About Carer Coach

To help mental health carers navigate the NDIS, Arafmi has developed Carer Coach – a five module training series specifically tailored to the needs of mental health carers and the people that they care for.

For many mental health carers, the NDIS can feel like a complex new system full of unfamiliar language. Carer Coach breaks this new process down into manageable steps, presented in clear and accessible language. Carer Coach aims to make carers feel more at ease with the NDIS and to build their knowledge and skills.

Carer Coach Arafmi

Carer Coach modules cover from when the person you care for is just beginning to consider the NDIS right through to when they are using their NDIS plan.

The Carer Coach training is available online and in a range of locations throughout South East Queensland. These face-to-face workshops are free but places are limited so registrations are essential.

About Arafmi

Arafmi is a not for profit community organisation that has been providing quality services to the Queensland community for over 40 years. Our vision is to enhance the wellbeing of people with mental illness, their families, carers and volunteers.

How we can support you

Arafmi Ltd is a registered NDIS provider and offers a range of core supports, capacity building supports and support for carers including:

  • Core Supports
  • Capacity Building Supports
  • Accommodation
  • Carer Support
  • NDIS Application Support

Whether you need help navigating the NDIS, looking for support services for a loved one or simply need someone you can talk to who understands, we’re here for you.

Contact us today to see how we can help you. Call 1300 554 660 or visit www.arafmi.com.au

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