Relative Care and the NDIS?
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a new way of providing support for people with a disability.
The NDIS provides all Australians, under the age of 65, who have a permanent and significant disability with the supports they need to enjoy an ordinary life and achieve their goals. This may include greater independence, community involvement, employment and improved wellbeing.
Relative Care can help you achieve your goals.
Relative Care Home Support Services is registered with the NDIS to provide:
Assistance with Daily Living
Whether you live independently or with others, we will work with you to live a full life, with the security, companionship and day to day support you need.
We can help at home with:
Improving daily living skills such as health and nutrition, cooking skills and household routines.
- Assistance with personal care tasks.
- Developing life skills such as travel training, attending medical and dental appointments, shopping and paying bills.
- Support to manage your routines and responsibilities.
- Support for your hobbies and recreation activities
Assistance with Social and Community Participation
We understand that everyone’s needs are unique. Our assistance with social and community participation is flexible and tailored to your choices.
We work closely with you to ensure that we provide:
- The level of support that works for you
- Assistance and support to help you live the life you choose
- Assist you to become involved and get the most out of your local community
- Services to increase your independence
Coordination of Supports
Relative Care will assist you with the challenges of finding and coordinating the help you need.
We’ll help you understand your NDIS plan and assist you to set-up Service Agreements with providers. We can also help you connect with disability support, health providers, Government departments, advocacy services and employment agencies.