We are a team of NDIS registered professionals who work together to provide a network of support that helps people feel empowered, achieve positive outcomes and live their best lives.
As members of our team of professionals, our NDIS registered Developmental Educators can help you develop your skills to increase your independence, become connected with your community and achieve your goals.
You can visit our team at our offices in Salisbury and Wayville or we can visit you at your home, school, community centre or any place that is best for you.
As members of your team, we will work with you, your families and networks to ensure you feel supported.
Developmental Educators support people living with disability to achieve independence by:
That align with strengths and needs and include measurable goals.
Supporting independence and socialisation including social, self-help, and daily living skills through one-on-one education.
Positive reinforcement, behaviour modification and sensory regulation for people with challenging behaviours.
Such as occupational therapists, speech pathologists and psychologists.
Offering strategies and resources for managing behaviours, communication and daily living tasks, along with emotional support and advocacy for families and caregivers of people with developmental disabilities.
Our team will visit you to discuss your goals and how we can work together.
Together, we will create plan to achieve your goals.
Together, we will take steps to achieve your goals and continue to monitor how things are going and support you, to make the most of every day.
If there is currently no availability for a service, you can join the waitlist to be informed when space becomes available.
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"Baptist Care SA has helped me get things done and use my NDIS funding better."
"I love working with the young people in our programs and supporting them to unlock their true potential."
"What I love most about Baptist Care SA is their support workers. They’ve helped unlock my potential."
"With support from Baptist Care SA, I can live on my own and take care of myself."
"I love working at Baptist Care SA. We provide great service. I feel I contribute to supporting our clients get great outcomes."
"There’s something special about my Behaviour Support Practitioner, Marco. He is very gentle."
"My son has Down Syndrome and lives independently with support from Baptist Care SA. I don’t worry about him because I know he is happy and being taken care of."
"I’m proud to work for Baptist Care SA—the people are genuine and truly listen and care."
"There is no greater joy than seeing people’s independence and confidence grow as you support them to reach their goals."
"I feel like I make a real difference in the lives of my clients."
Baptist Care SA provides Developmental Education for children aged 7 and above.
Yes. Baptist Care SA Developmental Educators can visit clients at schools and work with parents and teachers to provide support.
Yes, Baptist Care SA’s Disability Team works collaboratively to support our clients.
Higher levels of support to live independently in your own home or one of ours, by yourself or with other NDIS participants, with the option of having a Support Worker stay overnight.
Promoting positive behaviour, reducing behaviours of concern and improving overall quality of life.
Promoting improved health and wellbeing through participation in meaningful day-to-day activities.
Baptist Care SA, lives, works and walks on Kaurna, Permangk and Boandik lands. We acknowledge Aboriginal people as the state’s first peoples, recognise their traditional ownership, and respect their cultural heritage, beliefs, deep connection and continued guardianship of land and waters. We value the contributions of Elders past and present, and are committed to learning from those emerging.