We are thrilled to have 24/7 Care Disability Services and Activity Hub as a proud Platinum sponsor of the Sydney Disability Connection Expo on the 16th and 17th June at the International Convention Centre. To register click here.
The people they support, their voices and their aspirations are central to how 24/7 Care Disability Services and Activity Hub goes about delivering services.
Their refurbished hub on the Central Coast might be the heartbeat of their activities, but their people are the brains behind the programs that they offer. It is a very niche model that listens and learns from participants and delivers what they want and need to achieve their goals.
The program changes rapidly, as they undertake a great deal of consultation, communication and collaboration that drives the activities and groups that are coming up.
Even nonverbal participants have a voice at 24/7 Care, to ensure they are included in the outcomes their ongoing consultation achieves. 24/7 Care Disability Services and Activity Hub are like a family. Clients’ parents have even established a community of support as well that sees them gather regularly.
They use a traffic light system to guide the responses they receive and where everyone gives feedback to get to the point where they know that they are offering people with disabilities and their families is what they want and need.
The hub that they’ve created is a hive of activities and groups with different experiences available all the time that respond to what clients want to achieve.
24/7 Care Disability Services and Activity Hub have seen some very complex and challenging behaviors but can say with absolute conviction that their success stories are exceptional and clients who have been excluded from other providers have found a home with 24/7 Care.
Offering Community Access, Daily Living, STA, a dementia support group, and handyman services 24/7 Care Disability Services and Activity Hub are all about taking a different and more inclusive approach to support that incorporates the voice of the participant every step of the way along the continuum of care.
They operate across the Central Coast, Lake Macquarie, Newcastle and The Hunter Region so there are plenty of opportunities for you to get involved.