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BCR Communities NDIS Participants are Kicking Goals

Make a letter box in the shape of a cow – no problem! Take on a 50km walking challenge – why not! Build a bar inside your house – let’s give it a go!

When it comes to their goals and dreams, the NDIS participants at BCR Communities won’t hear the words ‘that’s too hard’ or ‘we don’t offer that here.’

The BCR NDIS support team take the participant’s goals very seriously and while not everything is possible, every attempt is made to support the participant to achieve them.

For recently appointed BCR Work, Life & Training Coordinator, Tracy Hughes, it was this person centred approach that attracted her to the role.

“Every disability service would love to offer person centred supports but BCR Communities is the first organisation I have worked for that is able to deliver it,” Tracy said.

“We don’t expect participants to just slot in with established programs, we find out what they want to achieve and then design a personalised program around those goals.”

“I have a strong connection to the community in the Bay & Basin and I am really excited about working with the schools, participants and their families to create the kind of NDIS support services that they really want and need – right here locally.”

Proving anything is possible, NDIS participant Jessica has achieved her goal of building the cow-themed letter box she designed herself.  With the support of Tracy, 16-year-old School Leaver Employment Supports (SLES) participant Ryeleigh, took on the ‘50ks in May Challenge’, achieving his first ever fitness goal and raising hundreds of dollar for Multiple Sclerosis. While 19-year-old NDIS participant Bailey has started learning basic carpentry skills with smaller projects as he works up to building his dream bar at home.

If you would like to find out more about BCR Communities NDIS supports, phone 1300 222 748, email info@BCRcommunities.com or visit BCRcommunities.com



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