Applying candidates must –
• Be available to work across different shifts, including on weekends.
• Comfortable with high-intensity personal care such as bathing, bowel care, urinary catheters, etc
• Have a valid driver’s license, comprehensive car insurance, and own motor vehicle.
• First Aid Certificate or willing to obtain one if required.
• Cert III in disability or relevant work experience
• NDIS worker screening.
• Positive and energetic attitude towards every task
We deeply understand the struggles of aging and people with disabilities. Hence, we go far beyond just providing a carer. We ensure your safety and cater to your daily needs. Our team undergoes rigorous background checks and personal interviews. We believe that home care in Australia should be accessible to everyone, without any barriers. We offer exceptional value for your money with services that are also flexible according to your needs. We are also an approved NDIS provider.
An NDIS service provider is an individual or organisation that offers services and support to NDIS participants. The NDIS provides person-centred care, allowing participants to create their own NDIS plan, outlining their goals, aspirations and the necessary support they require. Once approved, participants can choose their preferred NDIS service providers to deliver the requested support.
Choosing an NDIS service provider requires careful consideration to receive the best support that aligns with your needs and goals. Contact the providers you are interested in to learn more about their services, experience and approach to support. Consider providers who have experience working with participants with similar needs to yours.
As it’s also important to feel comfortable with your NDIS partner, read reviews and testimonials from previous recipients and arrange face-to-face or virtual meetings to ensure the right match.
The NDIS supports people with disabilities in Australia by providing funding for a wide range of services and support that can be tailored to the needs or goals of the individual. Taking a person-centred care approach, the NDIS empowers participants with choice and control over the support they receive. Participants can choose their preferred NDIS partner and decide how their funding is allocated to meet their specific needs and aspirations.
This is a difficult question to answer, as the success rate for NDIS participants will depend on their individual experience. However, due to the efforts of the NDIS, greater funding and assistance have been provided to individuals who may not have previously received adequate support.
Many participants have also reported improved quality of life due to the support and services received through the NDIS, from increased independence to greater social interaction and better access to assistive technology and therapies.