CASS Centre-Based Day Programs support the ongoing development of each person through the provision of individually tailored opportunities.
Our programs assist people with disability from CALD (culturally and linguistically diverse) communities to develop the skills they need in order to increase their independence, participate as valued and active community members and achieve their personal goals.
Community Participation and Social Integration
- Our programs support integration and participation in the community through a wide range of activities.
- We regularly visit a variety of places – national parks and sites, shopping centres, swimming pools, activity centres (bowling, cycling), cinemas, playgrounds, etc.
- Our community activities include visiting libraries, galleries, museums and historical sites.
- Our programs and activities encourage personal development and enhance daily living skills.
- We aim at building skills in various areas.
- We aim to maximise independence and autonomy through developing and enabling educational, life and vocational skills of our service users.
Sports and Recreational Activities
- Our Centre-Based Day Programs are specifically designed to meet the cultural and linguistic needs of people with disability from CALD (culturally and linguistically diverse) communities. We also offer individualised support and expertise in a range of tailor-made activities. Our goal is to assist participants in developing positive interests and allow them to have a range of new and exciting experiences through these activities.
- We render various sports and recreational programs including, but not limited to:
- Culturally specific programs and activities, such as: cooking of ethnic dishes, outings or assisting our service users in exploring any other cultural interests, etc.
- Music and Singing
- Creative Arts and Craft
- Sports, e.g. table tennis, football, Frisbee, ball games, bowling, etc.
- Yoga and relaxation techniques
- Shopping and cooking
We also provide access to individual and group therapeutic support in a variety of forms that best suits the individuals.
- People with disability
- Aged between 18 – 65 years old
- The person is granted with National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) funding
The service fee is set in line with government recommendations. Each case will be considered on an individual basis. Thus, clients who are eligible but are unable to afford the fees are still able to receive services.
Local councils area of: Canterbury- Bankstown, Canada Bay, Parramatta, Ryde, Sydney, Cumberland, Fairfield, Georges River, Hornsby, Hunter’s Hill, Inner West, Kur-ring-gai, Liverpool, Mosman, Willoughby, Randwick, Strathfield, The Hills and Wentworth.
Find Out More
For more information, please visit: cassds.org.au/