NDIS Services

Support Coordination

Access Your Supports can ensure that supports being engaged under a participant’s plan are working together to empower an individual to achieve their goals.

Therapy: Occupational, Speech & Psychology

Access Your Supports can engage a range of therapy supports for participants specified in their plans.

Early Childhood Intervention

Access Your Supports can engage supports for a child with a developmental delay or disability, while working with the family and child to access services available to them in turn maximising the long term benefit for the child.

Peer Mentors

Access Your Supports has a team of young and enthusiastic Peer Mentors to work with clients to access the community and empower them to participate in everyday activities. Our Peer Mentors offer Big Brother/Big Sister support whilst encouraging participants to meet their NDIS goals by having fun!

Finding and Keeping a Job

Access Your Supports can work with participants to assist them to find employment and build the skills needed for long term employment. Our specialist Support Coordinators will work with participants to identify their areas of interest, strengths and link them in with study or employment opportunities to further assist them in obtaining long term work.

Plan Management

Access Your Supports is now providing Plan Management for participants who have this allocated in their plan. Plan Management enables participants to have more flexibility when engaging service providers whilst maintaining choice and control without the worry of having to pay for services from their pocket and claiming them back.

Accommodation and Tenancy Support

Access your supports can assist participants in finding and applying for housing including filling out applications and meeting real estate requirements. We have specialist team members with backgrounds in housing who are able to provide support and empower individuals to live independently.

Life Transition Planning

Access Your Supports can work with participants to engage supports to develop a plan for a meaningful future and empower individuals to achieve their goals as they transition through life’s stages.

Support Coordination

AYS can ensure that supports being engaged under a participant’s plan are working together to empower an individual to achieve their goals.

Early Childhood Intervention

AYS can engage supports for a child with a developmental delay or disability, while working with the family and child to access services available to them in turn maximising the long term benefit for the child.

Finding and Keeping a Job

AYS can work with participants to assist them to find employment and build the skills needed for long term employment.

Accommodation and Tenancy Support

AYS can assist participants in finding and applying for housing including filling out applications and meeting real estate requirements.

Therapy: Occupational, Speech & Psychology

AYS can engage a range of therapy supports for participants specified in their plans.

Peer Mentors

Access Your supports has a team of young and enthusiastic Peer Mentors to work with clients to access the community and empower them to participate in everyday activities. Our Peer Mentors offer Big Brother/Big Sister support whilst encouraging participants to meet their NDIS goals by having fun!

Plan Management

Access Your Supports is now providing Plan Management for participants who have this allocated in their plan. Plan Management enables participants to have more flexibility when engaging service providers whilst maintaining choice and control without the worry of having to pay for services from their pocket and claiming them back.

Life Transition Planning

AYS can work with participants to engage supports to develop a plan for a meaningful future and empower individuals to achieve their goals as they transition through life’s stages.

Group Therapy

Access Your Supports is running Therapy based groups to assist participants to engage in activities outside the ‘normal’ therapy structure. Our Groups are structured and run by our fully qualified therapist with clear measurable outcomes. Group therapy is designed to be fun, creative and engaging so participants don’t even realise it’s therapy!

Passion Project Program

This therapeutic personal development program assists participants to discover their strengths and interests through the vehicle of a ‘Passion Project’. Participants work together in a small group environment with therapists to determine what it is that really makes them tick. They work through a step by step process of creating a project with a specified outcome that they present to the group in the final week of the course.

Through the completion of the program participants will gain new skills, knowledge and understanding about something that is important to them and their own ability to learn. Program goals will be tailored specifically to participants but skills that may be
gained by participation in the program include:

  • Social Skills
  • Team Work
  • Goal setting
  • Research skills
  • Oral Presentation skills
  • Boosted self esteem
  • Increased motivation
  • Communication skills
  • Improved satisfaction with life
  • Maintaining attention
  • ICT, written skills
  • Following instructions
  • Decision making

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STREET ART

This therapeutic art program uses street art as the vehicle by which participants work towards achieving their goals. This program provides an opportunity for participants to practice skills in a supported environment while engaging in a group setting to learn about and practice street art. Participants work with facilitators to identify their goals to ensure the outcome of this program meaningful to them.

Skills that may be gained during participation include:

  • Fine motor
  • Visual and Perceptual motor
  • Communication – verbal and non-verbal, including alternate methods of communicating
  • Social interaction
  • New tactile experiences
  • Sensory processing
  • Decision making and flexibility with decisions
  • Following instructions
  • Co-operating, teamwork
  • Body and emotional regulation
  • Maintaining attention
  • Develop upper body strengthening and endurance

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Secret Agent Society (SAS)

Secret Agent Society (SAS) is a social skills group program for 8 to 12-year- old children with a range of different social and emotional challenges. SAS is a fun, espionage-themed program that helps children learn how to feel happier, calmer and braver. It also teaches them how to make friends and keep them.

SAS is suitable for;

  • High functioning Autism / Asperger’s Syndrome
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Anger management difficulties
  • Other general challenges with friendships, team work, conversations or staying calm

SAS was authored by Clinical Psychologist Dr Renae Beaumont, and is regarded as one of the most successful programs of its kind in the world.

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