NDIS - National Disability Insurance Scheme
Dynamic Support Services aims to complement the NDIS launch and provide for ages 8 years and over with additional support. It provides participants with choice and control over what they want in life.
This may include the following supports;
Transition Support – Participants transitioning to independent living.
Supported Independent Living – Living as independently as possible with minimal support.
Specialist Disability Accommodation – Living as independently as possible with overall assessed support.
Community Inclusion – Being part of the community.
Community Participation – Participating in the community.
Outreach support – Drop-in support in your own home.
Coordination Support / Plan Management - Identifying outcomes you want to achieve.
Accommodation and Tenancy - Locating and supporting you in making your own decision about where you want to live.
You are in control of the choices and direction, we are motivated to support you in achieving your goals and we are passionate about empowering the people we support. We are person-centred and can offer assistance with personal care, budgeting, shopping, domestic support, travel training, assist travel and support, household tasks, appointments, education, vocation, holiday, living skills, capacity building, lifestyle and leisure and so much more. Let us know how we can help you. Contact Us
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is the new Federal Government funding scheme to support people with disability, their families and carers. People with disability will receive funding for reasonable and necessary support based on their individual needs and aspirations.
People with disability will be able to choose the types of support they need, when and where they receive them, and which disability service providers they will use to access those supports.
Families and Carers
The NDIS will ensure that people with disability are given every opportunity to make their own decisions and exercise choice and control. We recognise that the role of families and carers is often essential in supporting people with disability to realise these goals and will include them in discussions about support.
The NDIS will provide information, referral and linkage to ensure families and carers are able to access support in the community to assist them in their role.
Guardians or nominees of people with disability play an important role in the NDIS to represent the interest of the person and they can contact us on behalf of the person.