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Practice Statement: Community Inclusion

Being in the community brings us into contact with people on many levels and in a variety of settings. Some of our contacts are casual (greeting a neighbour, chatting with a shopkeeper), while others are more formal (seeing the dentist, working with others on a job). Sometimes these contacts develop into closer relationships over time.

Practice Definition: Community Inclusion

What would be observed in practice:

  • People have contact with a broad range of people outside of Spectrum Care, including cultural and spiritual needs
  • Participation in the community results in meaningful interaction with other people, leading to enhanced personal relationships, expanded social roles and deeper involvement in community activities
  • Connections with family members, friends and co-workers are maintained and encouraged to allow more avenues for people to have a wide range of contacts and involvement within their local community
  • People have the opportunity, freedom and support to define what level of contact they want for themselves. No predetermined level of interaction is expected
  • People with limited experiences in meeting others have the opportunity and support to meet and interact with other people
  • Services do not limit opportunities to have contact with others, eg rostered hours are flexible to meet the needs of people supported

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Residential Staff

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Community Services

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Hub and Support Staff

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Managers and Coordinators

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