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Connecting Abilities Program
Since 2014, KBHAC has been providing services to Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians with a disability, their families and carers.
This work started with our delivery of the Ability Links NSW program which is a program that aims to assist people with a disability to be valued and equal members of their communities and to help build a society where people with a disability enjoy inclusive lives in all spheres of community life.
Since 2019, KBHAC has been providing NDIS Registered Services.
Our Connecting Abilities Program’s services are strength based, culturally safe and trauma informed. We support you to live the life you want.
Our NDIS registered services include:
With you, our skilled team will help bring your supports and goals to life, ensuring you live independently and participate in community as feels best for you. We will help you select providers you want to work with and setup service agreements with them. We will regularly check-in with you to make sure your supports are working well or resolve any problems.
LIFE STAGE TRANSITIONS
The KBHAC team can help you move through important periods of change in your life or the life of the person you support. This may be a child starting school or young person entering secondary school. This could be a young person stepping into adulthood, entering the workforce or moving into independent accommodation. Or you may be an adult moving into your older years, making changes to support your changing needs.
LIVING SKILLS & HOUSEHOLD TASKS
Our focus is to support you to undertake everyday activities at home. We can assist with preparing meals, undertaking domestic chores, or engaging in social activities and hobbies. Alternatively, we can help develop your skills like cooking for yourself and others, menu planning, shopping, paying bills and other routines.
KBHAC will help keep you connected and included in your community. Whether you select one on one or group activities, this support provides the opportunity to get you out and about, connecting with recreational and learning opportunities. It can be everything from trying a new café, to learning a new craft or hobby. We also support linking to culture through our Men’s and Women’s Groups, and our Strong in Culture program.
LIVED EXPERIENCE MENTORS
Our Lived Experience Mentor (LEM) program is available to a person with a disability who is registered with the NDIS. We pair you with an appropriate lived experience mentor who has successfully navigated the service system. We also provide mentors for family members or carers of a person with a disability, who is accessing the NDIS.
PERSONAL ACTIVITIES SUPPORT
This service assists with daily personal activities, supporting a participant to live as independently as possible at home and in community. This can include supervision of personal daily tasks or support attendance at community activities.