Our Support Workers provide a variety of flexible services which promote independence, skill building and involvement in your community to help you lead your best life and achieve your goals.
Our Support Workers
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Signpedia's support workers provide a variety of services that are tailored to your individual needs and personal goals.
Our trained, professional, and friendly support workers can help you in a range of areas, including:
- Independent Living Skills Development
We can help you improve your skills so you can live more independently. We can help you improve skills such as cooking, cleaning, shopping, washing, managing bills and a range of other skills.
- Social, Community and Civic Participation
We can help to grow your confidence and support you to engage more independently in a range of activities in the community. This might include support to attend community events, be involved various social activities, participate in a camp, go on a holiday, be involved in a sporting group and much more.
- Daily Activities
We can assist you with a range of everyday tasks that enable you to live as independently as possible. This might include personal care tasks such as toileting, bathing, grooming, dressing, feeding, bed transfers and a whole range of other tasks.
- Capacity Building
We can support you develop your skills so you can be more independent and live your best life. We can help you improve skills such as budgeting, reading and writing, using computers and other technologies, using public transport, communication and social skills, and so much more.
We can provide transport services to those unable to travel independently. We can drive you to various appointments, events and community events to allow you to fully engage in your community.
We have an outstanding team of support workers that provide the highest quality services to our clients. We are unique because we:
- Specialise in working with deaf, hard-of-hearing, nonverbal and other Auslan users.
- Are fluent in Auslan and can adapt to the unique communication needs of Deaf and hard of hearing people.
- Have lived experience with deafness. Many of our support workers are deaf themselves or have someone in their close network who is Deaf.
- Are passionate, caring, and supportive of your individual needs and goals.