Support models describe how you receive assistance to live your life in a way that is meaningful to you. For some with lower support needs, they may require drop in supports during the week, either from unpaid or paid sources. For others with high support needs, they may need 24/7 paid support, either alone or in a shared environment.
Good support is the main indicator of quality of life and we know extrodinary lives can happen in ordinary buildings. Taking time to deeply consider who will support you and how they will do it is key to good outcomes in accommodation. A good support team can assist you to access new places, introduce you to new things, teach you new skills and provide a sense of security and stability in your life.
Model descriptions are being updated