Our social and community programs are tailored for people with a disability and older adults.
Our programs aim to enhance your social and life skills, connect with others in the community and work towards achieving true independence.
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Our Memory Support Program is a combination of holistic supports delivered in your home, with the intention of increasing and stimulating cognitive functioning and improving working memory skills.
This program can benefit people with dementia or acquired brain injury (ABI), or people recovering from strokes or accidents affecting cognition – by providing individualised and meaningful support to strengthen capacity. Importantly, it also provides education and resources for carers and the whole family, to assist them in their ongoing valuable support roles.
The individualised nature of the Memory Support Program aims to increase your quality of life and independent functioning, with positive health and wellbeing outcomes.
Camp Ability is our school holiday camp program, for youths with a disability.
The 4-day camps are designed to provide a fun, safe holiday camp experience, where nurturing support is provided by our qualified and experienced Lifestyle Supporters, as well as trained volunteers.
The 4-day camps are held in popular camp venues across South East Queensland such as:
- YMCA Camp Warrawee
- Queensland Conference and Camping Centres (QCCC)
- Bribie Island Retreat and Recreation Centre
- Gold Coast Recreation Centre
Camp participants get to experience new activities and challenges in a supportive group environment, which encourages social and life skill development and offers the opportunity to create great friendships!
Cruisability is our supported cruise holidays for adults with a disability.
Cruisability holidays aboard P & O Cruises are offered twice a year departing from Brisbane, and provide adults with a disability aged 18 and over with the opportunity to have a supported group holiday to increase independence and social skills.
Sociability Club offers daily events during school holidays, for young adults with disability.
The group events offer a cost effective school holiday program option, where participants are able to experience activities in an inclusive, unstructured group environment, with quality support.
Sociability Club events aim to build important social and life skills, by incorporating activities such as food preparation, learning to take public transport or developing communication skills.
Events may include:
- Cooking classes
- Beach or park days
- Day trips to the Queensland Museum and Queensland Art Gallery
- Day trips to the zoo, Stradbroke and Coochiemudlo Islands
- Adventure activities like SkyZone and Laserforce
We have a lovely group home which offers long term supported living for people with a disability.
Our group home aims to foster independence, skill development and a sense of belonging, and focuses on achieving positive outcomes for all residents.