Working with individuals, families and support staff
We work hard to ensure that all individuals develop a greater understanding of the impact and consequences of complex and life changing injuries and conditions.
Having knowledge of why an activity or situation is difficult, helps to enhance understanding and fosters empowerment. Introducing suitable treatment approaches, practical strategies and realistic solutions helps to either overcome the barriers or to create the ‘scaffolding’ needed to assist individuals and families feel in control of a situation and move forward.
We are comfortable working with a diverse range of people, including family members, carers, support workers and rehabilitation assistants. We see our role as ensuring everyone understands where the challenges and opportunities lay. We aim to make sure everyone is clear about their responsibilities, encouraging others to look at the problems with ‘different glasses’ so solutions can be seen.
We share knowledge to create environments in which individuals can thrive.