The Skills Development Program is designed to assist NDIS participants particularly those leaving high school, but also older participants to develop their executive functioning skills. The goal is to make it easier for them to learn and develop the skills necessary to take care of themselves and find meaningful paid or volunteer work in the future. The program will be developed and implemented by a team of Allied Health Professionals.
The first stage of the program will involve a range of activities including:
- A strength and conditioning program to develop core muscle strength and endurance.
- A mindfulness program to support attention and concentration
- Meaningful and productive community based work experience
- Basic domestic duties and life skills.
All of which are designed to ensure clients receive a repetitive and well-rounded range of transferable skills.
The second stage of the program will introduce longer and more repetitive skills in a workplace environment.
When: Monday to Friday during school terms
Frequency: Participants can choose to attend 1 or multiple days per week.
Where: The Play Project Program Room, 8/3 Orr St, Yarrawonga
Dates for 2020:
Term 1: 29 January - 5 April 2020
Term 2: 23 April- 28 June 2020
Term 3: 15 July- 20 September 2020
Term 4: 7 October- 20 December 2020
Holiday Programs: Available during School Holidays (not overlapping with The Play Project Camps/Retreats and other Holiday Programs facilitate by The Play Project Therapy Services).
The Skills Development Program is a specialised individual program that is tailored to the needs of each participant. However, this is a sample program outline to help guide your decisions.
|Activity 1||Strength and conditioning program targeting individual goals.|
|Activity 2||Meaningful and productive community based work experience|
|Activity 3||Basic domestic duties and life skills / work experience|
|Activity 4||A mindfulness program to support attention|
Please Contact the Play Project for a customised quote or for more information regarding the program
[email protected] or 0439 485 500