All About Clear Sky Australia
Clear Skies Ahead
CSA is a boutique Disability Service Provider specialising in delivering person centred and inclusive supports to individuals with a disability in the Newcastle and Hunter Region.
CSA's main area's of service include: NDIS funded Supported Independent Living (SIL), and Community Participation Services.
CSA also offer supports in: Life transition planning, mentoring, peer support and individual skill development and training in both group and individual settings.
Clear Sky Australia provide an individual focused and dynamic service, tailored to support and facilitate achieving service users individual goals. CSA utilise a unique non-centre based approach to enhance local community connections and emphasise opportunity and inclusion in the service users community.
What we do
Assistance with Community Participation
Our range of supports are a great way to meet new people, try new activities and experiences. It’s up to you what you’d like to get involved in. We will work with you to design a program that you will enjoy and works towards your goals.
A few of the activities we suggest are things like:
Sport and exercise
Keep active by joining you local gym, sports team, enjoy swimming, nature or even learn to surf!
Hanging out and make new friends at Clear Sky Australia, enjoying the local clubs and pubs, see a band or some live music and other local events in your community.
Connect with your community by joining a community group or a sports club.
Take a trip or holiday!
Supported Independent Living (SIL)
Our Supported Independent Living (SIL) services, not only provide you with a secure and comfortable home. They can also help you:
Stay healthy and safe
Improve social and relationship skills
Get involved in new activities and experiences
Access the local community and events
Develop life skills and further independence
Short Term Accommodation (STA)
At Clear Sky Australia (CSA) we want to ensure our that short term accommodation is used, not only to have fun and have a break, but to also focus on goals, skill development and independence.
STA with CSA focuses on improving skills or also learning new skills in household tasks such as:
Domestic tasks within the home
Attending social events or activities
How to incorporate exercise and healthy eating into independent life
Work Experience and Employment
Whether you want to work independently on the open market or need a bit of support while at work, we can help. By accessing our finding and keeping a job services, we can connect you with a variety of businesses throughout Australia for both work experience and potential employment.
At Clear Sky Australia (CSA) has partnered up with Ariel Coordination's founder Kate Maslen. After starting as a support worker, Kate found her passion for the disability community, where she worked in Case Management, Support Coordination and then established Ariel Coordination.
Kate's leap into the the world of support coordination came after she recognised a gap in the Newcastle and Hunter region for proactive coordinators. Sick of seeing no change, she decided to be that change. It is with her passion and years of experience within the disability sector that she continues to support each of her participants to lead fulfilling lives.
In her free time Kate is also the co-founder of the Ariel App, a mobile application that will improve access to information, as well as enhance social and community participation, for people living with a disability.