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Helping people with disability to build their independence is paramount at IMPACT. We want all our clients to experience the best of life through their IMPACT journey. By providing opportunities through day services, we encourage participants to be independent, participate in the community and build life skills. Whether you're looking to transition from school to becoming a young adult or you're an adult looking to engage more in the community, we can help you!
We offer group or individualised support that will be tailored to suit each participant. Our aims will be to help engage each person into community and educational activities, and to build independence and overall confidence.
IMPACT support staff work closely with you and your family, carers and supporters for the ideal outcome. Our programs are governed under the Queensland Government framework, Your Life Your Choice, NDIS choice and control.
Frequently Asked Questions
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Do you see me in a group or one-on-one?
We can do both. It will depend on each individual's needs.
What will we do each day?
We will work with you to develop the skills you want. We can work on your education, we could do some exercise, we could look at building better living skills like cooking, gardening and more, or we could even look at getting you your driver's licence. It is your life and your choice!
Can IMPACT help with my education?
Absolutely! We can help with maths and English. You will learn at your own pace and that way it will always be fun.
Will I have help from more than one person?
At IMPACT we work as a team, which means even though you will normally have only one support worker, you will have the support of a very dedicated and experienced team.
Do you link with other services in town?
Definitely. We have great relationships with community organisations all over town and use these connections to make sure you get the best possible service.
IMPACT's disability programs are funded by the Department of Communities (Disability Services).
IMPACT adheres to the framework provided by the Human Services Quality Standards (QLD).