At SSO, we use online activities focusing on co-operation and communication-based games to help build meaningful relationships and accomplish personal or NDIS developmental goals. Our games and activities prioritise teamwork, problem solving and social development and can be targeted to all sorts of support or developmental needs.
We deliver 1 on 1 or group sessions with Support Workers to help people grow, thrive and develop in a safe and comfortable space.
Some of the common NDIS goals or developmental needs our service helps with:
Developing communication skills
Maintaining positive relationships
Engaging in a community
Improving age appropriate social skills
De-escalation and anger management
At Social Support Online we place value in ensuring our staff are qualified and capable of delivering support to the highest standard. Our employees go through a rigorous vetting process to guarantee we maintain a friendly, professional and well-trained team.
All of our support workers have the following qualifications:
Child Safe Environments training
State Relevant Working with Children Check
State Relevant Disability Services Employment Check
First Aid Certificate
We also encourage additional training to ensure our support workers can offer service of the highest level:
Positive Behaviour Support
Management of Actual or Potential Aggression (MAPA)
Understanding Autism and Effective Strategies Training (AutismSA)
At SSO, we believe that children, young people and those with disabilities thrive in a safe, nurturing environment that is responsive to their individual needs for development or healing. By building relationships based on trust, respect and reliability, anyone can be supported to build connections with peers, safe adults and the community. As they grow in self-confidence and develop resilience, our clients can aspire for a meaningful, fulfilling and self-determining future.
Our Promises to Clients
You can trust that we will care about you and your needs. We will do what we say and always follow through.
We will be open and non-judgmental when interacting with you. We will accept who you are, all the differences that make you unique and consider your needs when making decisions.
We will encourage you to explore new ideas and strive to be the best version of yourself that you can be. We will seek to continuously improve our services for children, young people and those with disabilities.
Give you a voice:
We will make sure there are lots of ways for you to have a say, to be involved in sharing your thoughts and ideas about things that affect you, and to be heard when you have something you want to say.
We will operate in a reliable, honest and transparent manner.
Ph. 0458 075 190