Forge Disability ServicesAbout Forge Further developing a range of skills and experiences once the school structure ends is vitally important. Forge services are specifically designed for young adults from 18-25 years and provide a fresh, safe and fun atmosphere aiming to support the transitioning from school life into the next stage. The Forge program supports participants by offering a wide range of social and individual activities in the purpose built centre, home or the community. Forge offers: • Group programs, focusing on: -lifelong learning, -health & wellbeing, -community access, -socialisation• Individual supports which work toward the achievement of personal goals;• Short Term Accommodation in a purpose built facility which encourages independence and learning for daily living. . More Information Easy to Read Documents From the 1st July 2019, the NDIA introduced Temporary Transformation Payment pricing (TTP). Forge by St Anthony’s are required to follow some TTP requirements set out in the NDIS price guide including publishing our prices on the website. Please find on the link below the Forge price guide. Temporary Transformation Payment (TTP) NSW Voluntary Out-of-Home Care provider St Anthony's Family Care is a registered NSW Voluntary out-of-home care provider. Please see information for families through the link below. NSW Voluntary out-of-home care Please contact us on (02) 9747 5782 to start the conversation or email us at [email protected] . . Forge Disability Services Programs Individual Care Short Term Accommodation Forge News Main Site Individual Care Care-At-Home & Community Access Services Forge individualised supports are centred around goal driven care for 18-25 year olds. We cater to a range of goals including, social & community participation health & wellbeing lifelong learning for daily living We match our participants with potential supports based on interests and skills.We offer individualised programs in a range of potential settings including Care-At-Home and Community Access services.. Individual examples may include: • Life long learning • Innovative ideas based on the child or young adult and their environment • Individualised programs designed with the participant and family eg. -Independent daily living (meal preparation) -Personal needs -Grocery shopping and making lists -Community Access -Sport -Budgeting and managing money • Assistance within the home • Assistance with grocery shopping and delivery • Access to resources: outdoor equipment, games and activities Please contact us on (02) 9747 5782 to start the conversation or email [email protected] “During this constantly, and rapidly, evolving time SAFC staff have been outstanding in their communication with us and have been as accommodating as possible to ensure that we have continued service. This has never been at the expense of our safety, or that of our beloved son or SAFC staff. Thank you for your adaptability and understanding. Our decision to use SAFC as a service provider in 2014 is one that we have never regretted”–Parent 2021 Looking for Group Programs?