Are you wanting to explore your Interests, learn new skills and connect with your community? That’s where community access services come in – linking you with various programs, and friends, in a supportive environment.
Do you want to live more independently, but feel unsure about whether you can do it? Well, don’t forget every journey starts with a single step! Living in supported accommodation can be a great step towards a happier, more independent you.
If you are found to be eligible for the NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme), you will receive your access decision letter and will be allocated a certain amount of funding. The next step is for you to attend your planning meeting with the NDIA (National Disability Insurance Agency) to discuss how to best use your funding to help you achieve your individual goals.
Would you love to go to work each day and build a long-term, fulfilling career? As someone living with an intellectual disability, you can use your National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) funding to help you start your professional journey.
You’ve applied to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). You’ve received your access decision letter and have been granted funding. So, what happens now?
Community access programs are a great way to explore your interests, learn new skills and make friends along the way. As someone living with an intellectual disability, it gives you the opportunity to try new things and discover what you like to do in a comfortable and supportive environment. It can also give you the confidence to complete certain tasks on your own, helping you to progress further in your independence journey.
As someone living with an intellectual disability, you may find yourself wanting to lead a more independent lifestyle as you grow older, which may include moving out of the family home. There are a range of supported living options available in Perth that can help you take the next step in your independence journey.
If you’re a person living with a disability who is thinking about increasing your independence at home, supported accommodation is a great way to bridge the gap between living at home and living independently.