Areas within which a Support Worker may provide assistance are:
flexibility to purchase services to strengthen their abilities and assistance to self-manage their funds and supports
Access Community, Social and Recreational Activities
Participation in Community, Social and Civic Activities
engage in community, social and recreational activities
Community, Social and Recreational Activities
providers to claim reimbursement for the costs of enabling a participant to independently engage in community, social and recreational activities when costs of participation exceed an affordable level and without, the participant would be at risk of social isolation. Participants may use this funding for activities such as camps, vacation and outside school hours’ care, course or membership fees
Supports in Employment
Specialised Supported Employment
participants who are employed and who are less independent in performing their work tasks or need frequent prompting and coaching to stay on track, communicate with others, or manage their behaviours.
on-the-job training and intermittent support with daily work tasks;
direct supervision and/or group-based support to enable meaningful participation at work;
physical assistance and personal care delivered in the workplace;
supports to manage disability-related behaviour or complex needs at work; and
non face-to-face activities that are directly related to supporting a participant’s employment.
High Intensity Supports
Different price limits apply depending on the Claiming for Time of Day and Day of Week when the support is delivered; the Level of Disability Support Worker who delivers the support.