Every child (individual) has the potential to prosper, regardless of the circumstances surrounding their birth.
THE HUMAN SPIRIT IS ONE OF ABILITY, PERSEVERANCE AND COURAGE THAT NO DISABILITY CAN TAKE AWAY.
We at PREMIER COMMUNITY SERVICES strive to unlock the potential in every child, especially those experiencing disabilities with the ultimate aim of helping them with the skills to be patient, resilient and to forge ahead in providing quality care and love.
Our journey of over 3 decades as mothers has allowed us to experience first-hand, how people with disabilities feel and their struggles for engagement in the community including those who care for them.
We believe that the community helps shape a person’s destiny, hence our services and support systems are geared towards integrating the individuals and their families into the community.
Our main goal is for our clients and their families to enjoy peace of mind and be part of the community while reaching their full potentials.
WHAT WE OFFER
As a registered National Disability Insurance Scheme provider we are committed to ensuring the health and safety of our clients. We strive to meet the needs of the families and empower them with patience, strengths and love to forge ahead.
We offer unique therapeutic sensory services to individuals with disabilities, as well as offer support to families who care for them.
We provide individual care, support structure to the family as well as moral support to families with children or relatives with disabilities.
At Premier Community Services we also provide the following services:
- Support Coordination
- Short- Term Accommodation
- Community Nursing
- Early Childhood Support Services
- Household Tasks
- Educational Adviser and Play Coach
- DISABILITY IS NOT INABILITY
ARE YOU WILLING TO UNLOCK THE FULL POTENTIAL OF YOUR CHILD OR SOMEONE WITH A DISABILITY CLOSE TO YOU?
We at Premier Community Services are ready to support you realise those potentials!
Educational adviser and play coach
We understand that building routines and settling strategies in educational settings can be a challenging experience for children, the families and educators when impacted by a Child’s disabilities.