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MENTORING

What is a Mentor?

A mentor is a person who a young person can establish a trusting relationship through the facilitation of activities that are relevant to the mentee’s interests, strengths and talents.  

 

First and foremost, Life Skill’s Hub encourages young people to be their true, authentic selves, and our mentors do just that by fostering mutually cooperative and supportive relationships built on a foundation of trust.  Mentors engage in activities of shared interests to promote fun, as well as exposing them to new ideas.  

 

Mentors help young people to set goals and work towards them by offering guidance, support and encouragement through meaningful conversations. They dedicate time and attention to support the development of life skills, confidence, resilience,  and empower them to make positive life choices. 

 

Our large group room provides an environment where clients and their mentors can participate in activities in a shared space. This provides a natural environment to facilitate increased social engagement and provide positive experiences with others in the community.   

FORMAT

60 minute sessions  

Mentoring sessions are available on a weekly or fortnightly basis depending on client and mentor availability.  

COST

Monday–Friday: $74.50 per hour 

Saturday:  $92.00 per hour

Cancellation policy:

48+ hours notice: No cancellation fee

24-48 hours notice: 90% of intended fee

24 hours or less: 100% of intended fee

To Book

Email: admin@lifeskillshub.com.au

Phone: 08 8180 0761

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Meet Our Mentors

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George

Mentor, Future Physio, 
& Sport Enthusiast

Ellen received a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours) in 2021. She worked in paediatric private practice before commencing her employment at Life Skills Hub at the start of 2023. She also has a background in support work with young adults with disabilities and understands the challenges faced in everyday living.  

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Tim

Dungeon Master

Tim is our Dungeon Master, running our two Dungeons and Dragons groups on Thursday afternoons. Tim's energy and enthusiasm for helping young people use their imagination and creativity to have fun made him a great fit for our team. He is a creative person, and likes to try many different things, as well as cooking, painting, crafting, and gaming.

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Tayla

Mentor

& Admin Assistant

Tayla is a bubbly person with a passion for helping others and working with young children. Coming from an admin and community aged care practice and working with children, as a netball coach and as a swimming instructor; Tayla has gained knowledge in speaking and interacting with a variety of people and working with NDIS providers.

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Kelsey

Mentor
& Barbie Enthusiast

Kelsey is a mentor at LSH and helps support our cooking therapy groups on Thursday and the weekends! Kelsey’s extensive experience working with children helps her connect with our clients - particularly if it is about Disney or Barbie! Kelsey’s playful and bubbly nature makes her a great addition to our team!

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Josh W

Mentor
& Dungeon Master

Josh comes to us as an additional Dungeon Master and Gaming expert! Josh has a kind and gentle demeanour and is motivated to support children and young people to help them thrive. With interests in gaming, superheros and board games - we just KNOW that a lot of our clients will have lots to talk about with him! ​

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Carla

Mentor, Future OT,

& Coffee Lover

Carla is one of our newest team members who joins our team as a mentor and admin assistant. She may look a little familiar to our clients, but don't worry, you aren't imagining it! She is the twin sister of our lovely mentor, Tayla. Carla joins us with experience in netball coaching, disability support and joins our team of future OT's!

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