Last month, we underwent our latest independent audit of our service’s performance against the NDIS Practice Standards.
We would like to advise that there has been an update to the NDIS Pricing Arrangements and Price Limits (Previously the NDIS Price Guide), effective from 1st July 2022.
As part of NAIDOC week, we are very pleased to share CLO’s 40th-anniversary commemorative artwork.
We are pleased to announce that we have been named as a finalist for the ‘Innovation in Child Protection-Metropolitan’ award category in the inaugural South Australian Child Protection Awards!
Maximise your NDIS plan with regular check-ins to make sure it’s working the best way possible for you. Connect with an NDIS support coordinator for additional help.
The NDIS provides support to people with disabilities, their families, and carers. Here’s how to apply, create a plan, and access additional core supports.
Assistance with daily living, supported independent living, transportation, community participation. Here’s what to look for in a disability support service.
There are a lot of responsibilities and steps that go into supporting another person succeed. Here are the top qualities we at Community Living Options look for in a person centred support worker.
Working in disability services is a rewarding career. You get to help other people live their best lives and see the fruits of your labour each and every day.
Mahendra is following his goal of gaining employment and independence after suffering from an ABI in 2015, he is determined and unstoppable when it comes to achieving goals he has set for himself!
Support coordination is available to help you get the most from your NDIS plan and daily life, but it’s very important to find a Support Coordinator that’s right for you.
Supported Independent Living (SIL) is NDIS funding that helps people with a disability to live as independently as possible and provides day-to-day support that meet your individual requirements.
Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) is an evidence-based approach to helping people living with a disability to both reduce behaviours of concern and increase their quality of life.