Cooking is an essential life skill. For individuals with disabilities, our special needs cooking classes not only equip individuals with the necessary tools for greater independence, but also promotes social and community participation.
The world is shifting and changing quickly, and The Culinary School is adapting to ensure we continue to provide our students with top quality services particularly during these unprecedented and stressful times.
With the recent isolation measures to combat COVID-19 many are asked to stay home except for their necessary activities. Whilst this is difficult for everyone, it has a particular impact on those individuals with special needs who require daily support and interaction to boost their independence, skills and provide them with a sense of belonging.
The Culinary School will encourage the development of cooking skills necessary for everyday life including:
Given the new isolation and social distancing sanctions, The Culinary School is delivering the Recipe for Independence program online. This ensures engagement but also safety for those with disabilities.
As an alternative to our live delivery of workshops, Homegrown Chef provides students with pre-recorded, closed captioned videos and all other requirements to cook a cuisine of their interest from our continuously updated recipe list.
The Culinary Capable Cooking Kits provide students with all that is required to be involved in our workshops from the comfort of their very own home. Theses Kits include:
We welcome the opportunity to work closely with NDIS-approved service providers who wish to provide a therapeutic learning experience for their clients. Please fill the form below and we will be in touch.