Within our person-centred approach, we work with each person’s unique strengths, values and goals to deliver flexible, individualised support.
Our staff works together with the people we support to determine which daily living tasks require support, and what level of support is required. These daily living tasks may include showering, personal care matters, meal times, and other household tasks. We are able to visit people at their homes and support them with the necessary care at a time that suits them.
We also help people to develop skills by building capacity to undertake life goals such as living independently, making friends, engaging with the community, improving decision making, and developing planning and budgeting skills.
Behavioural support is more than just changing a person’s behaviours, it’s about finding what works best to give each person the opportunities to to better understand and manage their mental health diagnoses and symptoms, utilise their own skills, build on their strengths, and identify areas of growth.
Muru Pathways offers Mentoring to facilitate and support a Participant’s key goals/outcomes within their individual plan. Mentoring involves support in skill-building, developing social networks, engaging in social activities, travel training and a range of other goals. Mentoring aims to promote participant empowerment whilst building positive links to the community through community participation.
Muru Pathways offers Employment Support for Participants interested in gaining employment. We support Participants throughout the process of job hunting, interview preparation, obtaining and keeping a job.