Supportive plus can cover assistance with activities that will build and improve independence. Support types that you may be able to access under the categories shown below include experiences that will help you improve your ability to interact and participate in your surrounding community. Some of the examples of these activities include: Sports coaching, camps, attending classes, vacation activities. In addition to this, it also covers, having a support worker assist you to participate in social and community activities.
It is one of the support categories under Core support. It has been observed that addressing and encouraging community participation and its inclusion for people with disability typically has significant benefits. But before we move on to understanding the benefits it is important to note, that if you are an NDIS participant and you have been approved of support and assistance category then it can greatly benefit you in the following ways:
Supportive plus can lead to improved wellbeing outcomes for people with disability and others about health and life satisfaction outcomes.
It can lessen longer-term care and support costs for people with disability and it may prevent people who have modest disability care and support needs from needing more costly levels of care and support.
It can help them in boosting their self-confidence and personality.
People who have a disability at a slightly lower level can help them in the reduction of support.
For example1. Supportive Plus can support people interact and move independently without any support. They don’t have to rely on others to shop or interact on their behalf.