People Skills and Community

Supporting community and social participation through a range of group and individual support.

people skill


Access Foundation provides community-based supports for people living with disability, where every individual is encouraged to pursue their goals by accessing skills-based learning, recreation and social activities.

Working together with you and your family or support network, Access Foundation will create a personalised plan around your goals and aspirations, and identify the programs and supports that will assist you to achieve them. Support can complement your existing informal supports, such as your family, friends and other community members.

Developing Your Communication Skills

  • Developing relationships

  • Meeting new people

  • Personal presentation skills

Improving Your Health and Wellbeing

  • Taking part in sports or exercise classes

  • Cooking skills

  • Shopping for groceries

  • Learning to swim

Developing Life Skills

  • Money handling

  • Using public transport

  • Learning how to use technology effectively

Developing Job Skills

  • Education and job skills training programs

  • Vocational training and work experience programs 

  • We can support you with whatever you’d like to do… everyone is different!

Our Points of Difference

  • We are the disability specialists; we have almost 30 years of experience supporting people living with disability from ground level.

  • We provide flexible, on-demand supports including after hours, weekends and holidays.

  • Our staff has extensive experience in supporting people with high and complex needs.

  • We uphold the highest standards of quality and safeguards. We actively promote and uphold the fundamental rights of people living with disability as equal citizens.

Community Case management

Our case management team are very professionals who help people with complex social, medical, or emotional needs, who are vulnerable in society, or who wish to improve their quality of life. We work closely with clients, families, and partners to ensure the best support.

The principles of case management and practice steps outlined in our approach are intended to provide guidance on best practice case management to meet the needs and expectations of Access Foundation’s clients. They underpin and provide direction for staff regarding the practical application of case management in our Community, Family support, and Youth programs, and assist in data collection, impact measurement, and program evaluation to enhance evidence-informed practice.


Entry processes and eligibility inclusion and exclusion criteria are followed, Referrals are prioritized according to need, and responses are given in a timely manner. Intake assessment and Engagement input with clients to know eligibility, strengths, needs, goals, and issues identified by completing risk assessments. Strengths and needs by building a genuine relationship with clients and working. collaboratively based and guided by the client s views and choices. Case planning with the clients by identifying and prioritizing short and long-term goals. Clarify roles of Case Manager, client, and any other stakeholders and also timeframes also Coordinate resources and services as needed. Implementing by delivery of case plan tasks. Monitoring, reviewing progress, and focusing on clients' achievements. Transition or exit by identifying the required supports through the exit process and evaluating progress and outcomes feedback from the clients/ services involved.

Social Skills

    Following activity tables

  • Pool table

  • Adult colouring therapy

  • Puzzles

  • Board games

  • Cards

  • Mini bowling