Job readiness skills
Task analyse: how to break down tasks and complete as needed in everyday life and in the work setting.
Personal hygiene and grooming: right look for right day / activity e.g. what to wear to an interview, what to wear for different social events.
Practical interview skills
Phone and email communication
Handing out resume’s to cafes, shops and desired work locations working towards gaining employment and or volunteer work.
Support in the workplace to integrate as needed with the aim to gradual reduce on the job support.
Point of contact with employees to prevent misunderstandings and identifying and working towards improving any constructive criticism from the workplace to make it a successful position.
Resume and cover letter writing.
Tax file number
Ongoing education and upskilling: Support Max to complete RSA; Barista course; First aid; Blue card; Support to complete certificate 3 through TAFE in desired area
Money handling skills
Budgeting: Money handling and budgeting
Time management skills
Understanding and managing time
Understanding aa roster
Planning you day; week; month
Travel training: How to take the bus; train; tram and to read a timetable; use a go card, top up ect, looking at time management, reading a map and planning the route successfully to make sure that have enough time to get to destination in right time.
Personal development skills
- Improve your time management.
- Develop emotional intelligence.
- Cultivate resilience.
- Listen actively.
- Develop a growth mindset.
- Develop a reading habit.
- Learn new things.
- Improve your public speaking skills.
- Meet new people.
- Improve your body language
- Conflict resolution
- Manage stress
Life discussions: Internet safety; friendships; relationships discussions and activities as well as take how resources, understanding your rights and been safe, advocating for yourself. Understanding boundaries professionally and personally.
Improving social skills
Communication: learning how to communicate in different scenarios using your communication style to build upon to make sure you can be understand and be able to communicate with others around you. Key sign (Makaton), Proloquo, board maker, gestures and verbal communication – or working with you to understand your communication style so that you can be involved and understood in all aspects of your day.
Learning to communicate with different groups of people, building social skills.
Improving eye contact, able to communicate information clearly and concisely and gather further information as required.
¼ reporting to NDIS, daily reflection and notes