These supports are all about helping NDIS participants learn and master the skills necessary to live an independent and autonomous life. This includes a host of training activities and developmental programs, performed by the participant with assistance from their carer or carers. Through these activities the participant will learn critical skills like cleaning, cooking, using money, getting around town, and more. Below is a list of relevant skills (the list is not exhaustive):

  • Meeting people and making friends
  • Personal care (including health and wellbeing)
  • Daily routines
  • Housekeeping
  • Planning and organising
  • Making use of government services
  • Joining a group or club
  • Using public transportation
  • Traveling
  • Participating in the community
  • Taking medication
  • Using money and drawing up budgets
  • Shopping
  • Doing volunteer work

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