#Tibii's support workers will aid our #NDIS registered participants in exploring informal community, mainstream, and financing services so that all #participants may better control their emotions, manage their stress, frustration, and anxiety, and reduce risky behaviors at home, school, and in the community.
#Tibii #In_Home_Support_Services help people with #disabilities live more purposeful and #independent lives by assisting them with self-care activities. Our In_Home Care service allows participants to acquire and build independent living skills while also improving their interactions in their own homes.
Tibii's qualified and experienced #Support_Workers, Bradley Hubbard will provide valuable assistance in our participant’s own home. Their role is to support participants in building their everyday and social skills, sense of self-esteem, and overall well-being. Using a true #human_Centred approach.
Support workers experience
I have been working with Participant Graham for over a year now. Graham joined our services in April of 2021 and receives 40 hours per week of in-home support. Graham lives with his lovely wife, Kerry and their two children.
Graham has a formal diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease. Parkinson’s disease is a progressive nervous system disorder that effects movement. Symptoms start gradually, sometime starting with a barely noticeable tremor in just one hand. Tremors are common, but the disorder also commonly causes stiffness or slowing of movement.
Graham and I have been working together on his overall strength and mobility using light resistant weight training and static stretches. Graham and I have been implementing the strategies provided by the physiotherapists to help Graham with the exercises he and I do together. The strength and stretching program will aid Graham with his overall mobility to help combat the stiffness that the Parkinson’s causes.
Graham uses a tri-walker to help assist with his walking but don’t let that fool you because Graham is more than capable of achieving what he sets out to do. Graham is still able to assist around the house and partake is leisure activities like going out for coffee and watching sport.
Graham has taught me that no matter what setbacks we face in life we can overcome them with having a strong and positive mindset. Graham is a big inspiration for me and motivates me to be the best version of myself that I’m able to become.
Tibii promotes holistic lifestyle choices. We encourage participants to pursue their personal interests in physical activities. Popular activities include, but are not limited to; going to the gym, walking, swimming, bike riding, bowling, hiking, dancing and yoga.
For more information about our In-Home Support services contact us:
Phone 08 7070 6181