Learning Creative Skills is not for profit charity that was founded in 2017 by a group of passionate disability support workers with aim of improving the lives of people with a disability including people of CALD who face numerous barriers to integrate into the mainstream community.
At Learning Creative Skills, we offer long term, mid-term and short-term accommodations in the homes we provide and with ongoing 24-hour support services and accommodations whilst our supportive staff assist with daily needs. We also offer recreational and vocational activities at our day activity centre located at Andrews Farms where participants can engage in a range of activities of their choice and learn new skills as well.
The Art program we provide at our day option and recreational centre is structured to operate as a social enterprise, meaning revenue derived from the program’s activities is invested back into the program to increase its artistic and social outcomes. Income derived from the sale and exhibition of artwork directly benefits the artist.
As a charity, Learning Creative Skills strives towards improving the lives of the vulnerable people so they can be productive and be accepted as valued members of the general community through teaching them useful skills, allowing them to access recreational and leisure activities and acquire homes of their own and enjoy life to the fullest just like everyone else.
We therefore rely on the support from our volunteers, staff and working partners from the diverse ethnic communities.
A world that only sees abilities.
To provide life skills and to enable participants to become valued members of the general community.
We do what we say, we care and we act with diligence and empathy Achievement – Helping people to achieve their full potential We strive towards helping the vulnerable people to live a quality life.