New Haven Farm Home is an accommodation and lifestyle support service dedicated to providing person centred support for people living with a disability.
Located at multiple sites in the Hawkesbury area of NSW, New Haven Farm Home provides permanent and short-term accommodation for more than 40 clients each year. Our team is dedicated to enhancing the lives of people with a disability, helping them achieve their personal goals through an individualised approach to care, skill development and community inclusion.
We are a trusted not-for-profit organisation, with 60 years of experience helping people with a disability through holistic and individually tailored care and support programs.
New Haven Farm Home staff are highly qualified and committed to delivering exceptional quality services to the people in our care and their families. Staff work together to create a safe, positive environment of belonging, encouragement and respect.
It is important to us that each individual is in the centre of the decisions made about their lives, with choice in the activities they participate in, the skills they would like to learn and develop, and the goals they would like to achieve.
New Haven Farm Home values the community in which we are all a part of and encourages and supports individuals to be involved and integrated in the everyday community environment – living, working, learning and contributing. While developing social and living skills, this sense of belonging and inclusion enables individuals and their gifts to be respected and appreciated by others as valued members of the community.
One of Ward's goals is to improve his health and fitness.
Working towards his goal, Ward has been going to the local gym Active8 Richmond each week.
Ward's fitness is improving all of the time, with his endurance levels in the gym increasing week by week.
Ben was happy to receive his blue belt at his recent Taekwondo grading and is now working towards developing his skills to achieve the next belt.
David attends a local Men's Shed group where he is being supported to learn how to use a range of woodworking tools while working on projects with other members in the community