This program includes services of mentoring, peer-support and individual skills development. Hope Circle mentoring program support team understand the importance of this service in their plan and work with participants and other stakeholders together including Allied Health Professionals, therapists to co-design and develop relevant activities to improve participant’s capacity. Hope Circle mentors are good at providing NDIS coaching program skills to build participant’s independent living skills, including domestic tasks, tenancy maintenance, social skills and emotional regulation skills. The mentoring program is based on participant’s inspiration, interests and goals for working with (and not for) participant to acknowledge the ownership of action, building a positive relationship and breaking down goals into little steps or tasks to practice regularly. Hope Circle monitors the progress of the mentoring program closely and explores a better way or approach to support participants in achieving their goals without giving up.
Participants can utilize the funding of increased social and community participation (CB social community civic) to access this program.