This service assists people with a disability aged 18 to 64 to live independently with the right supports in place.
- MDSS assists the person to live independently in their own, rented or family home within a community setting, offering a range of services dependent on the individual client needs.
- The services that each person receives are:
- Support to develop and complete daily living activities.
- Support in developing social skills and connections.
- Support to develop skills to avert them from homelessness,
- less intensive services in the future and delay any possible
- entry into a more intensive accommodation model.
Health and well-being support.
Each client is assessed on their requirements and capabilities and an individual service program is prepared.
The services may include:
The hours and type of support will be dependent on the client's needs and goals. After an assessment, a Person Centred Plan (PCP) is then tailored to meet those needs and goals and a support worker will then work one-on-one with the client to achieve them.