As a Supports Coordinator you will help individuals reach greater independence and quality of life by obtaining community supports to assist with a range of life skills, work and community skills, training and experiences.
Supports Coordinators meet with individuals and their families in the home, office and community to review their strength and need areas, and to develop an Individual Support Plan. They explain what different services offer and assist individuals by requesting funding for services. Supports Coordinators are a link between the individual and their family and the service providers.
As a Supports Coordinator you can witness the successes of the individuals you support and share in the gratification of helping individuals live a fulfilling, productive life.
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