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Cranbourne Hub



The MiLife-Victoria Cranbourne Hub provides an environment that enables people to engage in activities that develop skills for life and independence.

All activities are supported by qualified staff members and have learning based outcomes to align with participants' NDIS plan.

The Cranbourne Hub provides a range of activities such as daily living skills, home maintenance, language, literacy and numeracy skills and many more. Activities taking place over lunchtime will also include a lunch break. Click the link to view descriptions for each activity.

People who require individual support are able to be supported to participate in group activities.

If you are interested in participating in group activities at the Cranbourne Hub, and you have suitable NDIS funding please contact us.


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Activities provided at the Cranbourne Hub include:

Skills for Work Course

Skills for Work Course

Monday to Friday

Places available

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Course Overview

This course will provide participants with the opportunity to be part of the operations at our Hair Salon in Seaford and our Café at Langwarrin where you will gain work based learning experiences. You will become part of the team serving customers, money handling, washing hair and preparing food. This course is structured with two days in each venue and one day at our Cranbourne Hub where you will learn general work and employability skills. You must be able to travel to each of the venues throughout the week. These days can be negotiated.

Venues

Cranbourne Hub Training Room, Cranbourne

Designs for Hair - Ti-Tree Ave, Seaford

Coffee Potts Cafe, Langwarrin Community Aged Care, Potts Road, Langwarrin

Days and Times

Monday to Friday


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Kitchen and Garden

independence skills
Participants will research and prepare healthy food recipes and then step through the process of making a shopping list, shopping, preparing and cooking lunch to eat on the day. Participants will learn complex cooking skills and healthy eating habits. Recipes will be adapted to all abilities so participants can create their own cooking book to take home.

Numeracy and Literacy

Cranbourne Hub
Participants will work on letter and number recognition using stories. More experienced participants will work on writing journals or creating stories related to their interests.

Technology Skills

Technology IPad and Mobile Phone
Participants learn how to use and download different apps on their technology such as Google maps, internet banking, public transport finder, talk and text apps, photos.

Friendship and Social Group

Friendships Group and Social Skills
Participants will finish their day with a cuppa and a chat with their friends, while socialising together as a group - playing games, talking about common interests and plans for evening.

Travelling the World and Culture

Let's get sustainable
Participants will discuss and investigate changes in the world around them and how to adapt e.g. changing seasons, increases in temperatures and impacts on the environment. Knowledge will be gained via fun art activities and short nature walks to make learning enjoyable.

Creative Arts

Card making and packaging
Participants will research and experiment with ways of creating art and design using various materials.

Scrapbooking

Cranbourne Hub
Participants will learn how to make a scrap book of their favourite memories. Participants will be involved in looking at various ways of creating new pages and designs to complete a book of memories to be taken home at the end of the term.

Recycled Art

Cranbourne Hub
Participants will have a hands-on experience recycling, reusing, and reducing the use of resources in ways that are sustainable to help people, the environment and society. Participants will work on a variety of recycled art activities using every day household items, and items that can be found in nature. Nature walks in the community will take place to collect items and enhance creativity.

Creative Art and High Tea

Cranbourne Hub
Participants will be designing jewellery, diamond art, nail art, and making invitations, table decorations, food and menus to run a high tea. Participants will visit local cafes to get ideas for preparing a high tea.

MiLife Newsletter

MiLife newsletter
Participants will gain confidence liaising and practicing interview skills, while using computers to collate information for writing and producing articles to be published in the MiLife-Victoria newsletter. The final product will be shared with participants, family and staff.

Social and relationships - Culture Club

culture club
Participants will explore aspects of the world or culture according to their interests.

Social and relationships - Team Friendship

Cranbourne Hub
Participants will engage in different activities to build friendships, social skills, conflict resolution, negotiation and confidence building.

Creative Expression, Arts and Communication

Cranbourne Hub
Participants will work on developing fine motor, problem solving and communication skills through creative expression, arts and construction

Independence and Living Skills

Cranbourne Hub
Participants will learn about the NDIS and advocacy. Discussions will include - setting goals, how to choose workers, what funds can be spent on. Participants will also research and visit VALID to learn about self advocacy and their rights.

Mind, Body and Wellbeing

Cranbourne Hub
Participants will engage in activities to promote their mind, body and wellbeing.



Sufficient participant numbers required for groups to run. MiLife-Victoria reserves the right to cancel a program if there is insufficient uptake.


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