Community Access and in Home Support are services that help people with disabilities or those living with chronic illnesses to maximize their independence and lead a full life. Community Access and in Home Supports aim to provide an improved quality of life for individuals who have difficulty accessing the community without these services.
These services are typically provided by a team of dedicated professionals. The team works together to develop a plan for each individual that meets their unique needs and goals, ensuring the highest level of client satisfaction. This plan may involve coordinating care with other health professionals, providing access to necessary resources and information, or even arranging transportation for appointments. In addition to these services, Community Access and in Home Support providers may also provide advocacy, education and resources to help people with disabilities or chronic illnesses get the support they need.