5 things to know about Home and Living Supports

5 things to know about Home and Living Supports

Afford is a registered provider of Home and Living Supports. There are lots of different Home and Living Supports the NDIS might fund for NDIS participants, so here are five useful things to know. #1 The NDIS can assist participants to live independently NDIS...
A place to call home, SIL and SDA vacancies at Afford

A place to call home, SIL and SDA vacancies at Afford

Afford is one of Australia’s most experienced providers of Supported Independent Living (SIL) and Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA). We have been supporting people with disability to find happy, safe and accessible homes for more than 70 years. We are...
5 things to know about Disability Employment Services (DES)

5 things to know about Disability Employment Services (DES)

In the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, Afford Disability Employment Services (DES) Team Leader, Layla Naji received a phone call from Marites Cruz. Marites met Layla at a community event. They got to talking about Afford’s Disability Employment Service (DES). Born in...
Achieving goals: sexuality, relationships, and disability

Achieving goals: sexuality, relationships, and disability

Afford has released a new Sexuality and Relationships Policy and related staff learning module. Designed to support clients to identify and reach relationship and sexuality goals, they have been very well received. We recognise and support the rights of people with...
NDIS for everyone through diversity and inclusion

NDIS for everyone through diversity and inclusion

We look at how the National Disability Insurance Agency is making sure the NDIS is as accessible as possible for its 650,000+ participants. There are hard word definitions at the end of this article. Hard words are marked in bold. If you read a hard word and want to...
Samantha’s thriving with Assistance with Daily Life (ADL)

Samantha’s thriving with Assistance with Daily Life (ADL)

Meet Samantha, a remarkable woman on a journey towards independence. After many years of dealing with the isolating effects of depression, anxiety, and ADHD, Samantha reached out for help. For the past two years, she has been receiving Assistance with Daily Life (ADL)...
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