SOCIAL & FINANCIAL PARTICIPATION
AREAS OF NEED
People who suffer from these psychosocial disabilities may show reduced capacity in these areas:
If you identify with having one or more of these areas of need you may be eligible for more recovery coaching funding. Contact us to find out more.
Free meet and greet with one of our Psychosocial Recovery Coach professionals, exploring your life goals, NDIS plan as well as your options. If the meeting is successful, then the participant will sign a service agreement.
MEET AND GREET
Assess and review your plan to see how we can best utilise your funds to grow your capacity and support you best.
REVIEW OF NDIS PLAN
Hold a stakeholder meeting. Make an introduction with current allied health members. See how your progression is going in the different areas of NDIS and Health. Make and action a plan with clear roles.
Quarterly assessment and review of recovery plan. Complete reports to track the progression of goals and discuss next steps.
PLAN ASSESMENT AND REVIEW
Ongoing support through each goal and progressions. Modification of the plan if required.
SUPPORT AND REVIEW
Assistance and guidance through the whole admin and submission of documents for NDIS plan review process. Then in-person support, via phone call or online video call for the plan review or change of circumstances.
HOW TO GET STARTED
The NDIS has recently brought a new support item for participants with psychosocial disabilities who require ongoing daily support for their complex needs and challenges in their life.
The aim of a psychosocial recovery coach is to increase participants’ capacity in their social skills; financial independence; assistance towards NDIS Goals and assistance in the implementation of allied health plans.
These coaches will either have professional experience, personal experience or mixture of both. It is more hands on than support coordination and purely focuses on mental health to implement strategies for improvement.
ENGLUND CARE APPROACH
At Englund Care, our recovery coaches strive to be your go-to life coach.
We want to understand your needs at a deeper level to tailor our support to you. Our team of recovery coaches are kind, caring and have experience in caring and assisting people with psychosocial disabilities. We capture a holistic approach to care by looking at your strengths, environment, personality, spirituality, core values and preferences. At Englund care we promote you to engage in prioritising goals and striving to achieve them, building confidence in yourself and your life, assistance in motivation and building resilience.
Our Recovery Coaches focuses on supporting participants in implementing their plan by working in collaboration with the participants family, carers and their allied health workers. By doing this, our recovery coach team are successful in the implementation of the recovery plan in accordance with the NDIS.
Our goal is to build your capacity to be able to perform daily activities without further assistance. We strive to provide you the tools for self-regulation, building on your strengths as well as your weaknesses and work in harmony with allied health workers to provide you with a holistic network and team.
POST TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER
NDIS DEFINITION OF
The NDIS commission define psychosocial disability as ‘A mental health issue that affects peoples’ daily activities such as socialising or interacting with others in social settings, capacity to learn, capacity of self-care, or their capacity to fully participate in society.’
Here are some examples of psychosocial disabilities: