Talking with my PCCS Social Worker and her support with what I’m going through is helpful. I’m not alone on this journey and I now know what services I can access.
I started to have hope and an avenue to create a different future. My wife and I are more connected, and my daughter is happy for the first time in years!”
My PCCS social worker was great at encouraging me on the journey and out of isolation. Social skills are like a muscle that needs to be exercised. Experience with groups helps build that muscle.
“I would not have accessed the NDIS without PCCS” said Helen, whose application was previously declined. With PCCS help, Helen’s access was approved within two weeks and she now has a plan and a support coordinator to assist the implementation.
I’ve developed a positive outlook to life as a result of socialising and being around other people who’ve gone through similar experiences.
My confidence to reach out for connection and support increased. I am more social, mobile and content. My recovery is under control and I’m planning a new future.
My PCCS social worker found a path for me, I couldn’t see it before but that’s the path I’m walking now, and it’s all positive! I have hope for the future – that changes everything.
“It’s the first time I’ve been out by myself in over a year!” With PCCS help, Charlotte used her NDIS funds to arrange an assessment, which recommended a dual-motor recliner chair and a bariatric four-wheeled walker.
As well as enriching activities, the supportive group dynamic helped build my confidence to face the job interviews I was just launching into.