The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a long-term, sustainable and flexible funding arrangement that will replace the existing disability services system in Australia. The NDIS will be rolled out in stages over time as part of an innovative approach to supporting people with disabilities and their families.
The NDIS is not like other government programs or initiatives, but rather it’s designed to provide support for all Australians who live with a disability so they can participate fully in everyday life. This includes being able to work or study, enjoy leisure activities and live independently at home if necessary.
The NDIS will fund support to help you do the things you want and need to do. For example, if you have a disability that affects your ability to dress yourself or wash yourself, the NDIS may provide funding for aids like clothes hangers or baths that can help with this daily living activity.
The NDIS also provides funding for social activities such as going out with friends or meeting up with family members. This helps people who are lonely because they don’t have anyone else in their lives anymore because of their disabilities
Comfort Support Care is a renowned NDIS provider that provides services for physical, cognitive and sensory impairments. We provide 24/7 support and work with you to ensure that your plan is implemented to the highest standard.
We are proud of our extensive range of support, which can be tailored to meet your needs. Our team is trained in all aspects of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) including:
If you are a person with an intellectual disability and want to access the NDIS, it is important that you talk with your doctor about what support options are available. Your doctor can refer you to a specialist who can give more detailed advice about the NDIS and how it will help make your life easier.
The NDIS does not cover the following:
We’re a leading NDIS service provider in Melbourne, providing a wide range of support services for physical, cognitive and sensory impairments. Our team is dedicated to ensuring that your plan is implemented to the highest standard.
Our skilled team of therapists and carers will work in partnership with you to develop a personalised care plan that reflects your individual needs and preferences so that we can deliver the highest quality service. Our NDIS providers are highly trained to provide holistic therapy, enabling them to assess and address specific needs such as: physical, cognitive or sensory impairments; mental illness; social isolation; dementia; depression and anxiety disorders; chronic pain management issues related to physical conditions such as arthritis or diabetes mellitus type II (DMII).
Our team of highly trained and dedicated carers have been providing more than just the basic level of care, with them being able to assist you in a variety of ways including: