Building community connections will increase friendships and connections that can help you to transition into whatever role you choose.
Being part of community will promote a sense of achievement and give you self-respect and independence and contribute to better physical and mental health.
“I’m spending less time at home now and more time out with my friends socialising” Luke, 33.
Our objective is to assist our participants to connect with service providers who will enable them to have greater choice and control about their daily needs.
We encourage our customers to explore new interests and opportunities and help them to overcome the anxiety of becoming more independent.
Our customers are in charge – we will simply be there to listen to what they want to accomplish and help them to find those pathways.
We will help our customers to look within their already established networks to find their own paths and we will help them to explore possibilities and alternatives that will work with them and their families and carers.