Introducing our FREE Learn2Adult Coaching Service

Last year we launched Learn2Adult, a decision-making roadmap tool for teenagers and young adults living with disability. Learn2Adult prepares young people to take control of their lives and become confident adult decision-makers as well as assisting families with that transition.

The tool is provided as a workbook that covers the type of decisions adults can make and how to learn to make those decisions. You can download the Learn2Adult  decision-making roadmap tool from our website.

Free coaching

Thanks to continuing support by Telethon, we are now delighted to introduce our free, individualised Learn2Adult coaching service.

Our Learn2Adult Coach works with teenagers and young adults living with disability. Tailored coaching sessions will help you to use the Learn2Adult decision-making roadmap tool to provide a smoother, less stressful and more effective transition to developing an adult-adult relationship within the family. You can choose to have coaching online or face-to-face in your own home, at the Mosaic Office in Jandakot, or somewhere else that suits you.

All Learn2Adult coaching sessions are 1:1, tailored to your unique needs, and completely confidential.

Who is eligible for coaching?

Our free, individualised Learn2Adult coaching services is available to:

  • Teenagers living with disability who are aged 14 to 17 and their families
  • Young adults living with disability who are aged 18 to 24

Register now!

If you are interested in taking advantage of this free service you can register NOW by downloading the Learn2Adult coaching registration form and returning it to us via email at Our Learn2Adult Coach will get in touch with you to talk about coaching.

Introducing our coach

Meet Sophie Hope – our wonderful Learn2Adult Coach. Sophie is passionate about nurturing the growth and wellbeing of teenagers and young adults. She loves helping them to thrive and feel empowered so their quality of life is enhanced.

Sophie’s experience covers both the Childcare and Disability sectors, giving her the ideal background for this role. She has a Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care and is currently completing her Certificate IV in Community Services. And when she isn’t being our Learn2Adult Coach, she enjoys playing netball and spending time with friends and family.

Any questions?

If you have any questions about Learn2Adult Coaching you are welcome to contact us at


We are very grateful to Telethon for providing the funding for us to provide the Learn2Adult coaching service.

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