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Lifestyle Centred Services is a specialised disability support service provider to adults and children, delivering care and respite across a wide range of disabilities, environments and care needs.

piattaforme opzioni binarie Our holistic approach to service delivery is underpinned by the concepts of person–centred practice, and the understanding that every individual’s requirements are personal and unique.

http://www.ivst-vz.de/?debin=24-option-com We offer personalised in-home and community support by way of:

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  • High physical care / trauma, ABI
  • Individually-tailored, flexible support plans
  • Complex medical care needs
  • Support to assist independent living
  • Social and emotional support
  • Personal care and domestic support
  • Self-directed support
  • Home care
  • Outreach & community access
  • Chaperone support for domestic and international holidays and trips
  •  Meal preparation
  • Childrens' services across all disabilities including high level, complex medical care needs – short and long term
  • Palliative care
  • Respite for families

 

Our management team and highly trained staff are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days per week to support children and adults who have a disability:

go Our management team hold 85 years combined experience and expertise in the industry sector. Lifestyle Centred Services is NDIS registered and a provider of Individual Support Plans (ISP’s) to federal and state governments and not-for-profit organisations, as well as private clients. We strive to lead change and meet everyday challenges by providing clearly defined outcomes and support services to meet the physical, emotional, social, spiritual and intellectual needs of our clients in a caring and professional manner.  

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