DISABILITY SERVICES

DISABILITY SERVICES


How can we help?

Here at Centre for Resolution, we aim to provide a service that helps those with disabilities in both their personal and work life. To enable people with disabilities, we supply professionals who can advocate, consult, mentor, coach and mediate. This wide range in skill set allows Centre for Resolution to implement effective strategies and work alongside their client to boost confidence/self esteem.

Centre for Resolution’s disability services are here to support individuals who have a disability, their families, friends, teachers, employers and carers. Our services are tailor-made and can be delivered in a wide range of community settings.  

Centre for Resolution empowers people with disabilities by giving them the space to speak about the support they need and want. We ensure you are treated fairly and are given the same opportunities as everybody else. 

We aim to create an inclusive workplace, promote diversity and remove barriers in which people with a disability face. In doing so we will create more opportunities for people with a disability and together build towards a more integrated society.
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Benefits of Centre for Resolution’s services for people with disabilities

  • Helps to break down barriers to employment
  • Motivates and inspires people to higher goals and greater ambitions
  • Disability pride
  • Improved self-advocacy skills
  • Clearer understanding of disability rights
  • Increased independent living skills
  • Improved confidence and self-esteem
  • Better communication and engagement in the comunity
  • Gives choice, autonomy and options
  • Healthier relationships with family, friends and others
  • Seeking job or volunteering opportunities
  • Helps people to continue in education
  • Advice and guidance
  • Empowers people we work with
  • Gives people a chance to be heard
  • Gives people control of their support
Centre for Resolution prides itself on providing valuable support to people with disabilities. 

REALISE, REACT, RESOLVE!


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