CLP Admin

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Seeking upbeat, patient, and confident individuals with a passion for having a positive impact on someone’s life! I am a middle-aged man who lives and works in Daw Park. I’m passionate about photography, music, travel, living a healthy lifestyle, connecting with nature, technology, and digital media. Due to recent changes in […]

Support Workers – 12 to 16 hours per fortnight in ...

“My name is Flick, I am 39 years old and I live with Athetoid Cerebral Palsy. I use an electric wheelchair for mobility and an augmented communication device to communicate. I own my own unit in Plympton and I love to get out for a coffee and be social.” We are […]

New Support worker position available – Plympton

Do you enjoy good conversations and are you a person who has a good sense of humour?  Do your interests include chess, playing piano, exercise, art, jazz or sustainability/ecofriendly living? I am a man in my 50’s and live in the Noarlunga area in my own home.   I enjoy good […]

Overnight Support Workers required in Noarlunga Downs

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I strive to live an independent life in the community. I am passionate about social justice and hold a strong belief that people with a disability should be well-supported in their own home and be well connected and engaged with others in the community. People who know me will describe […]

Casual Support Workers – suburbs south of Adelaide

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I am a man in my 50’s and live in the Noarlunga area in my own home. I am looking to recruit someone to work with me Friday (9am-2pm) and Sunday (10am-1pm). The Role I am passionate about woodwork project’s using recycled timber and traditional woodworking tools and require support […]

Support Worker- Casual Employment – Noarlunga area

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Self-directed Support begins with assisting each person to identify what is important for them in their paid support, helping them to individually recruit workers who fit with their vision, as well as managing the workers in their day-to-day activities. This is further strengthened through the active involvement of family and […]

What is Self-directed Support?

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Community Living Project has developed a model of Self-directed Support that embraces Family Leadership. This model uses the ‘Seven Steps to self-direction’. The content of this post is also published in the Family leadership booklet The Seven Steps process gives a logical sequence of steps which build on each other. […]

Seven Steps to Self-direction

A vital focus of CLP is supporting families to develop their leadership skills and to increase their understanding of how to bring about positive change in the life of their family member with disability. Leadership often arises because a person with disability, family, their allies or ordinary citizens see a […]

Families leading change

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CLP believes each person with a disability should be included as a valued and contributing member of their community. Our Mission and Values are very much alive, and staff share a common passion for building inclusive lives. Community Living Project doesn’t just provide disability support services, we help create good […]

Our vision and values – video by CLP

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In this video  Circle Members reflect on what it means for them to be invited, included and involved involved in a circle of support. Community Resource Unit Ltc (CRU) created two videos for the National Resource Centre (NRC) for Circles of Support and Microboards (COSAM).  This COSAM is a project […]

Circle members experience – video by CRU