NDIS Support Services - At Home Assistance

Complex Personal Care

Complex personal care is managed by registered nurses to optimally manage  complex health conditions and improve quality of life.

Medical Assistance

Monitoring health conditions, managing medications and equiptment.

Wound Care:

Treating complex wounds, injuries, or surgical sites, ensuring proper healing.

Tube Feeding Assistance:

Supporting nutritional intake through feeding tubes.

Catheter Care:

Ensuring hygiene, and preventing complications of using urinary catheters, 

Respiratory Support:

Assisting individuals needing  respiratory assistance.

Mobility Support:

Assisting with transfers, repositioning, and using aids for those with limited mobility. 

Bowel Management:

Providing care and support for specific bowel care needs.

Seizure Management:

 Supporting individuals with seizure disorders, ensuring safety during episodes.

Complex Hygiene Assistance:

Assisting with personal hygiene tasks that may be challenging due to the individual’s health condition.

24/7  Monitoring and Care:

Continuous monitoring and  round-the-clock care.

Psychosocial Support:

Providing emotional support. 

Activities of Daily Living Assistance:

Help with daily tasks like bathing, dressing, and grooming.

Community Participation:

Support to engage in social and community activities.

Supported Independent Living (SIL):

24/7 care provided in shared or independent accommodation.

Transportation Assistance:

Support with travel and transportation, including using public transport.

House Cleaning and assistance with Household Tasks

Help to maintain your home as a haven of comfort and cleanliness

Home and Garden Maintenance:

Home handyman repairs, maintenance, lawn mowing and gardening.

Behavioural Support:

Implementing Behaviour Support Plans (including restrictive practices).

Skill Development:

Training and support to develop life, work, and social skills.

Support Coordination:

Assistance in coordinating supports and services to achieve goals.

Respite Care:

Therapeutic and recreational breaks for participants.

Crisis Response:

Supporting participants during emergencies and crisis situations

Employment and study Support:

Assistance with study, job seeking, and workplace support.

Recreation and Leisure Activities:

Planning and supporting social and leisure activities.


Social And Community Participation.

Interacting with others, sharing our experiences, and contributing our unique skills and perspectivesis expands our social circles, increases wellbeing and contributes to our community. Here are a few of the many ways to partcipate in social and community activities 

 Community Events:

 Attend local fairs, festivals, parades or cultural celebrations.

Sports and Leisure activities

Support a sports team, join nature walks, birdwatching, or enjoy skiing, hiking, biking, or swimming.

Art and Culture:

Join an art or music class. 

Volunteer Work:

Volunteer with a local charity, conservation project or animal shelter

Community Gardens:

Join a community garden.

Hobby Groups:

Become a member of a book club, knitting circle, or gaming group.

Education and Learning:

Enrol in a class or a workshop.

Support Groups:

Jion a support group to share experiences and learning.

Shop Locally:

Explore local cafes, farmers’ markets, craft markets, boutiques or op shops.

 Cooking Classes:

 Attend cooking classes or community potluck events.

 Performance groups

Join a choir, or theatre group.

Activities with your pet

Take your dog to obedience training.


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