Pathways To Mental Health - Adventure Experiences
Earth Care, People Care, Fair Share
Amenities
Air-conditioning
Companion Card Accepted
Disabled Bathroom
Free WIFI
Non-Smoking
Off Site Disabled Parking
On Site Disabled Parking
Reservation Required
Service Dog Provisions
Smoking Allowed (Outside)
Some Steps
Step-Free Experience
Suitable For Events
Description

Pathways To Mental Health – Adventure Experiences

Pathways To Mental Health – Adventure Accessible Experiences utilise the primary adventure activities of hiking, stand-up paddleboarding, kayaking, mountain biking and fishing to deliver capacity building concepts and skills in line with a participant’s NDIS plan goals around
health, fitness, mental wellbeing, and self-management.

Note: some activities suit assisted wheelchair and independent wheelchair users but not all/ The team at Pathways To Mental Health will tailor to your disability level.

Adventure Skills program outcomes: Pathways uses activity and adventure programmes to assist participants to build capacity and independence through a variety of activity-based programs. Activities include:

  • Fishing
  • Bird watching
  • Bushwalking (and wheeling)
  • Kayaking
  • Cycling
  • Horse riding
  • Cooking
  • Paddleboarding
  • Gardening

Personal, Social, and Emotional:

  • Identify personal goals.
  • Develop insight into health, nutrition, and how they contribute
    to concepts of wellbeing for oneself.
  • Research and discuss opportunities in the community to
    further, pursue health goals.
  • Learn, utilise, and develop strategies to regulate emotions.
  • Explore new methods and activities for whole health.
  • Reflect on experiences and new knowledge in creative ways.

Communication:

  • Utilise communication during practical tasks.
  • Develop a ‘balance’ of thoughts and actions through
    grounding techniques.
  • Identify personal challenges and communicate them in
    positive and productive ways.
  • Use planning to strengthen motivation and action of goals.
  • Participate in active listening and utilise learning in self-practice.
  • Encourage others through one’s own learning, self-discovery,
    and progress.

Problem Solving:

  • Utilise communication during practical tasks.
  • Develop a ‘balance’ of thoughts and actions through
    grounding techniques.
  • Identify personal challenges and communicate them in
    positive and productive ways.
  • Use planning to strengthen motivation and action of goals.
  • Participate in active listening and utilise learning in self-practice.
  • Encourage others through one’s own learning, self-discovery
    and progress.

 

Knowledge and Understanding:

  • Explore adventure activities as a tool for capacity building.
  • Identify opportunities to continue with improved health and
    wellbeing in the community.
  • Implement new knowledge and skills.
  • Explain how choices have affected personal health and
    wellbeing.
  • Identify new opportunities for ‘whole of health’ living and
    lifestyle.

Their programs can be either self-funded or funded through NDIS to meet your capacity-building goals.

Is entry free of charge?: No – entry fee charged
What is the cost for visitors?: funded through NDIS
Do you accept Companion Card?: Yes
Is a reservation required?: Yes

Cancellation Policy:

Pathways To Mental Health require 2 weeks notice to cancel your place on their programs.

 

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