It’s back to school for Term 2 and the routine that the hustle and the bustle that comes with school drop offs and pickups, making lunches and completing homework, but did you know we can lend a hand for children with disability aged 7+?
Our disability supports can be scheduled for school pick up, where we can pick up your child and take them out for a couple of hours of afterschool fun, sport or recreation before you get home from work.
You don’t have to worry about school pick up, while your child gets a couple of hours after school to have a break from the school/home routine.
We can also help you and your child to work towards specific goals, whether that be piano lessons, learning and developing a specific sporting skill or completing homework – we’re here to help.
How it works?
If your child has a NDIS plan with core support funding, we can work with you to tailor a program that suits theirs and your needs – whether that’s weekend supports or after school sessions.
If you’re an existing Workpower customer, you just let your Manager know that you’d like to consider after school sessions and we can work with you to determine which days and times suit best.
If you’re new to Workpower, you can contact our Manager Customer Engagement, Ashby Ranson, on 0419 904 202 or via firstname.lastname@example.org and work out how we can set up a tailored service.
What our customers say
Aanyah Mathews – Workpower Customer
“As a participant/customer I feel very supported with my high needs I receive from Workpower after school care with personal care, life skills, independence capabilities skills building and also social/leisure activities at home.”
Aanyah’s Parents –
“As the participant’s parent we feel Workpower values our requests and needs we highly require for our child and feel they’ve always been part of our children’s development journey to achieve the necessary goals we aiming to achieve.”
“The afterschool support we receive from Workpower is fantastic! Our daughter is supported with her daily living activities and has been learning new skills. The carers, especially Lonny has built a strong relationship with Aanyah and its great to have this support for us.”
Joanne Mackey, grandmother of Storm Mackey – Workpower Customer
“I am thoroughly appreciative of the support Storm receives to meet his high sensory needs during the School holiday program – the way holiday staff engage with him according to his requirement 1:1 is impressive!
The after-school care / engagement provided once a week regularly by Workpower Staff – Clay is much needed as this helps Storm release his energy and feel relaxed. This activity involvement is highly beneficial for Storm’s well-being”.