"My son acquired a brain injury through an accident when he was 10 years of age. He is now an adult and depends on continual support and high care around the clock. As a young person, life with disabilities has been extremely challenging for him.
Quality Lifestyle Support have taken the stress away from my family, as we were unable to provide the necessary high care that he requires on a seven day week basis. They assist my son with living in his own home, ensuring that he can have a close family involvement. Quality Lifestyle Support also assist him in pursuing his own interests and assist him to be involved in community outings and events that he chooses.
Quality Lifestyle Support have endeavoured to match support workers who are compatible with my son and he is now supported by people who understand his care requirements and who are suitably trained for his care.
Quality Lifestyle Support are flexible in accommodating my son’s ever-changing needs. They are compassionate in their approach, and he is treated with respect and patience. I highly recommend their services."

Leanne H, Toowoomba

Resources

Here is a list of some quality resources that Quality Lifestyle Support think that may be of use to you in your research.

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Australia was a founding member of the United Nations and played a prominent role in the negotiation of the UN Charter in 1945. Australia was also one of eight nations involved in drafting the Universal Declaration.

This link details the rights of all people throughout the world in accordance with the United Nations. http://www.un.org/en/documents/udhr/

Convention of Rights of Persons with Disabilities

In 2008, the Australian Federal Government ratified the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.

This link details the full rights of people with the impact of disabilities in their lives in accordance with the United Nations. http://www.un.org/disabilities/convention/conventionfull.shtml

Michael Kendrick Consulting International

Michael Kendrick PhD has been working in the human services field for over two decades, in a wide variety of roles. He currently consults with governments, service provider organisations and individuals on a global level in the field of disabilities, with the aim of improving the lives of all people with the impact of a disability in their lives. Part of this is making people aware that there are better options out there for all people and that people with a disability should not be subject to anything less than would be appropriate for the average citizen.

Michael frequently visits Australia and numerous other countries as a consultant and seminars have proven to be invaluable to many, many people.

This link gives people access to numerous publications and information that may assist in providing better services and better outcomes for all. http://www.kendrickconsulting.org

Department of Communities (Queensland)

This link is to the Queensland Government’s Department of Communities, Disability website. http://www.communities.qld.gov.au/disability

Department of Human Services (Australian Federal Government)

This link is to the Federal Government’s Department of Human Services, Disability website. http://www.humanservices.gov.au/customer/themes/people-with-a-disability

The Declaration of the Rights of the Child

This link details the full rights of children throughout the world in accordance with the United Nations. http://www.un.org/cyberschoolbus/humanrights/resources/child.asp

Future Forums Project

At a meeting of the Community Services Futures Forum in March 2011, it was agreed to develop a green paper around how the sector could work better together in the face of significant and unprecedented change in the state and national community service environment. Download the PDF document here; Future Forums Project

Disability Care Australia

This link to Disability Care Australia is to assist people in understanding the changes that are occurring in relation to supporting people with the impact of a disability in their lives. It contains information and news for families, carers, support providers and most importantly, people with disabilities. http://www.disabilitycareaustralia.gov.au/