WHO we support, and WHY our support is valuable
CDSS provides quality disability support to all ages. This allows for participants with all disabilities and conditions to be surrounded with a quality support system.
We help clients live as independently as possible and to develop strong daily living and social skills in line with their NDIS goals. This gives them confidence to participate in the community and society. We work with participants who may have intellectual, physical and sensory disabilities and we help them overcome any barriers they may face. Our Supports include helping individuals with:
- Acquired Brain Injury
- Visual and hearing impairment
- Intellectual disabilities
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Down Syndrome
- Cerebral Palsy
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Motor Neurone Disease
- Spinal cord injuries
- Physical impairment / Mobility issues
- Frederick’s Ataxia
Our active support approach
We work in partnership with primary carers and families of participants to help them achieve their goals. We acknowledge that each participant has different needs, different choices and different priorities; this is why we shape our supports and care around their preferences. This means the care we give supports the client’s expectations and choices.
Our commitment to cultural sensitivity
We respect the cultural heritage and diversity of our clients. We work collaboratively with clients and their support network to ensure everyone’s needs are taken into account. We always aim to maintain specific cultural, religious or language needs of participants and structure our support to deliver planned goals while being sensitive to the participant’s specific needs and beliefs.