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Life Skills Training

At First In Caring, Life Skills training incorporates a holistic approach that not only focuses on practical tasks but also emphasizes emotional well-being and social interaction. We strive to create a supportive and encouraging environment where participants and clients can develop skills at their own pace, without feeling pressured or overwhelmed.

We believe that it is important to celebrate the small wins. We promote a sense of accomplishment and celebrate each milestone achieved by the participants and clients. Motivation and self-esteem is essential to continue learning and growing.

NDIS participants

Training in life skills focuses on developing skills that encourage better inclusion and community participation. Our knowledgeable trainers collaborate with clients to pinpoint skill-development opportunities in various areas. By focusing on these areas, we want to provide participants the skills they need to live more independent and satisfying lives.

Aged Care clients

Training in life skills tries to preserve or enhance functional abilities that may have been impacted by ageing or medical issues. These training regimens may include exercises that improve social interaction, mobility, and cognition. We collaborate closely with clients to develop individualised plans that take into account their particular needs, allowing them to keep their freedom and standard of living.


What skills can you possibly teach?

A variety of skills can be covered in life skills training for NDIS participants and Aged Care clients, depending on their specific requirements and objectives. Below are a few examples:

  • Time Management
  • Interpersonal Skills
  • Money Management
  • Cooking and Meal Planning
  • Personal Hygiene
  • Public Transport and Navigation
  • Computer and Technology Skills
  • Self-Advocacy
  • Household Management
  • Emotional Regulation
  • Social Etiquette
  • Problem Solving Skills
  • Gardening and Horticulture