Our youth support staff can deliver services in a variety of settings such as out of home care, home-based support, community support, recreation, supervised family access, and supported transport. Our skilful employees maintain the relevant requirements and registrations including:
- Certificate IV in Youth Work or above
- First Aid Level 2 and CPR
- National and International Police Checks
- Working with Children Check
- Victorian driver’s licence
- Medication Administration trained
- Food Safety trained
Accessibility for Hearing Impaired and CALD clients.
Integrated Support Personnel (ISP) aims to be an inclusive and accessible organization to all clients and staff who enter our service. At present our staff support English, Greek, and Italian languages, but unfortunately, we are not able to have full-time interpreters for all hearing impaired and Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) members of our community. However, with prior notice, we can organise an alternate form of communication to suit your needs (interpreter, video call, TTY etc.). If you or someone you represent requires accessibility assistance, please contact ISP via your preferred method and we will endeavor to accommodate your needs.