Moe Life Skills Community Centre is a registered National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provider of high quality education, training, disability and community services to enable people with disabilities to maximise independent lifestyles and full inclusion in the mainstream community.
We can work with you to tailor supports and services to achieve your goals and aspirations. Some of our services include capacity building, education and training courses, independent living skills, health and well-being programs, and visual and performing arts programs and activities.
Capacity Building for Participation
Capacity building covers a broad range of programs and activities, including self-advocacy, personal development, community access, and the men’s shed. It aims to help individuals develop their own communication style, skills and knowledge to exercise more choice and control, and participate in decisions that affect their lives. It also gives individuals the chance to try out and be challenged by new activities and tasks.
Education & Training
We are one of a few providers offering both pre-accredited and accredited courses. We offer pre-accredited programs through our Learn Local organisation which focuses on building confidence and skills that can lead to national accredited training or employment. We also offer nationally recognised accredited courses under our Registered Training Organisation (RTO) which delivers practical and hands-on Vocational Educational Training (VET) services that directly relate to tasks necessary for a particular job.
Skills for Community Living
Community living helps individuals to develop and strengthen the skills needed to have a more independent and inclusive lifestyle both at home and in the community. Our wide range of programs are tailored to individual needs and includes life-style and health issues, preparing and cooking meals, travel training, communication to meet everyday needs, and better literacy and numeracy in everyday situations.
Health and Well-Being
We use a range of activities to promote and encourage good health and well-being, and to support a healthy living lifestyle. Activities include healthy lifestyles such as cooking, personal appearance, Fitness 4 U, swimming, court ball games, walking, small group exercises, arm chair exercises, relaxation.
Our arts program includes four key areas: drama, visual arts, creative projects, performing arts. Through a range of inclusive art, music, theatre and dance projects our arts program help participants with self-expression, creativity and to develop the confidence to participate effectively in the community.
We have always had a focus on community unity and promoting understanding of people of all abilities within the community. The purpose of the newly developed ‘high street community hub’ is to provide a community space for everyone in Moe to meet and socialise.
These are just some of our supports and services. To find out more about how we can help you achieve your goals, please contact us today.