Glady and Co have more than doubled in size in the last year and currently employ over 60 employees and are steadily branching out into new areas - so there are plenty of opportunities to diversify and/or advance your career.
We periodically seek experienced mental health practitioners who have had lived experience of mental ill health, cared for a loved one with mental ill health or experienced adverse difficulties such as homelessness, domestic violence and addiction. Our organisation prides itself on its ability to support its team members and enable them to have secure employment through the ups and downs of life.
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Bring your specialist knowledge and skills in psychosocial recovery, mental health and service navigation within the mental health system to collaborate with participants, their families, carers, and other services to design to plan implement and review a recovery plan.
The Recovery Coach will also provide supports to people with psychosocial disability to assist them to increase their independence both socially and economically, take control over their lives and better manage the challenges of daily living, benefit from a recovery-enabling relationships and skilled coaching.
A capacity building function to implement all supports in a participant's NDIS plan, including informal, mainstream, community and funded supports. The Support Coordinator will work collaboratively with NDIS participants to connect them to local services and resources.
The Support Coordinator works with each participant to get their plan started, understand more about their plan and support the participant to improve their plan when needed. The Support Coordinator also keeps track of the funds within the NDIS plan and support services provided.
The position will focus on building local networks and partnerships, acting as the key liaison point for all related services chosen by the individual and keeping up to date with NDIS guidelines.
Support Workers provide support to Participants working to meet their individual goals and needs as identified on their service plans. Support Workers assist each Participant to lead an enriching and fulfilling life. All supports are provided flexibly across a span of days and hours according to each Participant’s needs. The supports provided for each Participant are tailored and include but are not limited to: Daily Living; Relationships; Social and Community Participation; and Health & Wellbeing. Participants will have a range of support needs, due to a single or combined number of disabilities, which will include Psychosocial/Mental Health, and may include: Physical including mobility; Neurological; Cognitive and/or Intellectual; Autism Spectrum Disorders; Acquired Brain Injury; and, Sensory Issues.