At Assist Community Services, our vision is rooted in a commitment to providing person-centred, dynamic, and responsive supports to individuals.
In the journey towards independence, the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) plays a pivotal role in empowering NDIS participants to lead fulfilling lives. One key aspect of this support is Supported Independent Living (SIL), a service designed to provide assistance and encouragement to individuals to live independently.
The guiding principles of Assist Community Services serve as the filter to assess all opportunities and the guideposts to make all decisions.
As we celebrate 2023 NAIDOC Week, we’d like to give a shout out to Bobbi Lockyer the winner if the prestigious National NAIDOC Week Poster Competition for 2023.
On the final day of National Reconciliation Week 2022, we reflect on the 30 year anniversary of the historic Mabo High Court decision that overturned the myth that at the time of colonisation, Australia was 'terra nullius' or land belonging to no one.
At Assist Community Services, we pride ourselves on being able to support NDIS participants to live a life of their choosing.
The support for individuals offered by Assist Community Services recognises the diversity and choice of each individual, family and their carers.
Through the NDIS, we proudly assist individuals with one on one support. Supports offered by Assist Community Services recognise the diversity and choice of each individual, family and their carers.
We work with participants, their families and carers to design supports that suit individuals, their needs and lifestyle goals. We recognise the diversity and choice of each NDIS participant.
Assist Community Services has chosen core values that correlate with our purpose and vision. This provides clear guidance for achieving our goals and keeping the service we provide the best it can be.