Suppport Coordination

Support Coordination is the deal of finding, developing, coordinating and get into supports and services on their own on behalf assisting individuals.

Support is time limited and attentions on addressing barriers and reducing complexity in the support environment, while assisting the participant to connect with supports and shape capacity and resilience. It may also include development of an intervention plan which will be put in place by disability support workers.

Assisting the participant get ready for their plan review by helping them:

  • assess whether they achieved their goals and got value for money
  • consider new goals
  • exploring housing options and life transition planning
  • helping participants decide on what actions to take to achieve goals in relation to
  • identify solutions to problems experienced in implementing the plan


Our staff will be following COVID-19 safety preventive measures in place
to ensure we are able to safely provide services to clients:

  • Temperature checks for all clients and family/housemates
  • Social distancing measures
  • Face masks will be used throughout the entirety of support shifts
  • Hand hygiene practices including sanitiser and gloves
  • PPE would be used when providing personal care and close contact supports
  • All the staff members have completed training in infection prevention and control of COVID-19