We believe passionately in the power of a connected community and that everyone has the right to live enriched lives.
MAP provides services to people with disability in their homes, the community and socially. These might include personal care, domestic assistance, appointments, managing the household and attending social engagements.
You choose how you want to engage and interact, and MAP finds the right people to support you on that journey.
MAP offers Supported Independent Living options for people with disability that require housing and support full-time. MAP will work with you to create a vibrant, secure, comfortable environment that reflects your personality.
We believe that everyone deserves to live a fulfilled and enriched life.
MAP works closely with individuals to secure Medium Term Accommodation that enables them to live safely and securely whilst waiting for the transition to long-term housing solutions.
Options are explored, and the best match for housing and support is developed around your needs and wants.
MAP Support Coordination services are delivered by a diverse team of individuals with a range of expertise, knowledge and lived experience. They will work with you to identify the right mix of supports and assist you in engaging the right providers and services based on your circumstances, needs and preferences.
MAP offers Specialist Support Coordination to people with more complex needs. The focus is on reducing complexity in the support environment and helping to overcome immediate and significant barriers. Our specialist support coordinators identify and understand the obstacles impacting an individual’s ability to access, use and maintain their support, leading them to find and try solutions to address these barriers.
A recovery coach provides people with a psychosocial disability a more targeted service and assists with developing their personal recovery plan. Our Recovery Coaches have lived experience and a better understanding of mental health challenges within a recovery-oriented practice. They are there to help you plan for the good days and the bad days.
MAP offers short term accommodation and respite in the stunning Barossa Valley. Our short-term accommodation and respite service provides the comforts of quality hotel accommodation in a private home, supported by experienced, caring staff. The MAP team will work with you to plan your stay including, how long you will stay, what support you may need during your stay and what activities you would like to be involved in. You can choose to relax and unwind or immerse yourself in the endless adventures available.
MAP can also provide alternative options for short term accommodation and respite. A change of environment might be all you need for you and your informal supports to relax and recharge.
People are social by nature, and a disability makes no difference.
Being social staves off loneliness, increases wellbeing, sharpens memory and cognitive skills and creates a sense of happiness, belonging, purpose and connection.
MAP’s mission is to reduce social isolation and loneliness our social activities are created to bring people together. Connection is key!