How do our Services Work?

At One Love Community Care, we prioritize intersectionality, cultural sensitivity, and competency. Our team of caring and committed caregivers provide a variety of hands-on, creative, and holistic support services to diverse communities seeking a holistic approach. We are passionate about delivering compassionate, fun, heart-based care to those we serve. These services are open to the general public and available with funding through the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) for eligible clients.

Support Coordination
This involves helping NDIS participants navigate and implement their NDIS plans, connecting them with relevant service providers, and ensuring that they receive the supports they need.

Improved Daily Living Skills
Providing training and support to help individuals with disability develop and improve their daily living skills, such as cooking, cleaning, and personal hygiene.

Social and Community Participation
Supporting participants to engage in social and community activities, develop social skills, and build connections within their communities

Improved Relationships
Offering services that focus on improving personal relationships, social interactions, and communication skills to enhance the quality of life for NDIS participants.

Improved Health and Wellbeing
Providing services to address physical and mental health needs, including exercise programs, health education, and support for managing health conditions.

Improved Learning
Supporting participants in acquiring new skills, pursuing educational opportunities, and enhancing their ability to learn and develop.

Improved Employment
Assisting participants in finding and maintaining employment, including job coaching, skills training, and support with resume development and job searching.

Improved Life Choices
Services that empower participants to make informed decisions, exercise choice and control, and set and achieve their goals.

Improved Living Arrangements
Helping participants with disability find suitable accommodation options, transition to independent living, or improve their current living arrangements.

Improved Daily Living
Providing assistance with personal care, mobility, and activities of daily living, enabling participants to live more independently.

Transportation Assistance
Offering support with transportation, such as training in using public transport, providing accessible transportation options, or helping participants arrange transportation services.

Assistive Technology
Assessing and providing assistive technology devices and equipment to enhance independence and participation in daily life.

Therapeutic Supports
Delivering therapeutic interventions such as speech therapy, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, and behaviour support to address specific needs.

Training for Carers and Support Workers
Providing training and support for informal carers and professional support workers to enhance their ability to assist NDIS participants.

Community Capacity Building
Engaging in initiatives that strengthen the capacity of local communities to be inclusive and supportive of individuals with disability.

Cultural and Linguistic Diversity Support
Offering services that are culturally sensitive and tailored to meet the needs of participants from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds.

Exercise Physiology and Personal Training
EThese services focus on improving the physical health and fitness of OLCC participants. They may involve creating personalised exercise programs, providing fitness training, and monitoring progress to enhance participants’ overall well-being, mobility, and physical independence, helping improve confidence and quality of life.

SIL & Retreats
At One Love Community Care, we are well known for our immersive and impactful individual and group respite programs and retreats, focusing on several health, wellness, and community engagement areas. Our highly specialised retreats cater to many communities and concentrate on current real-world challenges and ideas.
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