The Community Living Project (CLP) is a family led organisation based in metropolitan Adelaide in South Australia. CLP supports people with a disability to access the good things of life in their local community.
CLP works with one person at a time, in partnership with their family and friends, to build opportunities for inclusion through access to home, relationships and valued roles. CLP helps people to take control of their own support and to make decisions in how their funding and support is managed.
CLP also provides opportunities for people with a disability to establish their own small business through the Micro Enterprise Project. The project has been funded in South Australia by JF McLeod Benevolent Trust, DCSI and the Wyatt Trust.
This film is about the project.
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The Community Living Project has a focus on building strong relationships and circles of support for people with disability through their Circles Initiative.
The Community Living Project (CLP) is a family led organisation supporting people with a disability to access the good things of life in their local community.
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