All people, regardless of ability, can add significant value to our community. That’s the philosophy of Being Mentors––a mentoring and support service helping participants to increase their skills and better contribute to society.
We caught up with the team to learn more about the services they provide and how they’re boosting success with participants.
Who are Being Mentors?
Being Mentors is a registered NDIS provider support work, guidance and
mentoring business that provides care, assistance and mentoring to people of all ages and
Our service is individualised to meet participants’ needs and recognises the importance of creating person-centred experiences. We aim to provide genuine care while striving towards NDIS goals and promoting self-determination.
The Being Mentors team is highly-skilled. They take pride in their work and regularly engage in coaching and ongoing professional development, which we believe is necessary to best accommodate the needs of our clients.
How did Being Mentors come to be?
Founded by a close group of friends in Darwin, Being Mentors believe that all people regardless of ability can add significant and immeasurable value to our community.
What services do Being Mentors provide?
The Being Mentors team positively contributes to the well-being of participants, inspiring them to take large strides towards greater social independence and achieving set goals.
Core services include:
- Skill development/life skills
- Transition plans
- Community access/engagement
- Implementation of Positive Behaviour Support Plans
- Supporting employment pathways
- Activities of daily living/personal care
- Respite care
Which regions do Being Mentors service?
We currently service Queensland, Northern Territory, Northern New South Wales and Melbourne regions.
What’s the Being Mentors difference?
With a key focus on understanding the events and circumstances that have shaped a person,
we understand the impact of going above and beyond.
We pride ourselves on our Participant Journey––through our intake process and compatibility
assessments, we ensure that participants are introduced to a mentor who has the appropriate skill set, experience, and character to provide the best care. If we cannot guarantee this, we will refer to other trusted providers.
Do you have capacity?
We currently have capacity to meet with new participants. We’re currently providing supports as far west as Werribee, up north to Mernda, down to the Mornington Peninsula and everywhere in between.
What’s the best way to get in touch?
We’re also happy to visit offices to introduce ourselves in person and share our story.