We work within the framework of our training and accreditation as well as under the Code of Conduct set out for those in the Disability Sector and under the NDIS and respect the rights of those we come in contact with to be supported to move with choice and control in their daily lives. We also fall under the Code of Conduct of the IICT (International Institute for Complimentary Therapists) and honour your privacy and confidentiality according to these guidelines.
Here is a copy of the Code of Conduct direct from the Victoria Disablity Worker Commission website:
The Code requires that disability workers, in providing supports or services to people with a disability, must:
Our mission is to support people to their highest potential through person centred care and from a connected, respectful, community minded place....whatever age, body type, sexuality, gender orientation, race or cultural background.
Company policies –
It is our policy to interact, human to human, to be accessible to people and to ensure we are meeting people where they are at from a centred place. There are many companies who automate most everything, who fit as many clients as possible into their day and into their classes--it makes great business sense, but does it meet people where they are? Or can it be part of reopening peoples old wounds of rejection and being shown they are not important enough to be heard and seen day to day?
We take on only a small amount of clients and we work in small class sizes because we want to meet the real you, to honour the person you are and to work with you to your potential.-We love community that shows genuine commitment to one anothers' journey.
We follow the OHS guidelines of the State of Victoria, the Code of Conduct as outlined earlier, the Guidelines of the IICT.
1. We hope to always meet you where you are at, if we misread what you need, make a mistake or do not meet your standards, please bring it up with us directly via email, phone or face to face.
2. If you do not feel able to bring it up with us for any reason, please take your complaint to your Case Manager if you are under the NDIS funding and your Case Manager can intercede for you.
If you are not managed under the NDIS, and you do not feel you can speak to us directly, please direct your concerns to our Independent Supervisor.
3/ If resolution still cannot be found, please direct your concern to the NDIS Safety Commissioner or your local Ombudsman for the matter to be considered and dealt with sufficiently
ABOUT THE FOUNDER OF THAT HAPPY PLACE
Mia Devani is the founder of "That Happy Place" and a long term proponent of bringing happiness and joy to the world, and in particular, those who have experienced trauma, through healthy thinking, healthy living, healthy communication and connection and a good solid dose of playfulness! You can find more out about Mia here
Code of Conduct
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About the Founder