Community Access and Self Care

Community Access and Self Care

Our Community Access and Self Care services support you to encourage independence and improve your everyday life skills.

Direct support can be almost anything you want it to be. Community Access and Self Care is a one-to-one service that helps you with everyday life skills and tasks that will build your independence.

Our Community Access and Self Care team can work with you in a number of different ways, depending on your specific needs. This may include:

  • Community participation, like supporting you to attend appointments, support with grocery shopping, or access social activities of your choice.
  • Self-care, including learning skills in your home like cleaning and cooking.
  • Capacity building, including travel training, parenting training and budgeting support.
  • In-home support when your usual support network is unavailable.

If there is an activity you would like to join but haven’t yet been able to, Interaction can tailor a program to your exact needs and likes with one to one support.

Why Choose Interaction for Community Access and Self Care?

Our Community Access and Self Care team is full of compassionate and experienced Support Workers who value life-long learning and understand the best ways to support your needs. Community Access and Self Care encourages and empowers you to live how you want to live, while working toward your goals.

We commit to matching you with the right support worker. If you choose Interaction, we will ask you some questions to match you with the best person to suit you, and make sure that you’re happy with the choice.

Our one to one support program can be tailored specifically to meet the needs of people with any type of disability. This can include accessing the community, providing in-home support or training for life skills with a focus on your health and wellbeing.

Our Community Access and Self Care team can also assist families and carers in finding a Support Worker for those instances when you aren’t available.

Would you like to get in touch with our Community Access and Self Care team? Call us on 1300 668 123 or click here to fill in our contact form.

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