Disability Services (NDIS)
Each service user can expect CASPA to uphold their right to make decisions, including medical treatment and interventions. When this is not possible, assisted or substituted (alternative) decision making will be made in line with the person’s expressed wishes, if known. If not known, decisions will be made considering their best interests.
CASPA provides opportunities for people with a disability to participate in the development and review of policy and procedures that promote strategies for quality including upholding human rights
CASPA recognises the importance of risk-taking and enables each person to assess the benefits versus the risks of each option available to them. CASPA will support individuals to make their own decisions with dignity.
Children and young people aged between 12 – 25 years of age who are identified as people living with a disability.
- Provide therapeutic supports and interventions
- Case plan to support a timely restoration, transition to family or independence
- Encourage the participation of all stakeholders in the decision-making processes which will impact their lives
- Collaborate with relevant supporting agencies/ individuals/ specialist practitioners
- Provide safe and secure accommodation for children and young people with challenging behaviours
- identity, culture, religion, spiritual beliefs and linguistics of each young person in our care
- Preserve the dignity of children and young person with physical and/or mental limitations
- Respect the choices made by the young person in relation to their sexual preferences
- Empower the child or young person by assisting them to learn how to manage their own behaviours
- Ensure the following basic needs are assessed/ and addressed on an ongoing basis:
- Family relationships – contact/access
- Developing social skills and network and interests
- Physical Development
- Living skills
- Emotional functioning & development
- Legal status
- Keeping parents informed
- Areas of economic significance
- Uphold the rights and advocate on behalf of the people in our care
- Transparent and accurate case planning which accurately records our accountability and reflects our commitment to provide quality of care, focusing on the needs and general wellbeing of the children and young people.