General Information about Disability Support
Care and support is provided to individuals with disabilities by these disability support services. Non-government organizations and the private sectors are bodies responsible for providing the services. There are a percentage of people with disability need a little care but also there is a percentage that need twenty four hour care. Individuals who are unable to participate in employment which is paid at the end of the week or month due to a disability are provided with support pension and career pension. To the people whose role is to provide care, they cannot work in jobs which are paying. The following are examples of types of disability services;
Autism specter disorder support
The Autism specter disorder support center supports people with autism spectrum disorder. They can access to a wide range of disability support services so as they can connect to a wider community. The support services which are available are as follows ASD development coordination, ASD communication and behavior support, ASD parent education and ASD specify disability and advisory services. The other disability support services included services such as community and home supports, respite, career support and supported living.
Behavior support services
The quality of life for people who have challenging behavior are improved by behavior support services. Relationship existing between individuals is usually affected with the challenging behaviors and may put the person or others at risk of harm. The disabled individual and their support network work with these behavior support services. Friends, staff, family members and advocates are examples of the support network. A plan is developed and implemented by the behavior support service to decrease the impact of the individual’s challenging behavior. The service provider monitors and reviews the plan with the disabled person to make sure it works well. Hence a disabled person can be independent and involves himself or herself to community work as a result.
Child development services
Child development services aid a child who is a preschooler and is disabled or he or she is not achieving developmental milestones. A special assessment for the child is provided, intervention and management services are organized by the child development center. It work with other organizations to ensure the child gets the integrated support. These services are usually provided in homes or community settings.
Community day services
The disabled adults who cannot find work are aided by the community day services to take part in community work. The disabled person’s personal skills is improved in the process through regular social contact which is meaningful and activities which are stimulating.