Challenge Community Services are dedicated to helping people with a disability achieve their dreams and goals in everyday life settings.
Challenge’s Choices programs are focused on outcomes and helping participant’s live independent and fulfilling lives.
They are tailored to individual’s needs, goals and aspirations.
The sky is the limit when it comes to program options and participants are provided every opportunity to learn new skills, meet new friends and have fun at the same time.
One person enjoying Challenge Choices is Brad from Maitland.
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Brad has been with Challenge Maitland for three years and is an active young man who likes the outdoors and participates in extreme activities.
Brad’s support worker, Sally, constantly has to think outside of the square to find activites Brad wants to try.
He recently tried sandboarding at Stockton beach, go karting and jet skiing at Nelson Bay, and also enjoys Wet‘n’Wild in Sydney.
There is no limit to Brad’s imagination as he continues to explore what this great region has to offer.
Challenge Choices offers flexible services seven-days a week. You can choose one-on-one or group settings during the day, early mornings or even late at night. It’s your choice.
Challenge Choices provide centre-based and community-based support and activities.
Challenge also offers social outings to concerts, holidays and community events, and a transition to work program that focuses on employment outcomes.
“Since establishing Challenge Choices we have seen some fantastic achievements from our participants,” Challenge Chief Executive, Barry Murphy said.
It is important that participants, carers and families are well aware of the opportunities and options available to them through the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
Challenge can assist with the pre-planning stage and how to structure your NDIS package to ensure you get the best funding and support possible.
To find out more visit www.challengecommunity.org.au or phone 1800 679 129.