How we work
We support and encourage self-directed goals and requests for experiences. We are committed to a person-centred strengths-based approach ensuring children, young people and vulnerable adults are at the centre of every decision made. We work with you to improve your quality of life and encourage your personal growth and self-empowerment. We provide hands-on support to persons to achieve their serenity in a safe and comfortable space throughout the community and onsite.
We believe every individual has the right to be safe and respected; we recognise and upholds the dignity and rights of all children, young people and vulnerable adults. We uphold and maintain the highest standards of professional conduct and will not behave in a manner that is harmful when working with children, young people, and vulnerable adults.
We are a dedicated team of professionals with a skills base spanning health and safety, community services, support and care work, early education, management and much more. We have personal experience or caring and supporting experience with mental health, physical health, disabilities and vulnerability. We’re about making your life better and helping you achieve your goals and building your skills to achieve serenity in any space available.
While the meaning can vary from person to person, the practice of serenity can make a big difference. Serenity can help you find inner peace, enjoy a less chaotic lifestyle and throw away the things that hindered you in the past. Your life is beautiful, and through serenity and skill based development, you can reclaim control over all situations.
The definition of serenity is a state of being calm, peaceful and untroubled. Achieving this positive state of mind means you won’t feel as troubled by life’s ups and downs; serenity will help you stay calm and true to yourself.