Adventist Care - Disability is a disability service provider grounded in Christian principles. Building on a healthy reputation in valued-based quality service delivery it currently supports the needs of people aged 12-65. At this time Adventist Care – Disability is working with the following disabilities including: Autism and Autistic Spectrum Disorder, Downs Syndrome, Dysphagia, Epilepsy, Intellectual and Developmental Delay, Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Optic Atrophy and Spinocerebellar Ataxia, Retts. Adventist Care – Disability staff are proficient and experienced in providing your loved one with a personalised service in either a residential setting or in the community.
Adventist Care - Disability provides individual person-centred, valued-based planning and support within the themes of:
- Independent Life Skills
- Healthy Life-Style Approach
- At Home Activity
- Community Activity
- Social Inclusion
- Practicable Ability
- Family Partnership
These are programed through a structure that is transparent, based on individual outcomes, and that desires family and guardian’s feedback.
Adventist Care – Disability current approaches and strategies to support both the individual and the carer/s include:
- Living at Home/Community Support
- Holiday Support
- Community connection Development of life skills
- Cares Respite Support
- Service Coordination
- Specialist Support
Adventist Care - Disability specialises in Supported Accommodation with skilled and qualified staff members. Each of its houses being the home to no more than 2-4 residents. Having their own rooms and personal space, makes residents feel at home and comfortable.
Adventist Care – Disability staff are dedicated to ensuring that accommodation is the residents home and in a family setting. This is achieved by hand picking staff that have the vision, mission and values that Adventist Care - Disability implements throughout its houses, programs and individual plans.