Community Access & Day Options

A bridge into the wider community.

With our Community Access and Day Options the focus is on opportunities and options to connect with the community and have social engagement helping to drive improved lifestyle outcomes, skills development and increase the opportunity for developmental and personal growth.

Our community access and day options cater for adults with intellectual disabilities, providing activities, support and developmental training. We currently offer group day options for adults with disabilities in NSW and the ACT as well as Headway, our Illawarra / Wollongong based group, specifically designed for people with acquired brain injury providing a safe and supported space designed to improve lifestyle outcomes and develop new skills.

Group Day Program Participant
Group Day Program Participants

Our disability services Community Access and Day Options have a strong focus on community participation and independent living skills development. Participants typically attend 3-5 days each week and are encouraged to be involved in activities such as cooking, shopping, communication and social interaction, games, crafts and more. There are also regular day trips for activities that are appropriate to the individual’s level of ability, meeting personal goals such as swimming and horse-riding.

We also have day option models which cater for people with high support needs. This includes people who use wheelchairs, require additional support, have particular medical needs or require specific personalised assistance.

If you or someone you care for would like to know more about what Community Access and Day Options would be best suited, see the above list and make an enquiry today. One of our friendly staff will be in touch to discuss options and availability.

Indigenous Culture mark

The Disability Trust acknowledges the traditional custodians of the Country on which we provide services. We recognise the strength and intergenerational resilience of Elders and honour the culture and knowledge of community leaders past, present and emerging.

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