Sunrise2Sunrise is a Registered NDIS provider that does things differently. They take pride in offering professional services traditionally only provided in larger corporate Disability Support organisations but take a personalised approach. They tailor services to each and every participant and all services are in accordance with the Disability Act 2006, NDIS Act 2013 and Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities act 2006. At Sunrise2Sunrise they’re about relationships – people always come first.
The Sunrise2Sunrise staff – or as they call themselves, Life Changers – are selected for their experience in the Disability Support Industry. The team are NDIS Rockstars, and support people’s lifestyles to help them find their strengths and abilities in a variety of settings to suit participants needs. Whether it be through 1:1 community participation, in house support, or SIL/SDA accommodation. They strive for participants at Sunrise2Sunrise to live their best life.
Sunrise2Sunrise Community Care is proud to be able to support participants who want to live independently. Participants who have SIL funding in their plan can access the SIL service. The planning for SIL support uses a person-centred approach to help participants reach their goals while facilitating their culture, lifestyle, and circumstances. The support is delivered respectfully in a participant’s home by Sunrise2Sunrise to advance skills for independent living. The customised support will ensure the participant is central to all decision-making to best suit their wants and needs. Participants can adapt their SIL support to align with their life at any stage.
Sunrise2Sunrise use the social support model to help extend a participant’s independence beyond their home, to allow them to enjoy experiences in their local area while building up their confidence to make meaningful lifestyle choices. As participants’ independence and confidence grow, their community ties also grow. From here, they will be able to try new experiences and further develop accomplished skills in existing leisures and hobbies. The participant can develop skills through community programs like gardening, volunteering, and public events.
The sky’s the limit!
Visit the Sunrise2Sunrise team at site P403 during the Care Expo Melbourne.