Flair & Fine Care Insight
Finally, Victoria gets some sunshine! Spring is in the air, bringing warmth, energy and joy. The bright daylight, fresh air, and splash of colourful flowers, all welcome the blissful days.
This is the best time to connect, so Flair & Fine Care hosted a table in Melbourne West Ready-Set-Connect event under the One-Community, Sunshine Chapter.
The event brought together a wide range of different service providers, Participants, Support Coordinators, Parents, Carers, Teachers and LACs. Neeshu Rajpoot and Jamillah Shawyer represented Flair & Fine Care with a high spirit and attracted a diverse and substantial audience of professionals from various fellow organisations This provided us with the opportunity to build new professional relationships, exchange information, and explore potential business opportunities.
On the Dias: Team Member Highlight:
Ambitious and Accomplished: Ali Mujtaba
Ali’s passion for Community Services is fuelled by a deep commitment to enhancing the lives of individuals with disabilities and promoting inclusivity, dignity, and independence for all. He joined Flair & Fine Care in August 2022 and since then, he proved to be a very proactive team member, who has the privilege of working with a wide range of individuals, each with their unique challenges, aspirations, and strengths.
His relevant qualification in Community Services equipped him with the essential knowledge and skills required to assist individuals with diverse abilities.
He believes that “everyone should have equal access to resources and opportunities”. “I was drawn to the disability support field. It is my passion to assist people who may be at a disadvantage. It is my goal to provide them with the support they need in order to achieve their goals. Furthermore, I am motivated by a desire to promote a more socially inclusive society.” Ali considered his experience of working with Flair & Fine Care as rewarding. “The FFC team provides the resources, opportunity, and knowledge necessary to make a real difference in people’s lives, enabling them to live independently and thrive.
The FFC team offers a unique opportunity for its workers to develop valuable skills and knowledge in a supportive and encouraging environment. The team FFC also provides an excellent opportunity to network with other professionals in the field and gain insight from their experiences.”
Participants’ Arena: The Rosy Rosalie
Meet our beloved participant, Rosalie! With her beautiful smile and eagerness to enjoy her life fully, Rosalie has a passion for achieving her goals and improving her quality of life. She came a long way with the assistance of Cathy, her support worker. We love to see Rosalie doing the things she used to love in her past, like visiting different places, parks, cafes, her Highschool and fishing. Full of enthusiasm and confidence, Rosalie accepts the challenges by finding alternatives to the solutions.
Flair & Fine Care loves supporting this amazing lady who has shown tremendous improvement in cultivating self-care strategies with resilience.
Role of Disability Support Worker in NDIS
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) has been a game-changer in Australia, bringing forth significant changes in the way disability support is delivered to individuals with disabilities and long-term conditions. The primary purpose of NDIS is to provide individuals with the flexibility and autonomy to choose the support they require to lead a fulfilling life. In this context, the provision of assistance in social and recreational activities is a critical component of the NDIS program.
This essay discusses the importance of NDIS assistance in Social and Community participation while emphasising the vital role of support workers in enabling individuals with disabilities to participate in these activities.
What an inspirational story!
“Follow your dreams, believe in yourself and don’t give up”. That’s Courteney’s motto. What a truly inspirational story!
Courtney has low vision and has been representing Australia in Blind Cricket for a while. After recently picking up a tennis racquet, she admitted that Tennis is her new-found love. She’s about to take her talent to the World Games. She will be representing Australia as she plays in the blind and low-vision tennis competition.