A specialized course under Humanities , Social Science and Education

About the Course – Disability Services

The disability services course aims to equip students with skills to provide support and training to disable people in community-based and residential settings. The motto of disability services is to make a difference to the lives of the people you work with, help them be independent along with  increasing their quality of life.

 To successfully work in the field of disability services, you will require skills and knowledge to facilitate the empowerment of people with disabilities, provide individualized support, and provide person-centered services. The program aims to broaden the professional opportunities for graduates. It will enable you to assist people living with disabilities to participate in all aspects of their everyday life. This could include supporting people with disabilities in their educational, economic, recreational and social participation, and to be recognized as valued members of their local communities. If you wish to work with people living with disabilities in both residential, community, and health care settings, this course is ideal for you.


Career Prospect

The welfare and community services sector is one of the fastest-growing sectors across the world and is expected to continue growing. One will be equipped to provide support and training to people with disabilities. You’ll be able to help them to be more independent and self-reliant in community-based and residential settings. After graduation, you will have employment options in residential group homes, day respite centers, open employment services, other community settings. In particular, the course is focused on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and its application across the globe.

Career Opportunity

  • Behavioral support officer
  • Disability support officer/worker
  • Integration aide
  • Development officer
  • Residential care officer
  • Senior personal care assistant
  • Disability employment coordinator
  • Social educator
  • Job coordinator
  • Local area coordinator
  • Adult training services worker
  • Advocate
  • Recreational services officer

Course Available by Providers

The courses are generally provided at the graduate certificate, diploma, and bachelors.

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