Recovery Coaching in Osborne Park vs Support Coordination
A support coordinator helps to connect people with disability to the support services they need. A recovery coach also fulfils this role but with a greater focus on mental health. They’re not only involved in coordinating services but also play a crucial role in the mental health recovery process itself. They help set and achieve personal recovery goals, improve wellbeing, and foster independence. And, they’re more involved in the emotional and cognitive aspects of a person’s journey. While a support coordinator might help with the logistics, a recovery coach will go the extra mile, focusing on your overall wellbeing and working with you to bring about real change in your life.
About Our Recovery Coaches
Before joining the Simply Helping family, each recovery coach and support worker goes through a series of rigorous checks. These checks include a police check, a working with children check, and confirmation of experience and qualifications. However, we look for more than a fantastic resume when onboarding our team members. We also ensure that every recovery coach and support worker we employ is a genuine, kind, and passionate person. And they must be committed to delivering quality support with a smile. So, with Simply Helping, you can rest easy knowing your support is in great hands.
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Let us provide the valuable support that guides you to recovery! Click here to learn more about Simply Helping Lower North Perth and our recovery coaching in Osborne Park. Or click here to contact our friendly team today.