General Life Skills Development
We have learned to recognize and comprehend the level of complexity experienced by individuals with disabilities when addressing everyday tasks and activities via our years of experience in the disability and community sectors. We can offer training and development in a variety of areas, including:
such as showering, toileting, and personal care
such as shopping for groceries and planning for and preparing a healthy meal
such as housework, laundering of clothes, and addressing maintenance issues or repairs
such as planning your journey, accessing public transport and
Numeracy, literacy, and financial management skills development?
Our specialists can help you get the skills and independence you need to handle your finances, such as opening a bank account and developing a budget.
We can improve your communication and independent living abilities by working on your numeracy and reading.
Individual life and personal skills development
We recognize the special obstacles that people with disabilities confront in terms of personal and interpersonal skills.
Furthermore, we recognize the difficulties that parents, family members, and caregivers experience in dealing with topics such as social skills, sexuality, interpersonal connections, emotion control, and personal safety.
We offer programs to help you and your family or caregivers navigate these challenges as they happen, as well as adopt methods to improve your ability to manage them in the future.
Training for parents and carers
We recognize that being a parent or caregiver is a full-time, high-stress job that places considerable demands on a person's time, energy, and resources. We can help parents and caregivers get the skills, information, and understanding they need to manage both their daily lives and longer-term circumstances.
We can provide information and help about managing challenging behaviors, personal care, and mealtime support in collaboration with parents and carers.
We can also help parents handle episodic concerns including transitioning into, out of, and back into school settings, as well as transitioning out of the family home and into independent or group-based living conditions.