Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP)
Our Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) is a two day online workshop led by experienced facilitators and people living with spinal cord injury, family members and carers, as part of our Resilience Programs. It is a simple and powerful process for creating the life and wellness you want.
WRAP is a free two day program which we will:
- Identify simple, safe, and effective tools you can use to create and maintain your wellness
- Develop a personalised daily plan to help you stay on track with life and your wellness goals
- Create a personal guide for when life throws you off track
- Identify where you can go to gain support and stay in control even in a crisis.
- The WRAP process supports you to identify the tools that keep you well and create action plans to put them into practice in your everyday life.Read about the Program overview, skills and strategies we will use in the program.
WRAP Program Dates 2024
- WRAP – all clients and members: Wednesday 1st and 8th May, 2024
- WRAP – Family Members / Carers: Wednesday 23rd and 30th October, 2024
To enquire about the next online WRAP program please complete the Registration of Interest Form.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- Who is this program for?
The program is for people with an acquired disability, and family members or caregivers, of any type and any duration. You may gain most benefit if it is more than 12 months following injury but if you are within 12 months of the injury and very interested, please get in touch.
- I actually feel as though I’m doing OK. Is there any point in doing this program?
This program is not just for people who feel they may be struggling with their mental wellness. Even if you feel as though life is going well, it is likely you will find the program helpful.
- How much does the program cost?
This program is currently funded by SCIA, and participation is free.
- Do I have to live in Australia to do the program?
The program is delivered live online and while priority will be given to Australian participants, people from other countries are welcome to contact us to see if spaces are available.
- Who developed the program?
The program was developed by a collaboration of individuals who have experienced serious mental illness. A key leader in this process was Mary Ellen Copeland. It is used in formal and informal recovery programs across more than 50 countries and has been extensively adapted for use with all kinds of life issues. It was adapted and is currently delivered by Suzie Stollznow, Michelle Copeland and Emily Bray for SCIA.