NDIS Provider Perth

NDIS Provider Perth

NDIS registered service provider in Perth

Quality support makes all the difference if you’re living with a disability, or raising a child with special needs.

Home Caring provides exceptional NDIS services in Perth, tailored to your unique needs. Whether you need 24/7 support, help with personal care tasks, or some training for basic skills, we’ll work with you to create a great support plan, provide amazing support, and connect you with your local community.

As a registered NDIS provider in Perth, we offer:

…and more.

Our Team

Search for quality NDIS providers in Perth? Home Caring’s teams of qualified disability professionals are based across Perth’s suburbs. Although we’re a big provider with plenty of resources, knowledge and experience, our teams are small and locally based, with a true heart for people in the community.

As a Perth NDIS service provider, we are:

Experienced – we know how to deliver personalised support for a range of conditions, and use our expertise to provide high quality care.

Committed – we want great outcomes for our clients, and do our best to provide quality support and customer care that makes a genuine difference to your life.

Passionate – we love what we do! Supporting people with disability is more than a job – it’s a passion that drives us to do our best for our clients, each and every day.

Empowering – we focus on what you can do, empower you to make decisions about your life, and ensure you are always in charge of your support and care plans.

Expert – we provide quality, best practice support for a wide range of complex conditions, according to the highest standards of care.

Looking for experienced NDIS carers in Perth?

Finding a NDIS approved provider in Perth who understands your needs can be difficult, as no two people are the same. Home Caring is committed to providing personalised support services that treats each person as an individual. We don’t take a ‘cookie cutter’ approach, but take the time to get to know you, understand your needs, and develop a care plan that helps you live a life that is truly meaningful to you.

We also provide a consistent team of qualified and experienced support workers, so you can get to know the people who support you and build a trusting relationship with them. And we’re always open to feedback, as we work collaboratively with you to provide supports that make a genuine difference to everyday life.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the NDIS?
Who is eligible for NDIS funding?
How do I apply for funding from the NDIS?
How do I find a NDIS approved provider in Perth?
What is a NDIS service provider?
How long does NDIS support last for?
What is the difference between NDIS support coordination and plan management?
What kinds of supports can children access from the NDIS?
Which Perth suburbs does Home Caring provide NDIS support in?
What kind of NDIS supports does Home Caring provide?

What is the NDIS?

The NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) is a program funded by the government that enables Australians with a significant and permanent disability to live independent lives and reach their personal goals.

If you are deemed eligible as a NDIS participant, you can access different types of support services that help you with everyday life, such as transport to community activities, learning basic life skills, personal care tasks, supported independent living in the community, clinical care at home, 24/7 support, help with the housework, and assistive technology.

The NDIS is all about giving people with disability choice over their supports. This means you get to choose what type of services best meets your needs, and who provides them to you. You then work with your chosen NDIS provider to create a unique plan that helps you meet your needs and reach your goals, with the right support team behind you.

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 Perth, offering a wide range of NDIS services. For more information, please get in touch. with our friendly team for a free consultation.

Who is eligible for NDIS funding?

To be eligible for NDIS funding in Australia, you must meet certain criteria related to your residency and disability. You must be:

  • An Australian citizen, permanent resident, or hold a Protected Special Category Visa.
  • 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.

Children under 6 years old may also be eligible for NDIS funding, if they have a developmental delay or disability. This funding can be used to access early childhood intervention supports, so that the child can reach their development goals and reduce the impact of their disability on everyday life. To apply, the child’ parent or carer should get in touch. with the NDIS and request an assessment.

How do I apply for funding from the NDIS?

To apply for NDIS funding, you will need to provide 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 must then submit your application to the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) online, by phone, or by filling out a paper form.

This can be a complex process, so it can be helpful to seek help with your NDIS application. This might involve working with a disability support organisation, a NDIS planner, or a support coordinator who can guide you through the process and help you understand your options. If you’d like to chat to someone about applying for NDIS support services in Perth, please get in touch. Our team of qualified disability experts are always here to help.

How do I find a NDIS approved provider in Perth?

Finding NDIS support services in Perth isn’t always easy, as there are many providers out there. It can be hard to know which one is best suited to your needs. To get you started on the right track, here are some approaches that may help:

  • Use the NDIS provider tool on the website. The NDIS website features an online tool that helps you to find registered providers in your area. Just enter your postcode, select the types of NDIS approved providers in Perth you’re looking for, and the search will generate a list of providers according to your criteria. You can then contact these providers directly to ask about their services.
  • Chat to your friends and family members. When it comes to choosing a good quality provider, it can be helpful to hear the experiences of people you trust. Ask people you know to recommend disability care providers they’ve had a good experience with. You might want to chat to friends, family members, or support groups. Disability advocacy organisations or local community groups can also be a helpful source of contacts in your area.
  • Speak to your Local Area Coordinator. After you have been deemed eligible for NDIS funding, your LAC is usually your first point of contact to seek information. A Local Area Coordinator (LAC) is someone who works for the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) to help people access the NDIS. They can provide information about how the scheme works, help you develop an individualised plan, find providers that meet your needs in your local area.

What is a NDIS service provider?

The NDIS is a program in Australia, funded by the government, that provides support for people with disability. A provider is a registered organisation or individual who provides services or products to people with disability who receive funding from the NDIS.

A NDIS provider can be a allied health therapist (e.g. physiotherapist), support worker, social worker, psychologist, medical professional, or a disability support organisation. To qualify as a NDIS provider, they are required to meet certain standards and guidelines set by the NDIS. This ensures that the services they provide are of high quality and effectively meet the needs of NDIS participants.

As a NDIS provider, Home Caring works collaboratively with participants and their families or carers to develop a personalised plan that meets their unique needs. We also provide support to help people achieve their goals, improve their quality of life, and gain independence at home. For more information about our NDIS services in Perth, please get in touch. with our friendly team.

How long does NDIS support last for?

How long NDIS support lasts for depends on the individual circumstances of the participant. Typically, the support is ongoing to meet the needs of people with permanent and significant disabilities. When a participant is approved for NDIS support, they will work with a NDIS planner to develop a plan that outlines the support they require. The plan is reviewed and updated regularly to ensure that it continues to meet the participant's changing needs and goals.

In some cases, a NDIS participant may be able to access temporary support to address a specific need or achieve a particular goal. For example, they (or their family carers) may receive support to complete training or education to improve their employment prospects. In these cases, the support is funded only for the duration of the program.

As NDIS accredited providers in Perth, Home Caring provides consistent and reliable support from a highly experienced team. We offer home help in Perth suburbs, so people with disability can live independent lives and achieve goals that are meaningful to them.

What is the difference between NDIS support coordination and plan management?

Staying on top of all your NDIS services can be difficult, especially if you have complex needs and are accessing different supports from a wide range of providers. This is where support coordination and plan management services can help.

A support coordinator and plan manager provide two different types of services under the NDIS, but both can help you understand and implement your NDIS plan, so you can access the right type and amount of supports for your needs.

A plan manager helps you manage your NDIS funds and pay your service providers. They are responsible for tasks like processing invoices, regularly reviewing your plan with you, helping you keep track of your budget, paying service providers, and providing guidance on how to use your funds, in accordance with your plan. You can use your funding to choose a registered plan management provider, have the NDIA manage your plan for you, or manage your plan yourself.

A support coordinator helps you understand and implement your NDIS plan by coordinating your services, and connecting you with the right service providers and community resources. They help you build your capacity for living independently, by ensuring you get the most value out of your funded supports. This is different from a plan manager, who is more focused on looking after the financial aspects of your plan.

If you are accessing NDIS home support in Perth, Home Caring’s NDIS plan management and support coordination services will help you stay on top of your NDIS plan, so you can get on with enjoying life.

For more information, please get in touch with our team of experts for a free consultation.

What kinds of supports can children access from the NDIS?

Children living with a significant disability or developmental delay may be eligible for a range of supports from the NDIS. This could include:

  • Early childhood early intervention (ECEI) supports, which provides early intervention services to help children reach their developmental goals
  • Support from allied health professionals such as occupational therapists, speech pathologists, and psychologists to help children improve their communication, mobility, and independence
  • Behaviour support to help children manage challenging behaviours and develop positive social and communication skills
  • Assistive technology and home modifications to help children with their mobility, communication, and daily living activities
  • Assistance with developing and implementing a child's NDIS plan, as well as linking the child to appropriate services and providers
  • Respite care so that primary carers a break from their caring duties

Home Caring provides a range of services and supports to help children with a disability or developmental delay to reach their full potential and participate in their communities. For more information about our empowering and compassionate support, please get in touch with our team.

Which Perth suburbs does Home Caring provide NDIS support in?

The suburbs we provide Perth NDIS home care services in is constantly growing, as we continue to have more teams of locally based, qualified support workers and healthcare professionals ready to provide assistance to people living with disability.

We currently provide individual supports in a wide range of suburbs in Perth’s south, west, east and north, including regional areas outside of Perth in greater Western Australia. To find out whether we provide professional care in your local area, please get in touch with our customer care team of disability care experts. We’re more than happy to provide assistance.

What kind of NDIS supports does Home Caring provide?

As experienced NDIS home care providers in Perth, we support participants in a wide variety of ways, including:

  • Accessing assistive technology and equipment to help you live independently at home
  • Minor home modifications to help you stay safe
  • Support for personal care tasks
  • Allied health therapies, such as physiotherapy and speech therapy
  • Implementing behavioural support plans
  • Assistance with community access, socialising and participation
  • employment support and training
  • NDIS support coordination and planning
  • respite care to give carers a break and short-term accommodation in supportive housing
  • Specialist disability accommodation for people with high care needs
  • Transport assistance to get you out and about
  • Support for education and learning
  • Support for mental health conditions
  • Assistance with daily living activities and household tasks
  • Specialised nursing support and 24/7 care
  • Support for managing complex needs
  • Support for communication and language assistance

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

Google Rating
Based on 94 reviews

[contact-form-7 404 "Not Found"]

Contact Our Friendly Home Care Team To Find Out More.


Send us a message and we’ll contact you as soon as we can.


Contact Our Friendly Home Care Team To Find Out More.