Communication is a human right, and when there are barriers to being able to communicate your wants, your needs, your choices and goals, this can lead to many overwhelming feelings of anxiety, frustration, anger and stress.
We work to understand your needs and to help you communicate these.
We know that people living with disability are often silenced, and we want to ensure you are not further silenced by hearing you, listening to you, and understanding what is going on in your world.
We welcome families insight, for families often hold crucial information that helps us develop the best strategies and interventions.
We also educate your support networks to build them to understand how to help you communicate, and support you to have true choice and control over your life. We know how important it is for your support network to be able to self regulate themselves, in order to be able to provide the best support to you.
We see behaviour as a strength, a way that a person expresses their feelings, to be able to communicate what they need to. We will work with this strength.
We will do our best to hear you, to listen to you.