At Midwest Community Living Association we see every person as an individual capable of enjoying an everyday life, to their fullest potential, with the right supports. Our range of therapeutic supports are designed to compliment your existing formal and/or informal supports to help increase your independence and make your everyday life easier.
All challenging behaviours happen for a reason, when we understand these reasons we can really make a positive impact on the quality of life and wellbeing of people experiencing these behaviours. Our NDIS registered Behaviour Support Practitioner uses a person centred approach to engage with people with disability and their support network to develop proactive strategies to eliminate or reduce behaviours considered unsafe, inappropriate or challenging.
Our approach is inclusive and our mission is to improve the quality of life for people with challenging behaviour. We respectfully partner with families/carers, support workers, support agencies, other therapeutic support providers and stakeholders to complete a functional assessment, develop and implement a tailored behaviour support plan. A behaviour support plan will lead to improved relationships, allowing for better participation in all areas of life and an increased sense of independence.
Contact us if you have ‘Improved Relationships’ funding in your NDIS plan and would like to discuss how we can work together to help you improve your overall quality of life.
We are currently recruiting for a full-time Occupational Therapist to provide quality support to help you build capacity to achieve your goals and participate in daily life to your fullest potential.
Contact us to find out more or to register your interest for Therapeutic Supports.