Better Questions For Disability Support
Enabling Choice and Empowerment for People with Disability
We can help you to make a positive difference
If you care for someone with disability or work within the sector, you have a fantastic opportunity to make a positive impact on these people's lives and we can help you do that.
We can teach you to how to talk with people with disability in a way:
That helps you to:
- Break down barriers and build trust
- Connect and build a better relationship with them
- Better understand their challenges and their needs
- Support them to develop their individual plans and achieve their goals
Talking with a person with disability in this way:
- Ensures they feel heard and respected
- Gives them a sense of control and choice
- Builds confidence and enriches their lives
- Enables them to identify and achieve their goals
- Maximises opportunities for their independence and inclusion
Specialised Communications Training for You
Every person who interacts with someone who lives with disability can learn the person focussed communication skills our training offers.
Simple to learn and really easy to put into practice, the Better Questions way of communicating with someone with disability, is already changing the lives of many, in profoundly positive ways.
Communication Training for all NDIS Roles
If your role involves talking with NDIS Participants and their families and carers, our communication training, really is a 'must do'.
Good communication skills are essential for all people providing Home Care and Supported Independent Living services as well as:
- Local Area Coordinators (LAC),
- Plan Management Providers (RPMP)
- Support Coordinators
- Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI)
- All Partners in the Community (PITC)
By learning our highly specialised communications training, you will have the skills to empower and support participants to achieve the best possible outcomes throughout their life.
Customers are saying
I had the pleasure of participating in one of the most informative and useful workshops that I have attended in my many years of professional experience. The Better Questions model encouraged a more qualitative, holistic process to facilitate assessments and has reinvigorated the way that I will conduct my assessments in the future.
A very useful tool indeed. Gabby Hanson, Assessment Officer, Aged and Disability Services, Mornington Peninsula Shire
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