Our Supported Living service is designed for individuals over the age of 17, living with permanent physical or intellectual disabilities and autism. We provide both practical and emotional support for Individuals to attain or retain their independence by living outside of the family home and within their local communities.
Our Supported Living team focusses on providing an individualised, flexible, and person-centred service. We strongly believe that ‘we don’t DO for people but help them DO it for themselves’.
Areas where support may be needed include:
We ensure that we understand and really get to know the individuals that come into our service. We meet each person to discuss their needs and goals – what they would like to accomplish, what they can already do, where they need support – and develop a personalised plan. Individuals review these and provide feedback before the plans are put into action.
We take the time to very carefully match our support staff with the people we support. We believe it is vital that the people we support, and their support staff have a strong rapport with each other.
We provide a monthly review session, either face-to-face or on the phone, to ensure each individual is happy and achieving their goals and ambitions.
Services are provided in the Waikato and Bay of Plenty regions.
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