New disability service provider LifeAware has now opened to support individuals living with disabilities to lead independent and fulfilling lives.
LifeAware is a fresh face in the local NDIS support service landscape and is committed to redefining new ways to support individuals with disabilities.
LifeAware adopts a skill based teaching approach to provide individuals with skills to confidently manage everyday activities on their terms and at their own pace.
Service Delivery Manager Ryan Marsh said they wanted to provide a culturally responsive place, where individuals with disabilities could confidentially manage their daily lives and engage with the community.
“We are proud to be part of a collaborative industry, one that centres on providing the best NDIS disability services for individuals and help creates opportunities for all involved,” he said.
LifeAware invites individuals living with disabilities, their families and the broader community to join the exciting journey.
“We believe that together, we can create a brighter, more inclusive future where every individual has the chance to grow,” Ryan said.
“With such a diverse range of disabilities, would like to see more inclusivity in sport, employment and educational settings.
“It would be fantastic to work towards an all-ability pathway in the region.”
LifeAware offers highly personalised NDIS support plans tailored to each person’s specific requirements and aspirations.
Its mission is to foster self-confidence, skills development and autonomy among the Bundaberg Region’s community.
LifeAware boasts a team of highly compassionate support workers dedicated to nurturing growth and providing holistic, thoughtful care for all individuals.
With their wealth of experience, knowledge and exceptional people skills, they can ensure a supportive and enriching environment.
For more information about LifeAware and its services click here or phone 4331 5950.