Home to Community Services
Care & support in the comfort of your own home
Our Home to Community services allow clients to live a more independent life with our experienced, professional support workers to assist them.
What is Home to Community services?
Our Home to Community Service is an invaluable service that supports people to stay living comfortably at home for longer. Whether it be for a few hours a day, overnight or 24-hour care, our experienced, qualified support workers are there to support you, whether it be for everyday tasks or to connect you with your community.
Support Workers can assist with regular activities, that relate to your NDIS Goals.
Regular activities may include:
- Social Support
- Personal & Domestic Assistance
- Skill Development & Life Skills
- Transport & Shopping Support
Our personalised Home to Community Service aims to meet your individual goals, wants and aspirations, where you’re matched with likeminded, qualified support workers.
For further information please visit the Contact page to get in touch with a friendly staff member.
What activities can carers help with?
- Keeping you fit, safe & healthy
- Support getting ready for your day
- Household chores
- Help amongst the community
- Learning new skills to become more independent
- Going on holiday
- Keeping in touch with friends and family
Who qualifies for this service?
Anyone who is living at home and needs additional support for everyday living and activities.
For all ages 6+
Saturday Group Based Community Access
Saturday Community Access Activities aim to meet a range of interests and abilities and are fully supported by our professional and passionate staff members. These group based activities are for both children and adults. These activities allow clients to socialise with others whilst having fun and participating in the things they enjoy. Some examples include:
- Mini golf
These are currently based in the Frankston and surrounding suburbs and will run from 10am-4pm. Please be advised that SASI will not be providing transport for these activities, clients will meet staff in Franskton and access the community from there each Saturday.
Activities will be accessed by using public transport/walking locally. For activities using public transport it is expected that the client brings their MYKI card with sufficient funds. Clients will also need to bring sufficient funds for each program, the cost will be outlined prior.
Clients can either bring a packed lunch or purchase lunch. Staff are able to support clients with money handling to pay for activities and will also ensure a receipt is obtained for all purchases.
All potential clients will need to have their relevant documents, information, NDIS Plan, Service Agreement, COVID Vaccination (over 16’s) current before attending any of these activities.