Learning Centre and Community Programs
MiLife-Victoria recognises that everyone is different and as such their needs are not all the same. For some people it is all about maintaining skills for independence, whereas for others it is about building capacity to become more independent.
At MiLife-Victoria we offer a broad range of programs which are either based within one of our Learning Centre's or within the community. Programs offered are generally within a group or can be provided as one on one support.
MiLife-Victoria programs are based on an educational curriculum framework which have been specifically written to accommodate the learning needs of people with disabilities and are specifically designed to build on and maintain people’s skills.
As every program or course has its own overview and lesson plan, evidence of participation and achievement of goals is easy to provide to customers and families. An individuals goals can be matched to their NDIS goals. Evidence of learning and achievement can then be shown to the NDIS upon review of the previous plan and commencement of a new plan.
Group programs and courses are held at one of our Learning Centres.
Alternatively group programs may held in the local community. MiLife-Victoria works across the Local Government areas of Frankston, Casey, Dandenong, Mornington Peninsula and Bayside.
Learning and Development
MiLife-Victoria offers non-accredited education programs, funded through the Council of Adult Community and Further Education (ACFE), which are designed to support people with a disability to develop confidence and provide them with skills to support preparation for work, volunteering or other vocational activities.
For more information about our ACFE programs visit the ACFE page.