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Recovery Coaching

Recovery Coaching (or psychosocial recovery coaching) is a new service provided by NDIS, designed to help support individuals with a psychosocial disability take more control over their lives and better manage the complex challenges of day-to-day living.

care community coordination’s Recovery Coaches are here to help support individuals with psychosocial disability to recognise, reflect and take responsibility of their own recovery.

They work together with the individuals, their families, carers, and other services, to create, design and implement a recovery plan and help with the coordination of other NDIS supports.

What does a recovery coach do?

At care community coordination, our recovery coaches work with individuals with psychosocial disability to:

  • Develop a recovery-enabling relationship.

  • Support participants with their recovery planning.

  • Coach them to increase their recovery skills and personal capacity, including motivation, strengths, resilience, and decision-making.

  • Increase awareness of choice and control.

  • Identify individual goals and help develop strategies to achieve them.

  • Provide ongoing support and engagement (even in times of increased needs).

  • Support participants’ engagement with the NDIS.

  • Collaborate with broader system of supports.

Recovery coaching is about creating a clear plan of action while using the participant's current strengths to help them reach their desired goals.

Besides helping the participant access and maintain recovery, our coaches access support systems and resources needed to help the recovery, such as benefits and health care.

Recovery coaching can also help individuals return to employment, find stable housing or transition. The client self directs their own recovery, while the coach is there to help provide expertise and encouragement in supporting the necessary changes for attaining the goals that are important to the individual.

How is ccc’s Recovery Coaching different to a support coordinator?

care community coordination’s support coordinator’s focus is capacity building and working with an individual to get the most out of an NDIS plan. Individuals do not need a specific diagnosis to have support coordination as part of their NDIS plan.

Whereas ccc’s psychosocial recovery coach is specifically designed for individuals who have a primary diagnosis of psychosocial disability.

Recovery coaches can offer a more hands-on approach, using their specific knowledge of mental health services, to ensure individuals receive the correct support that they require to reach their goals.

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