Services

Disability Support & Respite Care Services

ABILITIES FOR ALL is committed to offering one of the best disability support and respite care in Perth, WA. All of our support options are customisable, and we provide a full range of services under the NDIS regulations to accommodate everyone including clients from the Aboriginal community. Qualified staff are available 24-hours a day, 7-days a week to attend to all of our clients’ support and respite care needs. 

Day to day care and respite

With the help of our qualified team of support workers, we provide the following services to our clients:

Transportation

We shall have a van to transport our clients from point A to point B. In addition, our able team of support workers have valid drivers' licenses and can use their own vehicles to facilitate the mobility of our clients. Our clients are able to acquire transportation services such as community access which include but not limited to social clubs, religious functions, doctor's appointment amongst others.

Assisted Living

Our team of experienced support workers assist our clients with daily living activities such as showering, laundry, meal preparation, gardening, making bed amongst others.

Temporary Accommodation

Our Bullsbrook facility is equipped with beds. Air conditioner, cooking gas and other equipment to provide short term accommodation to our clients. We are also located on a 5-acre land which provides enough and serene environment for our clients to undertake various activities and also enjoy the scenery beauty during their stay.

Other Services

Support Coordination

The NDIA defines Support Coordination as: ‘Assistance to strengthen participants’ abilities to coordinate and implement supports and participate more fully in the community.’  This includes: 

  • Initial assistance with linking participants with the right providers to meet their needs
  • Assistance to source providers
  • Coordinating a range of supports both funded and mainstream
  • Building on informal supports
  • Resolving points of crisis
  • Parenting training
  • Developing participant resilience in their own network and community 

Guide for Support Coordination

Support Coordination is about self-determination and empowerment of a person living with a disability in partnership with the important people in their life. It focuses on using a person’s strengths to build capacity and bring about change. A favourite expression that sums up Support Coordination: “give a person a fish and you feed them for a day; teach a person to fish and you feed them for a lifetime”.

The following are guides to support you in your service provision:

  • DO Treat everyone with respect and honesty. 

  • DO Remember the individual is at the centre of the decision making.

  • DO Promote opportunities for self-sustainment.

  • DO Set clear boundaries about your role, the time limits, and the purpose.

  • DO Ensure you develop a Service Agreement and Service Booking with everyone.

  • DO Provide a variety of different options that promote inclusion.

  • DO Ensure you stay neutral in choosing service providers when the individual could also access the service from your own organisation.

  • DO NOT Do things of a personal nature that the person can do for themselves, such as going to the toilet or changing clothes.

  • DO Ensure external providers have appropriate Service Agreements and Service Bookings in place.

  • DO Make safe referrals – ensure all providers you link an individual are reputable. 

  • DO Accept the individual’s choice (unless personal safety is questioned).

  • All individuals are entitled to environments that are free from discrimination of any kind at any time.

  • DO Organise and/or attend any meeting with the participant as necessary on a need’s basis. 

  • DO Report on your service provision and outcome.

  • DO Strengthen the individual’s ability to create their own life.

  • DO NOT Do something for a person that they could, or have the potential to, do for themselves.