We focus on providing high-quality personalised support to NDIS Participants to increase their independence, inclusion, and social and economic participation. We use a person-centred approach to care that puts the Participant at the centre of decision-making.
Everyone has the right to choose the support they receive, and we believe it should be a fun journey. That is why we offer our Participants Community Access activities that encourage self-expression, promote confidence, and foster social interaction in a relaxed environment.
Our passionate team is committed to upholding our vision and supporting Participants to live enriched lives.
If you have any questions, please contact us and we will talk you through our programs and activities to help you decide the support that suits your needs.
We will support you in developing the tools you need to live a better life through the guidance and emotional support of our dedicated staff. We offer engaging and enjoyable Community Access activities in a safe and supportive environment through our Making Tracks programs.
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News and Events
Here’s an update of the exciting events that took place in November
November was an exciting month for us as we hosted our third annual Art Exhibition. The event was graced by the Minister for Disability Services, Jo Palmer, and attracted 411 visitors who came to view the amazing artworks on display. We were thrilled to sell 25 art pieces, making the exhibition a huge success.
When I first came to OnTrack I had never really painted in my life and I surprised myself. Mum has said to me “we have got an artist in the family.” [Art] gives me an opportunity to get out and do something for myself and for the community and I enjoy coming here and meeting new friends.
It’s good to know that I can do something. It’s good to be able to get out in the community. I would never be putting myself out there as much if it wasn’t for OnTrack Tasmania. I had never been to Karaoke and the holiday [to Gold Coast] I was on recently I wouldn’t be able to go to that without OnTrack. A lot of Autistic people like me, you wouldn’t get them to do half the stuff I was doing, you wouldn’t get them to go to Karaoke, part of Autism is it’s difficult to socialise and they can’t help it I guess but I want to encourage everyone that they can do it.
Today we made pasta from scratch and I like eating pasta. [I enjoy the cooking class because I like] spending time with other friends, you make good friends here. I do a lot of cooking at home now. I like to make chocolate cake from scratch.
[The Digital Literacy Program (DLP)] gives people the opportunity to learn how to use computers and get confident at it. I feel more confident with using computers whereas I was hesitant in the past. My internet searching skills have improved like finding information online. Moreover, the DLP leader has been a good teacher. The way she explains things, she talks in an easy-to-understand language and has good communication skills. I’m happy with what I have achieved.
I normally get [community access] support two days a week. I play cricket and go to Hyperdrive. I have a big TV in my bedroom so I can watch cricket games and YouTube and have a play station to play games. Come to OnTrack Tasmania they will help you out.
We pick what we want to do. Sometimes we go to mini-golf, basketball, cricket, soccer. We get to know each other everyone joins in and we always have fun. I reckon OnTrack is the best to come because they do more stuff than other companies do.
I like sharing [accommodation] with my housemate and how chilled it is. I go to the social nights, and like seeing all my friends. Come to OnTrack, they are a great provider.
“Keep trying and never give up.” I have been with OnTrack Tasmania since 2019. OnTrack supports me in getting out of the house and doing things and my support workers understand me. I was inspired to get my driver’s licence by Quade who was my team leader at the time. Quade supported me in preparing for the driving test. I was excited when I passed my driving test and couldn’t wait to share the news with my family. I have a car now and I would like to drive myself to Devonport.
I attend Digital Literacy class every Thursday and I like it because the program leader is very approachable, knowledgable and lets me ask questions. I have learned coding, setting up a computer within a computer system, instant website AI build in 3 minutes, geo-location and GPS, ChatGPT and generating QR codes for my social links.