This program intends to assist adults to live as contributing members of their family home, or on their own, in a safe and responsible manner, and within mutually supportive relationships.
Trainees, sheltered employees, independent or supported graduates are given opportunities to learn and master personal and domestic living skills in their own home environment under the supervision of a Trainer and a family member.
Community Living helps the adult to access important public facilities for their daily living and recreational needs. Field trips are usually a better and more enjoyable way of learning community access skills, for example using public transportation, banks, shops etc. It also gives members of the community a closer and more fun way of getting to know people with disabilities better.