Recovery Coaching

NDIS Recovery Coaching Covering Tasmania, Queensland, NSW, Victoria and South Australia

NDIS Recovery Coaching
What does a Recovery Coach do?
  • Help participants develop personal goals for health, independence, and quality of life
  • Assist participants in developing an NDIS support plan that meets their specific needs and aspirations
  • Provide support for the development of skills that enhance independence, daily living, and community participation
  • Support participants’ health and well-being by coordinating healthcare and promoting healthy lifestyles
  • Life Transition Assistance
  • Family and Carer Support

Qualified NDIS Recovery Coaching Tasmania, Queensland, NSW, Victoria and South Australia

Our NDIS recovery coaching focuses on assisting participants on their journey to recovery, empowerment and achieving desired outcomes. This can include support related to physical health, mental health, daily living skills and community participation.

At Perigon Care and Support Solutions, we understand that each person’s journey to recovery is unique. Our team of experienced professionals collaborates with participants to develop personalised support plans. This plan covers a variety of goals, including physical health, emotional well-being, and community integration.

Perigon Care and Support Solutions recognises the importance of a holistic approach to care. By fostering strong networks and partnerships, we ensure that participants receive comprehensive and coordinated support to address their physical, mental and social well-being.

We recognise that wellbeing is multifaceted. Our team not only treats symptoms of mental health problems or addiction but also considers broader aspects of a person’s life, including social relationships, lifestyle and personal interests.

Recovery coaching involves holding individuals accountable for their goals while providing ongoing motivation and support. Coaches help individuals stay on track and overcome obstacles that may arise during the recovery process.

Recovery Coaching

What Can You Expect From Your Psychosocial Recovery Coaching?

Psychosocial recovery coaching is a supportive and collaborative process that aims to assist participants in their mental health recovery journey. This form of coaching focuses on the psychosocial aspects of well-being, which includes factors such as emotional, social and environmental elements.

Who will get recovery coach funding?

Generally, the funding for recovery coaches is included in the plans designed for those requiring psychosocial help. If a person is eligible for the NDIS, they can include recovery coaching as part of their individualised support plan.

What qualifications do recovery coaches have?

When you are looking for an NDIS recovery coach, you should find out how much experience and training they have. You want to know that they can help you as best as possible. It’s not enough to just train with them; You also need to feel like they are the right teacher for you. And for that, our team is the most suitable team for you.

Who will get recovery coach funding?

Funding for recovery coaching can be available to individuals who meet certain criteria and are seeking support in their recovery journey. Those who are NDIS participants and have plans that include specific funding for recovery training or support coordination are eligible to receive therapy.

What are the types of recovery coaches?

At Perigon Care and Support Solutions, Recovery coaching is a diverse field, and different types of recovery coaches may specialise in different areas to meet the unique needs of individuals in recovery.

For example, Mental Health Recovery Coaches, we provide support, coping strategies, and resources for individuals managing mental health conditions.

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Enhance Well-Being with Perigon Care and Support Solutions

If you or a loved one requires NDIS Recovery Coaching services, don’t hesitate to contact us. Our compassionate team is here to answer your questions, discuss specific care needs, and provide the intensive support required for improved well-being.

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