Community Access (often referred to as Community or Disability Support Work) is all about supporting individuals in gaining functional access into the community in which they belong. Community Support Work is a significant part of an overall intervention approach, and Support Workers will often work alongside other practitioners to aid in the assistance of individuals. Their support varies and is heavily unique based on each client's needs, interests, feasibility, condition, ability and disability. Our Support Workers understand the importance of establishing long-lasting results with clients that aren't only contained within their place of residents, but also in their environment. This follows with the idea that no matter the diagnosis, condition or disability, individuals deserve and are encouraged to serve as adaptive, equal and productive members of their broader society and local community. Support Work may include, but is not limited to, Transportation, Activities, Employment seeking and maintaining, Daily Activities, Tasks of Adaptive Functioning and Supervision.
Below are the PDF forms required to be downloaded, completed and signed for a successful referral.
Please select from the service required below and fill out all information as accurately as possible, as the more information provided will enable us to better understand your referral. Please review the documents below. After completion, documents can be sent to [email protected].