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Recovery Coaching

Recovery Coaching your way of communicating? We get it.

Recovery Coaching has creativity at its heart, and we are there to support participants individual Recovery that they are the creator of. 

        Our Recovery Coaching is delivered online via chat and zoom as part of our targeting a generation more comfortable with online communications, transient and/or who may be harder to engage through more traditional formats. 

We believe communication and connection can work well with consistent relationship development and can be more effective at engaging with generations who have grown up communicating this way. 

What is a recovery coach?

  • A recovery coach can support you with your recovery.

  • Recovery means being able to live a purposeful and meaningful life.

A recovery coach is a NDIS funded worker that has mental health knowledge. A recovery coach will:

  1. spend time with you, and people important to you, to get to know you and understand your needs.

  2. help you to find out about different services and supports, and how these can help you.

  3. help you get support from mental health services.

  4. help you better understand the NDIS and support you with the NDIS.

  5. You can choose a recovery coach with lived experience. A recovery coach with lived experience has their own lived experience of mental ill health and recovery and are able to use this experience to inform their work.

  6. We value lived experience at Art Recovery Hub. We believe that when combined with intentional modelling, encouraging and working with someone who understands what it can be like and feel like, it helps create trust and fosters hope and a belief that Recovery is possible.

© National Disability Insurance Scheme Agency 2013

Support Coordination

We look after the detail so you can live your best life.

Support coordination helps you to make the best use of your supports in your plan. Support coordination is a capacity building support which helps you to:

  • Understand and use your NDIS plan to pursue your goals

  • Connect you with NDIS providers, community, mainstream and other government services

  • Build your confidence and skills to use and coordinate your supports.

A support coordinator delivers support coordination services. 

  1. Support connection – This support is to build your ability to connect with informal, community and funded supports enabling you to get the most out of your plan and pursue your goals.

  2. Support coordination – coordination of supports: This support will assist you to build the skills you need to understand and use your plan. A support coordinator will work with you to ensure a mix of supports are used to increase your capacity to maintain relationships, manage service delivery tasks, live more independently and be included in your community.

 

You may also wish to focus on a specific goal in your NDIS plan, such as those related to finding suitable home and living supports. You can use your support coordination funding to work with a support coordinator who has the skills, knowledge and experience to meet your specific needs.

© National Disability Insurance Scheme Agency 2013

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