Services

We provide a vast range of NDIS services for people with disabilities, such as:

We understand the sensitive and highly personal nature of the many services people with physical or learning disabilities as well as Mental Health support need. Our support workers are sensitive and respectful when providing these services by prioritising the individual’s dignity and self-respect. This develops a bond of trust that is reflected in the repeat clients that we serve and who have become part of our community over the years.
Complex Nursing Care

Complex nursing is an in home nursing care support provided to NDIS participants in the comfort of their homes. This helps patients with disease prevention and post-operative care besides promoting healthy living. People with disabilities can choose this service as an alternative to post-surgery or illness recuperation in the hospital.

Short Term Accommodation

STA is an NDIS-funded programme that allows you to stay at an NDIS registered centre. This stay is usually for a short duration of 1-14 days and aims to provide a chance to break the monotony of your daily routine. The staff at the centre provides you with personal care and meals along with a well-attended room as well as a range of activities and social engagement.

Community Participation

This support designed to provide individuals with disabilities access to community-based activities. These help them build new skills, make friends, and connect with others in their local communities.

Mental Health Support

Providing care to the ill, elderly and people with disabilities is a demanding job. Friends and family members alone may not know the proper way to provide the required care. This is where you will need professional assistance. And that is where we step in.

Respite Care

Respite care – also known as short term break – allows NDIS beneficiaries to get in-home care or stay in an NDIS registered centre for a short duration. They get a qualified care provider to look after all their needs in a safe, familiar environment. These services can be provided in the comfort of their home or at a residential centre.

In-Home Support

In-home care services play an important role enabling homebound or otherwise restricted individuals to live full lives receiving the valuable support they need. Staying in the comfort of your own home is a luxury that we all deserve, including individuals living with disabilities. Adapting to home arrangements and facilities.

NDIS Assistance with Activities of Daily Living

Assistance with daily living includes providing support and supervision of daily living activities. NDIS plans are designed to provide you with the reasonable support necessary to perform daily activities. The cost and level of support funding for the assistance of daily living NDIS depend on the intensity of the participant’s disability and their needs.

Trusted NDIS Supported Independent Living Provider

NDIS Supported Independent Living program provides support and assistance to individuals with disabilities who wish to live independently.

Domestic & Home Services

Imagine having someone to take care of those tedious household chores that you dread. No more scrubbing floors or washing dishes. With NDIS household tasks support, you can finally focus on the things that matter most. It could be spending time with loved ones, pursuing hobbies and interests, or simply taking a well-deserved break.

Community Participation

This support designed to provide individuals with disabilities access to community-based activities. These help them build new skills, make friends, and connect with others in their local communities.

Professional NDIS Post Hospital Care

After a stay at the hospital, transitioning back to normalcy can be difficult. Even as you focus on recovering and getting better, you need good post hospital care support. For people with disabilities, it can be a much bigger problem. However, with proper NDIS post hospital care, they too can have a positive transition back into their homes and community.

Accommodation

STA is an NDIS-funded programme that allows you to stay at an NDIS registered centre. This stay is usually for a short duration of 1-14 days and aims to provide a chance to break the monotony of your daily routine. The staff at the centre provides you with personal care and meals along with a well-attended room as well as a range of activities and social engagement.