Capacity Building - Improved Daily Living
Improved Daily Living Supports focus on enhancing practical skills and independence in daily routines. The goal is to improve functional capacity, enabling participants to manage their day-to-day activities more effectively and increase participation in the community.
Therapy and rehabilitation
Home or gym rehabilitation and therapy
Stroke and neurological rehabilitation
Example: A participant with Multiple Sclerosis may need a tailored, low-impact strength-building program. With improved strength and reduced fatigue, they would find tasks like carrying groceries, walking their dog, or navigating their home environment more manageable.
Example: A young adult with Cerebral Palsy might benefit from a program focusing on improving core strength and balance. This could enhance their stability, enabling them to perform activities like getting dressed, preparing meals, or using public transportation more independently.
Home based stroke rehabilitation
Capacity Building - Improved Health and Wellbeing
Improved Health and Wellbeing Supports are aimed at enhancing participants' overall physical health, emotional wellbeing, and lifestyle. The objective is to promote a healthier lifestyle, manage health conditions, and improve general fitness.
Example: A participant living with obesity could benefit from a structured exercise regime and nutrition advice. This would not only promote weight loss, but also enhance heart health, energy levels, and overall wellbeing.
Example: A participant dealing with stress and anxiety could benefit from a regular cardiovascular and strength training program. Regular physical activity can help reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression, improve sleep quality, and boost overall mood and mental health.