InclusivED advocates for independence
InclusivED views the concept of support as person-centred active support.
A Disability Support Worker’s role is to support people with a disability to engage and participate in activities they choose to do. People are interdependent and rely on one another to a greater or lesser extent.
InclusivED provides support paying close attention to the person, their context and their need and accordingly, adjusting their practice. Doing so supports the participant’s human rights, recognises their choice and control in the pursuit of their goals.
This is person-centred practice.
Our trained and professional staff provide direct support services to participants whose NDIS plan we do not Support Coordinate.
Our Direct Support Staff assist participants with the following:
Accompanying them to social and community activities.
Supporting them at medical appointments.
Following up on tasks recommended by Allied Health Professionals.
Meal Planning & Preparation.
Finding community activities, workshops, training and learning activities the participant is eager to be part of.
Assisting the participant with the development of Daily Living & Life Skills.
Providing support with Activities for Daily Living (ADL’s).
Providing Personal Care and Home Care to pursue individualised living options.
Participating in the community, social and civic activities.
Providing Personal Care & In-Home Care to pursue individualised living options.
Providing assistance with travel, transport and companion care
Providing overnight support