Support Coordination is the assistance to coordinate the supports you receive included in your NDIS plans to develop your resiliency in community participation and achieve your goals fully. This includes resolving points of crisis, developing capacity and resilience in a participant’s network and coordinating supports from a range of sources.
Access to Care Support Coordinator will assist you in:
– Understand the supports included in your plan and how to access those supports
– Identify and coordinate the supports you need by developing relevant Service Agreements with Providers
– Ensure your NDIS supports in the plan are reasonable and necessary throughout the life of your plan and Review your NDIS plan
– Support to understand the NDIS portal, monitoring of funds, organising relevant quotes and service bookings
– Liaising with NDIA, Service providers and other relevant parties
– Capacity Building for managing and resolving crisis like situations as well as engagement with mainstream service providers
Assistance with domestic activities and household tasks
Assistance with Community, Social and Recreational activities
Assist to undertake and/or develop skills to maintain their home environment where the participant owns their own home and/or has sole or substantial responsibility for its maintenance. Performing house and/or yard activities that the participant is not able to undertake.
These supports will be provided in our Centres or in Community settings both as a group or as an individualised tailored program for you or your child to access range of community activities.
Improved Daily Living Skills
Assistance with Travel and Transport
Support with participation in skills based learning to develop independence in accessing community. Some examples are but not limited to: travel training, household cleaning tasks, cooking and shopping
- reasonable and necessary costs of taxis or other private transport options for participants who are not able to travel independently.
- personal transport-related aids and equipment
- training to use public transport.
Note: This support is only for participants
Assistance with Self Care Activities
Support to make adjustments to your house: This includes, Installing ramps, bathroom rails, slip resistant coating to your tile and other minor modifications in your home based on the comprehensive assessment undertaken by our allied health professionals to ensure that you live independently and safely in the comfort of your home.
Assistance with and/or supervising personal tasks of daily tasks of daily life to enable the participant to live as autonomously as possible.
Fee For Service
If your NDIS plan is not approved or you wish to purchase any additional services other than those approved in your plan, we can offer you a customised fee for service based on your needs.
Please contact us by filling the form below to assist you for a customised quote for any of your above required supports and services.
NDIS Eligibility and Access
You or the person you care for
- must live in Australia and:
- be an Australian citizen OR
- hold a Permanent Visa OR
- hold a Protected Special Category Visa, that is you
- were in Australia on a Special Category Visa on 26 February 2001 or
- had been in Australia for at least 12 months in the 2 years immediately before 26 February 2001 and you returned to Australia after that day.
- Are under 65 years of age
- Have a permanent or significant disability which limits your ability to participate effectively in activities of daily living and/or capacity to participate in social and economic activities
NDIA (National Disability Insurance Agency) will assess your eligibility to receive NDIS services.