Connections (previously MyConnections+)
Participants are matched with a support worker to help them achieve their goals. The focus is on supporting people to maintain and increase their wellbeing and live well in the community. In the northern region the program also provides some groups to assist people further develop their living skills. After June 2020, Connections may be able to take referrals other than those who transition from PIR, PHaMS and D2DL.
Connections provides person centred, flexible, outreach support. Participants are matched with a support worker to help them achieve their goals. The focus is on supporting people to maintain and increase their wellbeing and live well in the community.
In the northern region the program also provides some groups to assist people further develop their living skills.
Qualified support workers assist people to achieve their goals including:
• Finding and keeping a home
• Social experiences, skills and connections
• Day to day living skills
• Finances and budgeting
• Work skills and goals
• Study skills and goals
• Staying healthy and fit
• Increasing confidence, strengths and self-esteem.
Who this service is for
Connections supports adults who were accessing PHaMs, PIR and D2DL up until June 2019, who have applied for NDIS, and been found not to meet NDIS access criteria, and who have barriers to functioning independently in the community.
Free on street parking
Disabled access and parking
How this service is delivered
Meetings can be at our offices
Call or visit us online
We are happy to communicate by phone, text or email.
We'll come to you (outreach)
We can meet people in their homes or an agreed place in the community.
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