Direct In-Home Support

Help in your home, just when you need it.

In-home support is where you get help with a wide range of things from going to the shops to cooking, personal care and getting out and about.

It’s kind of like Supported Independent Living, but in your own home and only for the hours you need.

So if you only need help for a couple of hours a week, or even a couple of hours a day then it’s in-home support – and once again it’s all covered by the NDIS.

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two women standing in a kitchen.

What’s included with in-home support?

Pretty much anything that helps you lead a more independent life,
including training & skills to increase your independence even further.

Help living your daily life

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Help living your best life

How does it all work?

Simply contact us, we’ll get to know you and help you build a support plan that meets your needs...

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We'll match you with a support worker ...

… who can meet your specific needs, and also someone you’ll get along with. If you already have a plan with the NDIS, then you may already be covered under ‘Daily Living Skills’ in the following categories:

Core – Assistance with daily life
Capacity Building – Improved daily living skills

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Am I eligible for in-home support?

If you’re under 65, live in Australia and have a permanent disability you’re probably going to be eligible. If you’re not sure, contact us here, and we’ll help you figure it out.

If you’d like to have a chat about any of this, please get in touch, and let’s see if we can help.

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