Aastha Community Services has provided multiple services to support people with disabilities. Aastha assists NDIS participants with their recovery with the help of a psychosocial recovery coach. The recovery coach helps the NDIS participants to lead a purposeful and meaningful life.
The recovery coach assists you by spending time with you and build a rapport with you to create a meaningful helping relationship. The coach understands your interests and people in your network to better support you. The recovery has sound knowledge around mental health and recovery-based approach. The coach also helps you to get to know about the services and resources in the community. The NDIS participants also can choose a coach who has lived mental ill health experience. These coaches understand the struggles and concerns of the NDIS participants from their own lived experiences and hence, able to support them through the recovery process. NDIS participants with plans which have allocated funding for psychosocial supports are able to access the services of a recovery coach. Aastha assists you in choosing the right coach for you who can provide these services. The number of hours of support services is determined based on the level your psychosocial support needs and allocated funding as per your NDIS plan. It is reviewed by Aastha on a timely basis and you can give feedback based on the services you receive from our recovery coach. NDIS Recovery Coach services and Support Support coordination available at Perth, Canning vale, Maddington, Armadale, Cockburn central, Kwinana, Rockingham, Mandurah, Joondalup and all over the western Australia
Aastha provide ongoing training and resource orientation to our recovery coaches on a regular basis. We also ensure that our staff are qualified and have relevant experience in the NIDS field. This helps the staff to support our NDIS participants in a better way and help them to live a meaningful life. Our team always ensures that our participants get the best support services and thereby they make themost out of their NDIS plans.