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PCYC Empowerment Programs
for NDIS participants 

The Huon Valley PCYC now offer a range of programs for children and adults to develop and build on skill sets, reach milestones and work towards achieving their goals. We provide a fun and safe environment for our participants to learn and practice new skills, whilst socialising and having fun!

Our current programs include: 
 
Reaching Milestones 
Social Club 
Individual Sessions 

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Build Capacity in Social Skills, Motor Skills & Independence.

All our programs are carefully and purposefully designed to be fun and engaging, whilst maximising participant outcomes.

Our amazing team of Program Facilitators work one on one with participants, providing mentoring and support, whilst fostering participants sense of self, achievement, social skills, community inclusion, resilience, and independence.
 
Our fantastic Team of Program Facilitators meet all the training and compliance standards required by the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission.

We are not-for-profit, so we invest into the quality of our programs and facilities for our participants! 

Our programs are designed for participants with a range of disabilities, including physical, intellectual, cognitive, neurological, visual, hearing, and psychosocial disabilities.

Contact us today 

(03) 6264 3100
programs@hvpcyc.org.au 
Please see our FAQ’s below and contact the PCYC Huonville to enroll or for more information.
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FAQ's

Do I need to have NDIS funding to join the program?
No, you do not need to have NDIS funding to join our programs, but if you are NDIS funded we accept Plan Managed or Self-Managed Participants.

Are Support Workers welcome at attend?
YES! We welcome participants to bring along their support worker to sessions. Our program facilitators are here to work one on one with participants to get the most out of our program, but they are not support workers – if you require assistance with Activities of Daily Living, we recommend you bring a support worker along.

What training and qualifications do your Program Facilitators have?
Each of our Program Facilitators are carefully selected and trained to maximise participant outcomes. They all have training and induction to each individual participant, so that they can customise their approach to individual participants needs and goals. All program facilitators have the following qualifications –
First Aid and CPR Certificate
Working with vulnerable people card
Certified completion of NDIS Worker Orientation Module
Certified completion of New Worker NDIS Induction Module

H
ow are your programs tailored for individual goals and needs?
When a participant joins one of our programs, we like to get to know them as best we can. We do up a person-centred plan for each participant which covers all the important information, so we can customise our programs based on individual needs.

Do you have a service agreement?
Yes, we have a standard service agreement in place for each program to define your rights and responsibilities as a participant and our rights and responsibilities as a service provider.

When do you invoice?
When you join one of our programs, we are providing you with a Program of Support. Each program runs for the current Tasmanian School Term of 8-9 weeks. We invoice for each week of the program. If a participant wishes to cancel, we require 2 weeks’ notice.

Do you offer programs over the school holidays?
Yes we do! Our school holiday programs are a time to focus on having fun. We offer a longer session times and have a more relaxed program schedule.  

What Quality and Safeguarding do you offer?
We have a list of policies to protect our participants rights, including privacy, and all are available on our website.

A
re you a Registered or Unregistered NDIS provider? And what’s the difference?
We are an unregistered NDIS provider – which is why we can only accept Plan Managed or Self-Managed NDIS participants. However, unregistered does not mean that our quality of service or safeguarding for our participants is lacking – we provide all the Quality and Safeguarding you would expect from a registered provider.

What ages are your programs suitable for?
We offer youth programs for children of school age 5-18yrs. And programs for adults.

Group Programs are not ideal for me, do you offer individual programs?
YES! We offer one on one programs when group programs are not suitable – please contact us for more information.
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