Our community ! Understanding communities ! Dysfunctional communities ! Building better communities
  Understanding disability service organisations ! An alternative model ! Community research ! Community survey
About ScoreBoard 2000 ! About Rent scheduler ! About My Roster ! DOWNLOAD

Welcome to pSa

These pages are divided into two sections ...

Our community :
Community, disability and Disability Services :
The Disability Services sector is grounded in the theory of Social Role Valorisation (SRV) (that people with disability are institutionalised and our goal is to deinstitutionalise them).

These pages show that  ...
The more severe the disability, the more dependent the person is on support mechanisms to fulfill the persons needs.
Organisations that support people with disability often take an active role in intervention (in looking after people with high support needs), while the community takes on a more supportive role.

By understanding the roles of the Government, the community, institutions, organisations and service providers, the buildings and finally Social Role Valorisation (SRV), strategies and solutions can be found so the person has the opportunity to participate in activities and share experiences, develop permanent connections and relationships, and have valued roles within each community that he/she participates in.

Computer programs :
A number of programs are being developed that may or may not be usefull.

ScoreBoard 2000:
The program is designed to keep track of Club / Player game results for Australian Rules football.

Rent scheduler:
The program is designed to keep track of rent paid by one or more tenants in one or more properties.
Total rent due is calculated for any selected date, and total rent paid and balance owing is automatically updated.

My roster:
Not available (under development)

NOTE ....

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