Development of Life Skills
Sunrise2Sunrise staff prioritise the fostering of existing skills and development of new skills to facilitate our clients to enjoy the opportunities available to them. We acknowledge that a person’s skillset is crucial to their sense of identity. Sunrise2Sunrise will work with clients to best utilize their skills in accomplishing meaningful goals and health outcomes. New skills can be introduced to enhance the quality of life experienced by our clients, opening opportunities in independence and contributing to family life at home.
Existing skills are promoted by motivating staff working with clients to design routines that allow their particular skillset to be used regularly. New skills are introduced to accommodate clients long term goals and wants/needs. Sunrise2Sunrise uses a social support model in where the support worker facilitates clients to experiment and improve skills via participation in all aspects of life.
Sunrise2Sunrise utilizes a multidisciplinary team to document and track the achievement of client goals as guided by the National Disability Insurance Agency. Dedicated management works with the clients, support worker and stakeholders to determine best practices in developing new skills and introduction of new skills.
Whether taking part in daily life in the home, personal ambitions or exploring meaningful hobbies, the practice and improving of individuals skills are important in generating a sense of pride and belonging in their communities.