailored to your goals, needs and outcomes. 

Assistance with Self-Care Activities:
Assistance with, or supervision of personal daily life tasks, to develop skills for the participant to life as autonomously as possible.

Night-time Sleepover Support:
Supervision of, or assistance with daily life personal tasks where overnight care is required. Support is provided for 8 hours and includes 2 hours of active support. Additional hours can be arranged either side of the sleepover period.

Transportation to and/or from appointments, activities, errands, work or as required for daily life. Support workers use their private vehicles unless a participants private vehicle is required/preferred. 

Assistance with Household Tasks:

Support to enable participants to maintain their home environment or undertake essential household tasks participants are not able to undertake. This includes house or yard maintenance and house cleaning.

Assistance with Personal Domestic Activities:

Assistance to undertake or develop skills to enable participant to maintain their home environment. Participants must be home-owners or have sole or substantial responsibility for maintenance. 

Community, Social and Recreation Access

Support services relating to assisting with, or supervising a participant to engage in community, social, recreational or economic activities. These supports can be provided in a range of environments, such as in the community, a centre or a sporting venue.

Participation in Community, Social and Civic Activities:

Support to enable a participant to take part and engage in community, social and recreational activities of their choice, including:

  • Recreational and sporting activities

  • Participation in social groups or spending time with friends

  • Participation in hobbies or taking up a new interest 

  • Visiting your local library

  • Volunteering

  • Camps, classes and vacation activities

  • Day excursions to a location of your choice (Phillip Island, CBD etc)

Assistance in Coordinating or Managing Life Stages, Transitions and Supports:

Mentoring, peer-support and individual skill development to establish/encourage independence around community or home. Assistance including:

  • Attending appointments 

  • Shopping

  • Bill paying

Supports in Employment:

Support is available for participants who are employed and who are less independent in performing their work tasks or need frequent prompting and coaching to stay on track, communicate with others, or manage their behaviours.

Specialised Supported Employment:

Assistance for participants who are employed and who are less independent in performing their work tasks or need frequent prompting and coaching to stay on track, communicate with others, or manage their behaviours. Supports may be provided one to one or within a group-based setting, complimenting existing or expected employer supports.

Supports can include:

  • Intermittent support with daily work tasks;

  • Direct supervision and/or group-based support to enable meaningful participation at work

  • Physical assistance and personal care delivered in the workplace

  • Management of disability-related behaviour or complex needs at work

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