Kurrajong Supported Living can provide regular drop-in support to adults with an intellectual disability who live in their own homes. These services are available to people who need a small amount of support to live independently in the community.
Workers visit you in your own home. They provide support and training in a variety of areas depending on what you need.
Kurrajong Supported Living can help with:
- social skills − support in relationships, self-esteem, communication, self-advocacy, making decisions and choices, your rights and responsibilities
- money management − support in budgeting, paying bills and banking
- relaxation and leisure activities − support in accessing social and sporting activities and holidays
- household living − support in cooking, cleaning, shopping and personal safety
- personal life − support in making and keeping medical appointments, self-care, healthy eating and maintaining a healthy lifestyle
- community access − support to access your community depending on your needs
- vocational and employment support − community workers can help you to maintain your lifestyle and to access your vocation and employment.
These services are funded under the following NDIS categories:
Drop-in supports are delivered by:
- NDIS pre-planning
- Early childhood intervention
- Therapists and assistive technology
- Support coordination and plan management
- Day services
- Social, recreational and leisure activities
- Psychology, counselling and behaviour management
- Life skills development
- Home mods and specialist accommodation
- Group homes
- Drop-in support
- Employment and readiness