NDIS Provider Brisbane

NDIS Provider Brisbane

NDIS service provider in Brisbane

If you have a disability, getting support for everyday life can make all the difference.

Home Caring provides exceptional NDIS services in Brisbane to help all Australians achieve a happy, healthy life. If you have a significant and permanent disability, we’ll partner with you to create a great support plan, assist you around the home, build your capacity, and connect you to your local community.

As a registered NDIS provider in Brisbane, we provide:

…and more.

Our Team

Researching NDIS providers in Brisbane? Home Caring’s team of experienced and dedicated disability professionals are based across all of Brisbane’s suburbs. Although we’re a large provider with plenty of resources and expertise, our passionate teams are small and locally based, with a real passion for helping people in the community.

We offer person-centred support. Taking the time to get to know you, we offer individualised personal support that is based on who you are, what you need, and your individual goals.

As a Brisbane NDIS service provider, we are:

Experienced – we have a deep understanding of the unique needs and challenges faced by people with disabilities and their families. Our wealth of knowledge and expertise to draw upon, gained through years of working in the disability sector, means we provide a more comprehensive and integrated approach to support, with expertise across a wide range of conditions.

Committed – our team is made up of passionate individuals who genuinely care about making a difference in the lives of those we serve. We are committed to working closely with our clients to understand their unique needs and goals, and to provide tailored support that enables them to achieve their full potential.

Empowering – taking a positive and person-centred approach to support, we focus on what you can do, help you build your capacity, and support you to achieve your goals. We also empower you to make your own decisions about your support, and ensure you are always in charge of your support and care plans.

Looking for multicultural NDIS carers in Brisbane?

Home Caring is committed to providing inclusive and culturally relevant support services that help people from all walks of life achieve independence. Our team members come from a variety of cultural backgrounds (many of them are bilingual) and have a deep understanding of the challenges faced by people from diverse communities.

We’ll work closely with you and your family to create a support plan that takes your cultural needs into account, including:

  • Language needs with bilingual support workers
  • Special dietary requirements
  • Support to attend significant religious events and activities
  • Maintaining cultural identify to enhance sense of self
  • Understanding a family’s cultural customs and how that impacts support
  • Cultural sensitivity and knowledge for better, more individualised care

Frequently Asked Questions

How does the NDIS help people with disability in Australia?
Am I eligible for NDIS funding?
How do I find a NDIS approved provider in Brisbane?
Can I switch providers to Home Caring?
What are the different ways I can manage my NDIS plan?
What supports does the NDIS fund?
What kind of NDIS supports does Home Caring provide?
Which Brisbane suburbs do you provide NDIS support in?
What is a NDIS service agreement?

How does the NDIS help people with disability in Australia?

The NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) is a government-funded scheme that supports Australians with a significant and permanent disability, so they can live as independently as possible in the community.

If you are eligible as a NDIS participant, you are provided with funding to access a range of support services that can help you live a more independent life. This could include things like help with getting ready in the morning, occupational therapy, housework assistance, modifications such as installing rails, behaviour management support, or help accessing community activities in your area.

The NDIS is built around consumer choice. This means that you have the right to choose the types of support services that you need, and who provides them to you. This allows you to choose a company you are happy with, and tailor your support to your individual needs, preferences and circumstances. You then work with your NDIS provider to develop an individualised plan that meets your needs, and helps you work towards your goals.

Your NDIS plan is regularly reviewed to ensure that it continues to meet your needs and goals. If your needs change, you can request a review of your plan to ensure that you continue to receive appropriate support.

If you’re looking for NDIS service providers in suburbs, Home Caring is here to help. We have locally based teams of professional support workers in suburbs across Brisbane, offering a wide range of NDIS services. For more information, please get in touch with our friendly team for a free consultation.

Am I eligible for NDIs funding?

To be eligible for NDIS funding in Australia, you must:

  • be an Australian citizen, permanent resident, or hold a Protected Special Category Visa
  • be aged under 65 years old at the time of your application
  • have a permanent and significant disability or impairment that substantially affects your ability to undertake everyday activities
 

To apply for NDIS funding, you will need to provide detailed information about your disability, your current support needs, and your goals for the future. This could include documents such as medical reports and assessments from your health professionals. You then submit your application to the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) online, by phone, or by filling out a paper form.

If you’d like to chat to someone about applying for NDIS support services in Brisbane, please get in touch. Our team of qualified disability experts are always here to help.

How do I find a NDIS approved provider in Brisbane?

Looking for NDIS support services in Brisbane can be a challenging task. With so many providers out there, it can be hard to know who to choose. Here are some places to start your research:

  • Use the NDIS provider tool –the NDIS website has an online tool that helps you to find registered providers in your area. Just enter your postcode and the search will generate a list of providers according to your criteria.
  • Chat to your friends and family members– ask for recommendations from people who are also receiving disability support services. Disability advocacy organisations or local community groups can also put you in the right direction.
  • Speak to your Local Area Coordinator– your LAC is usually your first point of contact when you become a NDIS participant. They can help you find providers that meet your needs, in your local area.

When talking to a NDIS provider to decide if they are right for you, it’s a good idea to ask questions and find out about the kind of services they offer. Some questions that will help you gain a better understanding of the NDIS provider’s services are:

  • What NDIS supports do you provide?
  • Are these services aligned with my NDIS plan goals and needs?
  • Are you a registered NDIS provider?
  • What experience and qualifications do your staff have?
  • How do you ensure quality and safety in the services you provide?
  • What are your fees and charges, and how are they decided?
  • How do you handle complaints or concerns?
  • How do you communicate with clients and their families?
  • What is your availability, and how quickly can you provide services when needed?
  • Who will be supporting me? Is it a consistent team?
  • How do you plan to deliver person-centred support?

Can I switch providers to Home Caring?

Yes, absolutely. You are in control of your providers, which means you can switch to Home Caring from your current provider at any time. To do this, you will need to notify your provider and let them know you would like to switch. You may need to give a notice period, depending on the process outlined in your service agreement. If you need any help, our team is here to guide you through the process. Please get in touch for assistance.

What are the different ways I can manage my NDIS plan?

Coordinating and organisation all of your NDIS supports can be challenging – particularly for people who have lots of different providers and services to meet high needs. To help you review your plan, make sure your goals are still relevant, make sure your supports are helping you achieve your goals and keep track of your budget, there are several options:

Manage your plan through the NDIA – If you choose to have the NDIA manage your NDIS plan, this means that the NDIA will oversee its implementation, allocate funds to service providers, and monitor the provision of services and supports. This can help to streamline the process of receiving NDIS funding, and ensure your plan is properly implemented and managed.

Manage your NDIS plan yourself – in this instance, the NDIS will reimburse you for the NDIS supports received. You are then responsible for managing the funding, selecting and engaging service providers, and monitoring the delivery of services and supports outlined in your plan. This can give you greater control and flexibility over your NDIS funding, and the service providers you choose.

Get a NDIS plan manager – you can choose a NDIS registered plan management provider to help you manage your plan. The provider will receive funds from the NDIA and disburse them to providers of services on your behalf. They can also purchase supports for you from registered or unregistered providers. Plan management providers are required to be registered with the NDIS Commission (except those in Western Australia).

Are you accessing NDIS in home support in Brisbane? Home Caring’s NDIS plan management services will help you stay on top of your NDIS plan, so you can get on with enjoying life. With years of NDIS experience behind us, our team of experts will take the stress out of managing your budget, paying service providers and keeping track of your spending.

What supports does the NDIS fund?

NDIS accredited providers in Brisbane provides funding for a wide range of services and supports to help participants achieve their goals, participate in their communities, and lead fulfilling lives.

The scheme variety of different services and supports, including assistive technology, mobility aids, home modifications, therapeutic services, respite care, counselling, training for families, specialist accommodation, personal care, help with domestic chores, community activities and employment support. It also provides funding for early intervention services for young children, such as speech therapy and occupational therapy to address developmental delay.

The NDIS does not fund services and supports that are considered to be the responsibility of other government agencies or services, such as healthcare, education, medical and hospital services, education services (e.g. school fees) or public housing. It also doesn’t fund everyday living expenses, such as groceries or rent, or items that are not directly related to the individual's disability and goals.

As a NDIS approved service provider in Brisbane, we offer a range of services and supports to help individuals achieve their goals and live their best life. For a free consultation, please get in touch.

What kind of NDIS supports does Home Caring provide?

As NDIS home care providers in Brisbane, we offer a wide range of supports, including:

  • NDIS personal care in Brisbane to help you take care of yourself
  • Assistance with daily living tasks, such as grocery shopping
  • Help preparing tasty and nutritious meals
  • Assistive technology and independent living aids
  • mobility equipment such as walkers and wheelchairs
  • Allied health therapy, such as occupational therapy, physiotherapy and speech therapy
  • Help implementing behavioural management plans
  • Mental health support
  • Social participation and community engagement
  • Employment and education assistance
  • Home modifications to make your home safe and comfortable to live in
  • Respite care to give families a break
  • Transport to appointments and activities
  • Support coordination
  • Learning life skills such as catching public transport, budgeting and doing laundry
  • 24/7 support and overnight stays for high care needs
  • Clinical care for complex needs
  • Short-term and medium-term accommodation in a supportive environment
  • Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) in selected suburbs
  • Supported Independent Living (SIL)
  …and more.

For more information about NDIS care in Brisbane, please get in touch with our customer care team. We provide a wide range of services to suit different needs.

Which Brisbane suburbs do you provide NDIS support in?

To better support people in the community, we are constantly expanding the number of locally based teams offering Brisbane NDIS home care services. That means we have more qualified support workers and health care professionals ready to provide support.

We currently provide a wide range of NDIS support services in Brisbane’s south, west, east and north, including regional areas outside of Brisbane in greater Queensland, such as the Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast. To chat to someone about what NDIS services are available in your area, please get in touch with our customer care team. We’d love to help.

What is a NDIS service agreement?

When you choose a NDIS provider, a service agreement is the legal document that outlines the services that you will receive from them as a participant. It’s a crucial document that ensures that you receive the services you need, while also setting out the terms and conditions of your relationship with your NDIS provider.

A service agreement usually covers things like the supports provided, how much they will cost, and how long the agreement is valid for. It may also include information about cancellation policies, service delivery times, and any other terms and conditions that you have agreed on.

To enable you to be in control of your NDIS plan, any service agreement from a provider should have a clear and concise explanation of the services that the provider will provide, and the expectations and responsibilities of both parties. It’s important to carefully review the service agreement before signing it, as it is a legally binding contract with your NDIS provider. If you don’t understand anything in your agreement, ask questions so you know exactly what you are agreeing to.

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