GROUP /CENTRE ACTIVITIES:
The benefits of group activities for Melbourne people with disabilities, both young and old, cannot be overstated. Participating in activities as a group improves their social skills and helps them deal with their surroundings. Reliance Care offers many programs geared towards providing NDIS members with a well-rounded experience.
Group activities Melbourne encompass a wide variety of programs and events designed to help clients achieve a more fulfilling and meaningful existence. Programs for social interaction and inclusion are tailored to each participant so that they can find their “place” in society and flourish there.
Participation in activities that combine adventure, enjoyment, and leisure with excellent health, benefits people of all ages and abilities. Together with local organizations, Reliance Care facilitates a variety of camps, classes, and other recreational opportunities for kids and adults. Tell us about yourself and what you’re interested in doing if you want to be a part of group or centre events. To guarantee that all of our members can take part, we tailor our entire group and centre activities to the specific requirements and aspirations of our members.
When it comes to encouraging interaction with others, Reliance Care’s Centre-based Activities and Groups are second to none. Staffed by helpers, these centre-based programs provide opportunities for individuals to develop their skills at their own pace.
Offering a variety of alternatives catered to different interests, Reliance Care’s group programs are updated frequently with new activities. Our programs are delivered to age groups of children ranging from 5-8 years old, 9-12 years old, and 13-16 years old while working with a skilled clinician and Support Staff in the centre- or group activities.
At Reliance Care, we encourage team building through a variety of employee-led and independently-selected events and groups, all to foster a more positive work environment and foster personal growth. Participants can choose to do their own thing, join in on moderated workshops, or do a bit of both.
Both in-house and outside events provide clients with a chance to get involved. They are also asked for input towards the scheduling of activities for the week. Participants are given the chance to develop important life skills and pursue personal passions through these programs.
The advantages of the NDIS
Participating in Group Activities helps participants build mental, emotional, and physical capacities that will allow them to:
- Make friends and join social groups
- Learn more about the community around them and take advantage of the resources available.
- Stimulate the development of novel abilities and passions
- Employment and education enrolment participation
- Take your life into your own hands and stop depending on others
All of Reliance Care’s NDIS-related events and outings are tailor-made to meet the specific requirements of each participant. All participants are assessed and subsequently given individualized plans of action. These interventions can take the form of both individual and group activities designed to improve their abilities and health. Within the framework of the NDIS, we offer assistance in gaining entry to various care and service programs. Our clients are more likely to achieve meaningful progress and maintain their health when assisted by trained support staff.
Reliance Care And Support has been established in response to local community demand for culturally informed, and disability support services in the Victoria region.
Reliance Care and Support’s services include:
Individual and Group Community Participation activities, including supported shopping, medical appointments, sporting and recreational events, social activities, visiting or making new friends, travel and building confidence and social skills. Assistance with life stage transitions and skill development, including assistance with accommodation and tenancy obligations, as well as budgeting, mentoring, peer support, individual skill development, and decision making to support people to make transitions on their own terms and in a way that meets their goals and aspirations.