Enabling Capacity Building for NDIS Participants
to live in the modern world
Building our ability to handle challenges is what sets us up for success
Everyone strives to be independent. Most of us succeed when we have other people in our lives who help us to achieve our goals.
We all need people around us to help us learn the skills, knowledge, actions, and confidence needed to succeed in our lives. This is the goal of capacity building.
People living with a disability need capacity building which is suited to their situation, their own abilities and to their desire to fully participate in their own lives.
We support NDIS participants to improve all aspects of their lives by helping them overcome those mental barriers which get in the way of their setting and achieving their own life goals and outcomes.
This ties in closely with the NDIS intention – of giving people with a disability more choice about how they live and more control over the decisions which affect their lives.
The NDIS Capacity Building budgets are designed to help NDIS participants learn, participate and become more independent.
We connect and work with these critical carers’ and support coordinators to assist participants handle and overcome the emotional and behavioural challenges of daily living.
We work with participants who have Self Managed Plans, or work with a Plan Manager.
We offer online sessions Australia wide.
We prefer face to face sessions in Croydon, for NDIS participants within Croydon, Ringwood, Ringwood North, Warrandyte, Bayswater, Mooroolbark, Lillydale, Mount Evelyn, Mitcham in Melbourne Southern Eastern regions.
I am Barbara. I am an experienced Capacity Builder for teenagers and adults who live with disability.
Each person might need different skills or knowledge to empower them to live their life to their fullest extent. This is what I do.
I am a qualified psychologist who practiced in Southern Africa.
In Australia, I am registered Strategic Psychotherapist and accredited Clinical Hypnotherapist .
People are facing more and more complex stressors and pressures in our modern world . NDIS participants have additional challenges as they manage their lives whilst living with their disability
I combine different therapeutic and developmental approaches to give NDIS participants a development plan which suits them specifically.
This means they are able to get quick, effective and lasting results as they build their own skills, abilities, confidence and knowledge to create the life they wish to lead.
Who says I am qualified – click here to see where I graduated and how I maintain my professional expertise.
Capacity usually refers to the ability to do a “something” so as to achieve a goal. It is highly dependent upon our knowledge, skills, emotional ability and relationships with people who are interested in our success.
Capacity building is therefore about building important life skills. Life is complicated enough. Learning critical decision making skills, relationship skills and daily living skills need not be hard or stressful.
Learning is easier when the topic is relevant, fun, interesting, emotionally rewarding and clearly leads to goal success.
Who do we help?
How do we help?
Free, No Obligation Discussion - 20 minutes
The purpose of this discussion is for you to determine if our approach is going to work for you.
It is also for us to determine if we are able to help you.
Plan Managers and Service Coordinators are welcome to use this time to discuss their participants.