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Group based activities

You're talking to a lady who’s got a lot of hobbies. Group and centre-based activities are a wonderful way for children to explore new interests and learn new skills, meet new people, and flex their independence muscles, all in a supportive environment!

Let's delve into how group-based activities can align with NDIS goals for participants and their families:

1. Discovering New Hobbies: These activities are like a treasure chest of new experiences. Whether it's art, music, or even a sport, there's always something new for your young one to dive into and maybe even develop a passion for.

2. Skill Development: It’s not just about fun and games. These group activities offer structured learning, helping kids pick up essential life skills, be it teamwork, patience, or even leadership.

3. Making Mates: What's better than bonding over a shared activity? Group settings provide a natural environment for kids to connect, strike up friendships, and build lasting relationships.

4. Safe Exploration: While it’s about flexing those independence muscles, you can rest easy knowing they’re doing so in a controlled, supportive environment, where their well-being is a priority.

5. Boosting Self-esteem: Every time they master a new skill or receive appreciation in these group settings, it's a little win for their confidence. It's about celebrating small victories that lead to big growth.

6. Supporting Families: While kids are having a blast, families get a breather, too. It’s a chance for parents to have some 'me-time' or focus on other responsibilities, knowing their child is in good hands.

7. Aligned with NDIS: The great news? The NDIS recognises the benefits of group and centre-based activities and supports them. So, you're not just getting the best for your child but also tapping into resources that make it more accessible.

Being part of group activities is like opening a door to a room filled with possibilities. And the beauty is, every child finds something in there that resonates with them. So, why not let them explore, discover, and grow? After all, that’s what it’s all about.

While I've put my heart into aligning these tips with your NDIS path, the road can have its twists. Remember, these are just suggestions. Dive in, explore, and find what truly works for you. Sending you all my best vibes!

You're the best judge of whether this service fits your child's goals or not.