Recovery requires active and positive involvement by you which includes choice, responsibility, control and empowerment. This is done through a therapeutic climate where caring, inclusive relationships promote meaningful change in service users’ lives. Pathways SouthWest offers transport to aid in the motivation to attend activities.
An informal social activity available weekly (Friday) , where those experiencing mental illness can mix, play games, engage in artwork, and social interactions. Clients are encouraged to take part in the lunch preparations and develop kitchen and cooking skills as part of the group.
BOWLING AND POOL
Conducted every week (Wednesday) with transport available.
TASTE OF LIFE
Conducted every six weeks or so (on Wednesday), we offer our consumers an outing-selected from a variety of venues and places of interest within our community and surrounding areas. This might be a trip to the movies, a picnic or beach outing or a visit to a museum or gallery. A fun filled outing to relax, learn and enjoy with company and support.
Held at the Withers Community Garden every Tuesday morning, this healthy activity provides many benefits for consumers: enjoyment from exercise improving endurance, strength, mobility and flexibility, meeting people, socialising, relaxation reducing stress levels. Fresh food used to maintain a healthy eating plan. A calming and restful experience.
Conducted every Monday and Wednesday mornings at various locations around Bunbury. If the weather is bad or too hot then sometimes we “walk” to a local coffee shop and just have a catch up.
Transport is provided every Thursday for Pathways SouthWest consumers on regular routes to shopping centres around Bunbury.