At Hands on People, we understand that social inclusion is an essential part of our clients’ overall well-being. Social connections can help people living with disabilities to feel a sense of belonging, increase their self-esteem, and improve their mental health. That’s why we make it our priority to NDIS support our clients in building and maintaining meaningful connections within their community.
Here’s how we help our national disability insurance scheme clients with social inclusion:
Personalised NDIS Plans
We work with our clients to create personalised NDIS plans that reflect their unique needs, interests and goals. Our plans are design to ensure our clients have the supports and services they require to participate in community activities and events. This can include transportation to community events, social groups and sporting activities.
Our NDIS support workers are dedicated to helping our clients navigate the complex NDIS system. They work with our clients to understand their individual goals and needs, and then provide them with the necessary support to access the services and support they need to participate in their community.
We support our clients to connect with local community services, organisations, and events. We encourage and help them to participate in activities that interest them, such as art classes, sports clubs, and social groups. Our team also assists our clients to develop new friendships and support networks within the community.
We provide our clients with training and support to develop the skills they need to engage in social activities and make meaningful connections with others. This can include communication skills, social skills, and self-advocacy skills.
We recognise that families play an essential role in supporting their loved ones with disabilities. That’s why we offer family support services to ensure that families have the necessary resources and knowledge to support their family member’s social inclusion.
Want to know more?
Email or contact our friendly team at Hands on People today. Call our Engagement Officer on 0466 041 890 or 08 7915 4555 to discuss how we can help you access the NDIS programs you need and are eligible to receive.