Day Programs

People thrive when they’re given positive opportunities to learn, develop their skills and get involved with other people. By providing choice, flexibility and individualised support, our day program does just that.

Our day programs give people with disability the chance to gain practical life skills, find volunteering opportunities or supported employment, go to TAFE, learn about arts and crafts, develop friendships and get involved in the life of the community – to mention just a few examples.

We offer two models of support:

1. Centre Based with Community Access Program (a young person participates in a range of day activities at one/or more of our Centres and out in the community) or;
2. Individual Community Based Options (an individual designs their own program of activities in a range of local community settings).

Our day programs are designed to:

– meet the needs of individuals
– maintain and develop life skills and increase independence
– provide meaningful leisure, recreational, social and cultural activities
– provide opportunities for participation and inclusion in the local community
– develop friendships and support networks

We offer a wide range of activities including, but not limited to

– Shopping and cooking programs
– Volunteering opportunities
– Work experience
– Computer and iPad tuition
– Numeracy and literacy programs
– Gardening
– Art Therapy
– Travel Training
– Health related Programs
– Music Therapy and Dance
– Independent living skills training
– Social Outings and Recreational activities
– Sporting activities including bowling, swimming, tennis, golf

Contact Us or email to find out how we can support you.

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