Capacity building supports are those that help you to maintain your independence and build your skills. Improved living arrangements This capacity building support service will assist you to find and apply for accommodation. Whether you are sharing accommodation with someone else, or want to live independently, this support will help you to build the skills required to manage rental agreements, tenancy obligations and other accommodation-related responsibilities.
Recovery coaches will provide support to people with psychosocial disability to live a full and contributing life. People will be assisted to take more control of their lives and to better manage complex challenges of day to day living. Through strong and respectful relationships and skilled coaching, people will be supported to build capacity, including strengths and resilience. Recovery coaches will work collaboratively with people, their families, carers and supports to design, plan, implement and adjust a recovery plan.
We offer a range of active support options on an individual basis so you can try and learn new things, make new friends and get involved in your community. As per your goals, individual support might be provided at home or in the community. These supports will provide you with help to strengthen your ability to participate in your community.
To assist you in maintaining your independence at home which we acknowledge is different for everyone. We understand the value of doing things for yourself and we want to support you to be able to live independently. We deliver a combination of services that is tailored to support you and enable you to continue to do the things you love. Our service is all about increasing our participant independence, so you can achieve your goals and aspirations.
We provide supported independent living to people with a disability to enable participants to enjoy a place to call home whilst maintaining and building their independence. Supported independent living homes support a small group of four to five people. Supported independent living homes lets you enjoy the privacy of your own bedroom as well as shared spaces to give you companionship with people who have similar interest as you do.