Psychosocial Recovery Coach

Psychosocial Recovery Coaching is similar to Support Coordination however, it focuses on Psychosocial aspect and navigating the mental health system. It assists with:

  • Living a full and contributing life
  • Taking more control of life
  • Managing complex challenges of day to day living
  • Building strong and respectful relationships
  • Increasing recovery, capacity, motivation, decision making and resilience
  • Working collaboratively with people, their families, caretakers, and supports to design, plan, implement and adjust a recovery plan
  • Working closely with the broader service system and helping out with the coordination of NDIS and other supports
  • Supporting participants’ engagement with the NDIS
  • Supporting with recovery care planning and establishing a value base system
  • Working with the broader system of supports
  • Obtaining specialist knowledge and skills in psychosocial recovery, mental health, and service delivery
  • Navigating within the mental health system
  • Being informed by the mental health lived experience discipline and recovery-oriented framework

Psychosocial Recovery Coaching is a new field that will be further developed by consultation with people with psychosocial disabilities, their families, caretakers, service providers and State and Territory Governments.

Specialist Support Coordination

This support is similar to Support Coordination and will –

  • Provide a higher level of support coordination to those facing more complex situations and require specialist support
  • Assist with the management of challenges faced in the support environment ensuring consistent transdisciplinary service delivery
  • Provide an experienced Practitioner with higher education

Support Coordination

To understand what we aim to do with Support Coordination and to best develop it in the future, it is important to understand the various forms of assistance it provides.

  • We will assist you in building the skills you need to understand, implement and use your NDIS plan
  • Ensure a mix of supports are used to increase your capacity to maintain relationships, manage services, live more independently, and uphold community connectedness
  • Manage the budget and coordinate the on boarding of services to ensure value for money and quality of services
  • Strengthen and enhance your ability in self-confidence, recovery, and rehabilitation
  • Create purpose, belonging and self-determination
  • Assist you to manage services in line with your goals, wants, and needs
  • Support decision making, choice and risk taking to obtain quality outcomes
  • Work under the Human Rights Act
  • Coordinate assessments, reports, and service proposals

When do I need a Support Coordinator?

  • When I don’t know where to start looking for services
  • When I don’t know how to manage my budget for the duration of my plan
  • When I would like to explore my options of where to live and don’t know where to start
  • When I need to change my supports
  • When I am not sure how to manage several service providers
  • When I don’t know how to consider a service agreement
  • When I don’t know how to manage services to suit my needs
  • When I don’t know how to integrate my health care team
  • When I don’t know how to get quotes
  • When I need someone to help me to manage my plan

Supported Independent Living (SIL)

A SIL is a residential service as an integrated model of accommodation and support under the Disability Act. It provides assistance with daily tasks in a shared living environment, with a focus on developing the skills of each individual to live as independently and productive as possible in a home of their choice. With SIL, Care Coordination Consultancy aims to provide a home for a person with special needs along with all the necessary supports required to live a meaningful and safe life.