Classes for People with Disabilities
Rosanna Fire Station Community House values diversity and encourages inclusiveness within our community. We provide activities for people with different types of disabilities and are wheelchair accessible. We also reflect an Active Service Model approach.
People with extra needs like eating/ personal care are to be accompanied with a carer.
ACTIVE SERVICE MODEL (ASM):
Active Service Model approach is as a ‘health promoting philosophy of care’. This philosophy shifts thinking from ‘doing for’ participants to ‘doing with’ participants. Increase self help, strengthen confidence, independence of participants in and after the classes.
- promoting a ‘wellness’ or ‘active ageing’ approach that emphasises optimal physical and mental health
- capacity building, restorative care and opportunities to improve social participation to maintain or promote a person’s capacity to live as independently as possible
- a holistic person-centred approach to care, promoting wellness and active participation in goal setting and decision making collaborative relationships between providers, for the benefit of people using services.
ONE TO ONE PROGRAM:
One to one program can be organised to tailor the needs of the individual participants. Please feel free to contact us for further discussion.
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Ageing with Grace is about sensing mobility, activating functions of the brain, in a fun way using physical skills needed for lifelong optimal function, ends with mindful relaxation.
No class on 5/11.
* supported by Banyule City Council funds.Select options
* Health and Fitness programs are partially supported by the Australian Government Department of Health.