KPSM Respite and Consulting – Improving Life, Your Way.
KPSM Respite and Consulting – your STA/Respite service provider, provides your whole experience (Accommodation, Activities, Food, Support) with everything included for NDIS participants.
At KPSM Respite and Consulting, the place you stay is completely your decision. They can organise NDIS STA/Respite near the Beach, City, Country or Mountains. Better still, you can select any one of Accessible Accommodation’s properties for your respite or STA.
KPSM work on a person-centred, strength-based approach built on years of experience working with people with mental health illnesses and disabilities.
Over the years they have found that something was missing from some respite services. Their aim is to improve the whole experience and have lots of fun along the way. Their activities can help build a number of skills including social skills needed for community participation, life skills such as cooking, steps to live more independently and much more.
KPSM believe STA/Respite should be more person-centred, that’s why they strive to give you as much control of your time with us as possible.
At KPSM Respite and Consulting, they care about you, and aim to give you the time of your life as well as memories that will last forever.
Australia is full of accessible travel options and KPSM will help you access all that there is to offer. For accessible travel ideas in Australia, CLICK HERE.
Contact KPSM Respite and Consulting – STA/Respite service provider via the enquiry form on this page.
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Tips On Travelling With A Disability – Part Two, where Leanne Watson shares tips and tricks on travelling with varying abilities could fill a 1000 page book I’m sure, and just when we think we had it all covered new technology would come out and so would new ideas. In the meantime, I, like others, use shared and newly created tips to help us get the most out of any experience.