My Future My Way

Helping you enter and access the NDIS Full Support - No Waiting Lists



My Future My Way’ is a registered provider of supports through the NDIA, Provider Number 58660812.
The arrival of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) presents an exciting opportunity for participants to choose what support they receive and how it’s delivered. The NDIS aims to change the way people with a disability, their families and carers are supported in Australia.
‘My Future My Way’ delivers quality and value for money solutions through a range of individualised services. Change can be scary, and the NDIS is a big change, aimed at significantly enriching the lives of people with disability in Australia. Being prepared is the key to a successful planning process. Walking into your planning session with the NDIA planner with a good sense of your goals, will assist with ensuring that the plan.

‘My Future My Way’ assists families to prepare for their planning meeting.

NDIS in South Australia

From 1 February 2016 the NDIS will begin to be rolled out in full. The NDIS will be made available progressively across the state over the next two years. From 1 February 2016, children aged between 0 to 14 years of age across South Australia will continue to enter the NDIS. From 1 January 2017, young people aged between 15 and 17 years of age across South Australia will begin to enter the NDIS. From 1 July 2017, adults aged 18 to 64 years of age will begin to enter the NDIS based on where they live. You can find more information on the NDIS website:
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Management & Planning

Plan Management, Coordination, Case Management and Service Planning

As a participant you may request consideration of the use of a registered plan management provider to manage some or all of the supports in your plan.
‘My Future My Way’ is an approved Disability Service Provider and is registered through the NDIS to undertake Plan Management and Coordination, Case management and Service Planning. Our staff have extensive experience in the management, coordination and planning of services and ensures that we maximise the supports in your plan; being both resourceful and creative we ensure that your supports represent ‘value for money’ and deliver the goals of your plan. We will work with you to undertake the management of your plan, including a range of activities to assist you in negotiating and coordinating the provision of support. This could include sourcing providers, negotiating method and timing of delivery of support and negotiating individual requirements as part of the plan management. Our policy and procedures ensure we manage any conflict of interest should we, as a registered plan management agency also provide other support to you.
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Managing Life Stages

Assistance in coordinating or managing life stages, transitions and supports

‘My Future My Way’ provides services that focus on strengthening the participant’s ability to coordinate their support, assist them to live at home and to participate in their community. This can include: assisting the person with budgeting, life planning, parent education, dealing with and resolving crisis situations, developing capacity and resilience and coordinating support.
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Integrate Into School

Assistance to integrate into school or other educational program

‘My Future My Way’ is registered to provide assistance for school integration and includes an Early Childhood Educator who has extensive experience in working in school settings. We provide assistance to integrate into school or other educational programs, and participate alongside their peers in school or educational programs. Using strengths based approach we work with the child and the school to establish routines, build confidence and provide strategies for successful integration.
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Daily Personal Activities

Assistance with daily personal activities

‘My Future My Way’ provides assistance with daily personal activities; Assisting with and/or supervising personal tasks of daily life to develop skills of the participant to live as autonomously as possible. This support is provided individually to participant and may be provided in a range of environments such as home or community or other relevant setting.

‘My Future My Way’ holds a Children’s Residential Facility License through Families SA and may provide daily personal activities such as toilet training in creative and alternative ways. Talk to us to see what we can do to support you. Our Developmental Educator can tailor a program specific to the goals of your plan.
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Daily Living Skills

Development of daily living and life skills

‘My Future My Way’ provides assistance with daily living and life skills; this includes training and development activities undertaken by the participant or their carer to increase the ability to live as autonomously as possible.

Training can be provided either individually or through group activities and can include independent living, communication and social skills and problem solving.
Our skilled team of professionals understand and value the role and contribution of parents and significant others in the life of the participant. We work with and walk alongside families providing parent education to build resilience.

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Civic Activities

Participation in community, social and civic activities

‘My Future My Way’ provides assistance to access and to participate in community, social and civic activities by developing and enhancing a participant’s skills and providing support during these activities. Our support staff hold a minimum of Certificate III in Disability or equivalent and undergo thorough induction and orientation.
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Therapeutic support

Gain skills and improve independence

‘My Future My Way’ provides transdisciplinary Therapeutic Support to assist the participant gain skills and improve independence related to their identified needs. For example, in areas such as language and communication, mobility and movement, interpersonal relationships support towards positive changes in the person's functioning, development and well-being. These supports are provided within a multi-disciplinary team, which includes a Social Worker, Developmental Educator, Occupational Therapist, Speech Pathologist and Psychologist we work to maximise opportunities for growth and development. Our therapeutic support is delivered as part of a whole of life approach and is integrated into everyday activity so that it is meaningful and relevant. The service is extended by the use of therapy assistance acting under the supervision of the therapist and is delivered in the participant’s natural environment.
‘My Future My Way’ provides individual and group Counselling, Trauma Therapy, which includes Sensorimotor Psychotherapy. Sensorimotor Psychotherapy draws from somatic therapies, neuroscience, attachment theory, and cognitive approaches, as well as from the Hakomi method. We work with participants to facilitate knowledge, emotional acceptance and growth and the optimal development of personal resources. This assists participants gain greater insight into their lives and reach their personal goals.

‘My Future My Way’ provides Behaviour Support to facilitate contribution to the understanding of a person's behaviour and design of person specific strategies to assist a person to achieve their goals.
‘My Future My Way’ works with participants using positive behaviour support strategies that aim at limiting the likelihood of behaviours of concern developing and /or increasing, providing assistance to the participant, their family and support persons.
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Early intervention

Supports for early childhood

Therapeutic support is provided by our team of allied health professionals and provides a range of interventions within a transdisciplinary model designed to enhance development and maximise the potential of the child.
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Prader-Willi Syndrome

First Prader-Willi specific group home in SA

With extensive experience in management and training of support staff in the first Prader-Willi specific group home in SA and as Chairperson of the PWS Association of South Australia, Anna Hughes leads the team of experienced staff in supporting individuals and families living with Prader-Willi Syndrome. Sabina Hunter utilises neurobiology based interventions for behaviour management and mindfulness and somatic therapy to complement Anna’s approach to nutrition.
Our support includes children, adolescence, adults and families. Networking with professionals with access to the Prader-Willi Clinic at the Royal Adelaide Hospital, participants and their families can have confidence in service provision that enhances quality of life.
’My Future My Way’ works collaboratively to achieve a balance between the management of the syndrome and the ability to achieve the highest quality of life.
Our team of experienced staff is well versed in all aspects of the syndrome and its impact on health, emotion, behavioural and psychological implications for the participant. Training and support includes neuroendocrine features, specific characteristics, cognitive strengths and weaknesses, behavioural support strategies, overview of the non- food related complexities of the syndrome, obesity management and nutrition information to support people living with Prader-Willi Syndrome. The dedicated team at works with families and participants to develop solid working relationships with foundations built upon effective strategies and assist people living with PWS to realise their dreams and goals and achieve happiness and quality of life.

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Social Skills Program

Learn And Develop Social Skills

Social skills are vital to a child’s future interpersonal relationships. The early childhood and early school years are formative where children engage in a social manner, make friends, learn to cooperate with others and begin to solve problems. Some children develop skills easily whilst others need support to maximise their potential.
Our team delivers our social skills program focusing on emotional intelligence and problem solving skills for children in a group environment. With a ratio of 3 staff to a maximum of 8 participants, children will be well supported to achieve their outcomes. The carers may consult a therapist during the group session to share strengths and supports and build resources for resilience beyond the program.
Our social skills programs are based in the community, enhancing the opportunity to develop friendships and make connections. They teach children about sharing, taking turns, social norms, listening, solving problems and dealing with feelings. Children are supported to learn how to relate to others and develop socially skilled behaviours that will help them develop friendships and get along with others. Through play and activities our social skills programs aim to build self-esteem and improve social communication. Children will learn appropriate social engagement in the context of everyday activities such as preparing food, painting, drawing, storytelling, gardening and playing.
We run social skills programs on Saturdays for up to 2 hours.

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My Future My Way’s Carolyn Grove respite home is a beautiful home in picturesque Athelstone and provides respite services for adults and children age 8- 18. Adult and children services are not provided con currently. The home is adjacent Linear Park with lots of trees, play areas and walking trails.

‘My Future My Way’ is committed to a therapeutic model of support, which enhances the development of participants in a way that meets their needs and nurtures growth. Skills development programs are a focal point of service delivery and will be implemented in conjunction with the participant and their family.

Carolyn Grove provides support to three participants at any given time with a minimum of one staff at all times. The staffing ratio is tailored to meet the need of specific individuals.

Carolyn Grove is designed to support individuals that are ambulant and with mild to moderate support needs.

‘My Future My Way’ Carolyn Grove’s respite service has four bedrooms, one is used for overnight staff and the remaining three bedrooms will be used for respite. Each bedroom will accommodate one participant at any given time.

Carolyn Grove offers a safe and secure living arrangements with the opportunity to develop skills within a therapeutic model of support.