Individual Support

Community Access Workers visit clients within their home or in the community to assist them to set and achieve goals the client has chosen to work on. These goals often include:

Accessing the Community

  • Using transport independently.
  • Accessing training and education.
  • Developing recreational interests, e.g. joining clubs and groups.
  • Finding voluntary work.
  • Accessing employment services.
  • Increasing support networks.

Enhancing Living Skills

  • Addressing memory and organisation difficulties.
  • Achieving independence at home and in the community, e.g. meal preparation, budgeting, shopping.
Cooking a BBQ

HeadEast can assist clients to develop a fitness programme, increase their computing or independent living skills.