PROVIDING OPPORTUNITY, ABILITY & SUPPORT TOWARD MAXIMUM INDEPENDENCE. PROVIDING A GOOD LIFE.

LATEST NEWS  

EDUCATION & COMMUNITY INCLUSION

The Murray Bridge Community Centre education program is managed by a qualified and current TAFE lecturer. The MBCC runs two courses suitable for the residents of SA Support Services…

BEE FARM

Back in February this year we announced the beginning of an initiative for SA Support Services to start a bee farm and has thus far resulted in a greater level of input and involvement than first anticipated…

TRANSITION HOME

SA Support Services now have a second property for use by the individuals in our care which provides opportunity for residents to live in a less intensive accommodation setting as they progress toward greater levels of independence…

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Moving Beyond Expectations – Embracing a
Good Life

Welcome to SA Support Services website.

We are a new and relatively small Not For Profit organisation established to work with people who have a cognitive disability and come from a disadvantaged background.

Typically people who are referred to SA Support Services,

  • Individuals who are eligible for services from Disability and/or Mental Health Services,
  • Individuals who have complex and unmet behavioural support needs,
  • Individuals who have Criminal Justice System history,
  • Individuals with a history of homelessness,
  • Individuals who are currently living in secure care.

Our core business is to provide a robust 24/7-accommodation service, based on the Group Home Model employed by Disability Services. However within this accommodation service operates developmental independent living skill and community re-integration programs.

These programs are all part of the model of support employed by SA Support Services. Called Stepping Stones, this model outlines a pathway from institutional or secure care living, to safe and self-determined life as part of their community. The model has a well being focus, recognising that all people with disabilities have access to not only the fundamental human rights regarding safety, security, housing, health, equality, access, and recognition, but that also consideration and effort are directed toward an individuals’ rights to self determination, expression of opinion, and to be actively engaged in activities of choice and meaningful roles within the community.

So welcome and take a look around – feel free to make comments or suggestions via our Contact Us page, or give us a call for further information not on this site.