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Karen’s Keeping Connected During Lockdown

Karen’s Keeping Connected During Lockdown The Mai-Wel Team have been working together to make sure everyone keeps connected throughout lockdown. Karen, a resident at Mai-Wel’s Supported Living residence Rose Cottage, is currently in lockdown with her three other housemates. Usually she would attend The Hub three times a week, and was thrilled to learn that virtual supports would be continuing. To ensure Karen would be able to join in on the programs, Support Coordinator Sarah worked with the staff at Rose Cottage to discuss The Hub’s online virtual [...]

Ticking off Bucket List Dreams with Mai-Wel’s Support Coordination

Ticking off Bucket List Dreams with Mai-Wel’s Support Coordination When Vicki met with her Support Coordinator in March this year, she didn’t expect her joke about being unable to travel due to COVID, to turn into a hot air balloon ride adventure! Support Coordinators assist people with disability to use their National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) funding to pursue their goals and aspirations. Vicki attended an appointment with Mai-Wel Support Coordinator Sarah in March, along with her sister Gayle and Mai-Wel Supported Living Service Lead Keziah, to discuss [...]

By |2021-08-09T12:38:26+10:009th August, 2021|Good News Stories, Support Coordination|

Pauline loves her fully funded pink powered wheelchair!

Pauline loves her fully funded pink powered wheelchair! Pauline, one of Mai-Wel’s Supported Living residents, was very excited to receive a brand new, powered wheelchair (PWC) in her all-time favourite colour – pink! With the price of the chair being almost $23,000, the Mai-Wel team pulled together and succeeded in getting the chair fully funded by the NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme). Over the past few years, Pauline has been limited as to when and where she could access the community. After a number of falls, a [...]

By |2021-02-12T10:50:38+11:0026th October, 2020|Support Coordination, Supported Living|

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