The Community Program is available to anyone eligible for ATE or PSO funding.

Personal plans are developed in consultation with the person, his/her family and relevant others. With a focus on goals, aspirations and support needs, this “person centred approach” to service provision, it also provides a measure of achievements met and still to come.

Activities offered in both the community setting and a comprehensively equipped centre based location. All people are encouraged to learn new skills and develop new networks in the community.

Involvement in community activities is a lot of fun and through their zest for life and infectious humour, individuals develop relationships which have continued for many years with other community members. Having fun is a simple and effective method to lift awareness of adults with intellectual disabilities.