Lives Lived Well has recently introduced an exciting new program designed to assist residents in nurturing their mental health and wellbeing.
The Residential Aged Care Home (RACH) Group Program is a free initiative, made possible through funding by the Darling Downs and West Moreton PHN.
Karla Smith, Team Leader for Clinical Services at Lives Lived Well, said the response to the introduction of the program over the past month has been remarkably positive.
“Mental health is a critical aspect of overall health and wellbeing, and its significance remains unchanged, regardless of age or living arrangements,” she said.
“Our team of experienced and qualified facilitators is committed to ensuring the participants receive the best support possible.
“They are passionate about making a positive impact on the lives of aged care residents.”
Available in towns across the Darling Downs and West Moreton region, the RACH Group Program spans six sessions, making it an accessible and comprehensive resource for residents in need of support.
Each session aims to empower and support residents on their mental health journey, addressing unhelpful thinking patterns, developing effective coping skills, building self-confidence, and helping them set meaningful goals for the future. The initiative strives to create a supportive environment where individuals can improve their overall wellbeing and lead happier lives.
Importantly, there is no need for a specialist or GP referral to access this program. To learn more about the RACH Group Program, we encourage residential aged care homes in the region to simply give us a call on 1300 101 149.
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