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NDIS Psychosocial Recovery Coaching In Melbourne

Mental health is an important aspect of an individual’s well-being. People with disabilities are more vulnerable to mental health issues and may require extensive care to deal with such problems. The NDIS, therefore, funds psychosocial recovery coaches to provide professional support and help such participants overcome these challenges.

Ability Track offers psychosocial recovery coaching and support to all NDIS participants in Melbourne. This support will make it possible for individuals with psychosocial disabilities to receive specialised care and support. It will make it much easier for them to take control of their lives and manage the complexities of daily living in a better way.

How Can Our Psychosocial Recovery Coaches Help?

Our NDIS mental health recovery coaches have been trained to provide the necessary care and assistance required by individuals with psychosocial disabilities. These participants may not respond to or benefit from the normal support services offered by the NDIS. However, with the help of a recovery coach from NDIS, they may slowly begin to identify, reflect and begin their recovery process.

A psychosocial recovery coach collaborates with the individual, their families, caretakers and other services to design and implement a plan. Our NDIS support coordinator will make your NDIS plan a success. The psychosocial recovery plan will be developed in coordination with other NDIS support services. This way, the participant begins their journey to a complete recovery while still benefiting from the other supports available.

Recovery coaches work with participants and help them:

  • Develop a recovery-centric outlook
  • Increase their awareness of choice and control
  • Identify personal goals and develop strategies to achieve them
  • Provide continuous support and attention
  • Build individual capacity through skill development

Why Choose Ability Track for Psychosocial Recovery Coaching Services?

Ability Track is one of the leading NDIS psychosocial recovery coach providers in Melbourne. We are experienced in providing comprehensive solutions for our client’s mental well-being. Our staff have undergone psychosocial recovery coach training and know the best ways to deliver impressive results. They are compassionate and will adapt to any situation as per the individual’s needs.

We provide:

  • Professionals trained to deal with psychosocial disabilities
  • Recovery coached who can provide superior support options
  • Expert psychosocial recovery coaches who can connect with participants
  • Recovery skills and capacity building support program
  • Hassle-free navigation through the NDIS psychosocial recovery and support process

Contact Ability Track today for top-notch NDIS psychosocial recovery coaching and support in Melbourne. You can call us on 03 9120 8880 / 1300 115 110 or send us an email at info@abilitytrack.com.au

What can you expect from your psychosocial recovery coach?

A psychosocial recovery coach helps you overcome your psychosocial disabilities and determine the goals you wish to work towards. They will help you recognise your abilities and educate you on decision-making and problem-solving on your own.

Instead of concentrating on concerns and hurdles, an effective recovery coach focuses on solutions and getting things going. They collaborate with caregivers to understand how they can best assist you in achieving your objectives and outcomes.

How much does recovery coaching cost?

The average hourly pay for NDIS recovery counselling varies significantly. Please contact our customer support team for more information about recovery coaching costs or if you require a similar NDIS plan.

What’s the difference between a recovery coach and a support coordinator?

Recovery coaching is different from support coordination or support work. Recovery coaches are meant to help with psychosocial problems that may arise due to a disability. Some recovery coaches are individuals who have gone through the recovery process themselves and are best positioned to help other individuals. Their work is part of the NDIS support program but very different from that of a support coordinator.

Who can be a recovery coach under the NDIS?

When looking for an NDIS recovery coach, enquire about their experience and credentials. A Certificate IV in Mental Health or Mental Health Peer Professional is required, as well as at least two years of related work experience. However, it is not only about the training. You should gauge the attitude of the practitioner to ensure that they are a good match.

What are the types of recovery coaches?

There are two types of rehabilitation coaches under the NDIS:

  • A recovery coach who has undergone the recovery process, also known as a lived experience recovery coach
  • A coach whose experience comes from successfully handling similar cases in the past
Who will get recovery coach funding?

Recovery coaches are typically included in programmes for those who require psychosocial help. However, you are not obligated to hire a rehabilitation coach if you do not wish to.

Psychological Recovery Coaching

Recovery coaching is an NDIS funded support for people with a psychological disability who require support managing daily challenges. Accessing psychological recovery coaching through Ability Track provides you with a highly qualified recovery coach that will understand your needs and help you access different supports from mental health services to meet your psychological needs.


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