What is NDIS

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a new method of supporting Australians with a permanent or significant disability, giving them the opportunity to build skills for everyday tasks or to rejoin the workforce and engage with the community.

Support worker assisting a disabled person out of a car

We provide around the clock support to assist you in the comfort of your home. Our dedicated and passionate team of professionals provide a full range of in-home health care services, including activities relating to daily living such as help with consumables. With individual long-term goals in mind, we personalise care to an appropriate caregiver and a schedule to help improve your quality of life and be able to connect with people and places you value. 

Girl in Wheelchair at Library developing new skills

Our team of highly qualified clinicians from a multidisciplinary background are skilled to support people living with disability. Therapeutic supports are delivered by professionals including occupational therapists, physiotherapists, speech and language pathologists, social workers and clinical psychologists. Home care packages are in home services that are funded [either in part or full] by the Australian government to help individuals live in the comfort of their own homes whilst receiving care. 

Support We Provide Under NDIS