Learn skills that support your independence
Through our support, you can learn new skills and try new hobbies in your community. You can develop your daily living skills with trusted and caring support workers that work with you. This could be:
Daily living skills: our range of lifestyle supports help you build on your daily living skills at home and out-and-about in the community. We’ll help you with whatever you need or want to do, including trying new things.
Retail work experience: try working in the local shop or sell your crafts.
Fruit and vegetable group: Join our produce group, packing and selling fresh produce to the community!
Cooking and catering: cook and cater with us, where we teach you how to prepare tasty meals and work together to serve the community.
The workshop: Develop woodworking skills and make something on your own or with a group.
Gardening: dig in and get your hands dirty with gardening and enjoying being outdoors.
Do you want to try something not listed? Let us know and we will do our best.
Some benefits you might expect
It’s important try new things and at the Broadmeadows Hub, you will be supported every step of the way. We spoke to the people we support about what they gained by joining on these activities, and they said:
Doing more on my own.
Learning to make spaghetti!
Making friends and getting out in the community.
Ticking off goals.
Getting a job.