These are the resources from the second session of the My Home, My Way workshop. On this page you'll find a recording of the workshop session and the resources mentioned during the workshop.
Thank you for attending session two of the My Home, My Way workshop. Once again the turnout was terrific and your contributions to the workshop were much appreciated.
If you have any questions about the workshop series, please contact Gayle email@example.com
The topics covered in this session include:
- Housing options – presented by David Havercroft of Rights and Inclusion Australia
- Living in my own home
David Havercroft’s presentation is embedded in the replay and also available to watch as a standalone video below the replay.
Please note that the replay has been edited to remove breaks and participant conversation at the end of the workshop.
Resources mentioned in the workshop
First Steps – Exploring Community
Community is an extension of the home we live in. Last week we brainstormed the question what makes a good home for you? Jan has highlighted in blue some of the ideas on the board that were related to the connection between home and community.
Role of Neighbour
- Video – The Art of Belonging – Hugh Mackay
- Podcast Episode – The Pineapple Project – Howdy Neighbour featuring Jan Fran and Hugh Mackay
- Article – 5 Steps to Being Neighbourly – by Relationships Australia
This is My Home
Housing Examples and Money Matters
Resources from David
David and Rights and Inclusion Australia have provided a comprehensive list of resources. You can download this below.
This information has been provided by Rights & Inclusion Australia, through the Opening the Door Project – https://riaustralia.org/
If you have any questions that you’d like us to relay to David, please send them to Jacki: firstname.lastname@example.org
Essential Elements of Home
In this section, we brainstormed three questions
- What typical things do people do in their own homes?
- What new roles might people take up in their own homes?
- What new skills might people need to learn?
What typical things do people do in their own homes?
What new roles might people take up in their own homes?
What new skills might people need to learn?
During the presentation, Jan made reference to some other resources.
In this presentation, Lisa Bridle from Community Resource Unit (CRU) in Queensland relates the story of her son Sean’s transition to moving out of the family home. Jan referred to this story in reference to the skills needed to move out of home. When he first moved out, Sean couldn’t iron. The family employed someone to take care of the ironing while Sean developed other skills.
My Share House
In this presentation, Ruth and Rhonda Faragher relate the story of Ruth’s journey to moving out into a share house with one of her friends. Jan referred to this story in relation to problem-solving. Ruth’s bin was stolen, and Ruth came up with the solution.