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Along with general assistance and one on one with daily living, 123 Community Access can also help with around the home maintenance and accessible adaptations. For example, gutter cleans, roof repairs and leaky taps, ramps and grab rails to help focusing on the comfort of all clients.

123 supports people who have a cognitive, sensory, intellectual, neurological or physical disabilities.

Along with every day assistance with daily living and household chores, trips out and about around town, they also offer respite services to give participants the refresh and “me” time that we all need from time to time.

123 Community Access work along with professional organisations who give psychotherapy, physiotherapy and help facilitate and implement the needed regimen to achieve success for all participants.

Our organisation supports:

Culturally and linguistically diverse people
Parents/Legal Guardians
Young Adults

Diagnoses and conditions:

Autism and related conditions
Intellectual disability
Other intellectual/learning conditions
Other psychosocial/psychiatric
Other sensory/speech
Other – physical

Service types our organisation supports:

Assistance in the community with daily activities
Assistance with household tasks
Community Connection
Community participation/inclusion
Completion of home modifications (minor)
Domestic services
Meal delivery
Meal preparation
Respite (overnight)
Support Independent Living