Who we assist
We assist people who identify as being members of the Stolen Generations across South East Australia. Connecting Home considers a member of the Stolen Generations to be an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person who was removed or separated from family, land, language and culture as a result of past policies, including adoption, foster care and institutionalisation
At Connecting Home we believe that everyone is unique and will require tailored supports and programs to assist with their individual journey of healing.
Our Support Program provides person- centered support to people requesting assistance.
Contact us and make an appointment to see us:
- To have a yarn
- Obtain advice
- Get a referral
- Find out what to expect from our services
Although this is a broad based service typically we are able to assist you with the following areas:
How do you see yourself?
How do others see you?
How do you want to be seen?
What do you want in the future?
Personal control over;
- physical environment
* daily schedule
* our needs for privacy
* control over privileged and personal information.
Do you have personal control over life events?
Your Community and Belonging
Who is part of your community?
Who do you want to be part of my community?
What roles are missing in your community?
what is your role in you community?
what safety risks are you concerned about (home and community)?
how do you ensure that you feel safe in your environment?
Do you know your rights!
The rights most important to you are…
Supports and information to exercise your rights that you need are…
Your Health Wellbeing
Do you feel Healthy?
Mental and Physical Health concerns
who do you discuss my physical and mental health concerns with?
what supports are in place to aid your health (medication, supports, other)?
what healing do you need?
Connecting Home’s Support Program can also link you with group healing programs that are either hosted by Connecting Home or other agencies.