Community Participation

Make more friends

Learn new stuff

Do the things you love

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Community and wellbeing activities

Get curious and get out and about.

What would you love to do more of? What haven’t you done YET, that you’d love to try?

Dare yourself to do things differently. We’re here to make that happen!

Choose your own adventure

Tell us what you’d love to do. We’ll do everything we can to make it happen.

Enrol in a course or join a club, volunteer or do paid work, get and keep fit.

‘My son is always asked what he would like to do….’

‘My son does community access with Mirrors Care. It’s great to see him out in the community again. He is always asked what he would like to do. The staff at Mirrors Care really do care about the wellbeing of their clients.’ 



Need help to live your best life?

Community and wellbeing activities FAQ

Can I pick my own activities?

Definitely! Tell us what you already love to do or would like to try for the first time, and we’ll make it happen.

Not sure what you’re interested in? No dramas, you can’t know what you don’t know. We’ve got loads of ideas. And we’ll have your back while you try new things to find out what works for you.

Can I do things in a group?

Yes! We can take you to pools, parks, movies, and much more.

Go to a class in art or music or cooking, learn origami or lawn bowls, or simply hang out with friends.

Whatever you fancy and wherever you need to go for it, we’ll help get you there. 

How are my community activities funded?

Social and Community Participation is included in one of the following categories in your NDIS plan.

  • Core – Assistance with Social & Community Participation
  • Capacity Building – Increased Social & Community Participation

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