Bring Your Goals to Life
Lifebridge understands that your goals are the things that are important to you and what you want to achieve in your life. Some goals might be big and take some time to get there, while other goals may be small and short term. That is why we continue to redesign, update and improve our Social and Community Participation programs with 12 week modules.
As part of our continuous improvement program, at the end of each 12 week module, we will also gather feedback about how we went, what we could do better, what other activities should we include and if participants are happy with the quality of our service. It’s all about listening to what our customers want to achieve.
This feedback helps to improve our programs and improve the services we provide.
Here to Support you
Lifebridge is all about supporting people to break down their individual NDIS goals into achievable outcomes and steps that can be achieved within the timeframe of the plan. A goal is something a person wants to achieve such as:
Becoming more independent
Improving Health and Fitness
Socializing and making new friends
Job Ready or Volunteering
Learning Something New
Developing communications skills
Committed to your safety and wellbeing
Over the past 12 months, we have adapted our services to the new reality. Lifebridge is a registered NDIS service provider and COVID safe business. We are committed to delivering quality services, while doing everything possible to protect customers, staff and community. Our COVID Safe Plan provides clear directions and obligations under Public Health orders, to minimize risk of transmission of COVID-19 in all of our activities.
Social and Community Participation Program
The Lifebridge Social and Community Participation Programs are all about getting out and about, meeting new people and trying new things. The NDIS will fund reasonable and necessary supports in order for a person to pursue their goals and aspirations.
Every 12 weeks participants can choose another range of activities or continue with the activities they have been doing – it’s totally their choice.
Accessible Arts have two (2) modules that you can choose from and are made up of a large variety of different activities and projects that will allow you to learn different skills.
Our Accessible Arts modules are on multiple times a week and at various locations so you won’t miss out.
Active Life consists of five (5) different modules that can be chosen throughout the year and each module runs for three months so there is plenty of variety you can choose from. All including active ways to increase fitness, health and wellbeing.
Make yourself feel good in a fun way!
Our Job Ready Module will provide you with the resources and skills to learn various things that will prepare you for the time you decide you would like a job.
The skills you acquire will help with job seeking, as well as you general life, so the benefits are plenty..
Lifestyle consists of three (3) modules that both teach and inspire through participation in activities that encourage you to be more independent and to live a healthy life.
Music and Culture
Music and Culture presently consists of four (4) modules that each explore the therapeutic benefits and sometimes energizing activities related to music, film and culture.
You can participate actively, for example band practice or karaoke, or sit back and enjoy live music sessions or films.
Social Days contains five (5) modules that encourage interaction and fun activities with your friends and promotes friendships too.
Engage your mind, socialize and have fun in a supportive all-inclusive environment.
Reporting on your Goals
To assist you in your NDIS Plan reviews, we will also provide you with progress updates. These updates will allow you to demonstrate to the NDIS how you are progressing with your goals.
We will include a summary of supports provided to you; how the support has helped you to work towards your goals, any barriers that you may encountered during the plan period and adjustments made; risk identification and recommendation of additional supports, where required.