Home Care Disability NDIS Newcastle


Finding quality at-home care for your relatives means looking for a care provider that will be able to meet all of their particular needs. Everybody is different, and so often all disabilities are treated as being exactly the same. This is something that we understand, and we strive to ensure that all of the individual requirements of your loved ones are met. We believe in putting people at the heart of what we do and with a person-centred approach, avoiding using any ‘one-size-fits-all’ logic, we put your loved ones and their needs above all else.

1. Use An NDIS Service Provider For Your Home Care Needs

When looking for a home care service, you should always ensure that you are searching for NDIS registered providers. Home Caring is one such registered provider, and we will always create care plans that put your loved one’s needs first, whether that means that we offer them a small bespoke care package with minimal assistance and support when needed or a full package that encompasses all areas of care and support, as NDIS approved service providers, you can be sure we will take pride in the care of your loved one.

2. What is NDIS?

NDIS is the National Disability Insurance Scheme. It is implemented by the National Disability Insurance Agency and is an initiative whose aim is to provide those who qualify, access to funded support based on their specific needs. NDIS services provide care and support for people whose needs include intellectual, physical, sensory, psychosocial and cognitive.

This support will mean that your loved one will be able to live a full and independent life and there are a wide range of care and support services that we are proud to offer, that will not only meet the needs of the national disability scheme, but it will also meet your needs, and more importantly, those of your loved ones.

3. What Support Can Your Loved One Benefit From on an NDIS plan?

NDIS accredited providers such as Home Caring can provide wide-ranging support that will cover all of your loved one’s essential health and wellbeing needs. We can assist in providing educational support, as well as developing the independence skills that will allow your loved one to enjoy employment. As your loved one’s NDIS plan management provider, we will be able to create tailored plans that will meet their very specific personal needs.

4. Daily Living

Your loved one’s daily living needs will be looked after with NDIS support for Home Caring.

5. Employment

Disability should not be a barrier to employment, and many people with a range of disabilities are able to work. As your loved one’s NDIS care providers, we will work together with them to help them with their employment skills, help them to find a job, and once they have started, we will help them keep that job.

6. Health And Wellbeing

Keeping the health and wellbeing needs of all of those who Home Caring provides NDIS help and support for is fundamental to our goals.

7. Education

At Home Caring, we provide access to community education programmes for everyone in our care.

8. Mobility

Your NDIS approved providers at Home Caring will be able to provide assistance with your loved one’s mobility. Whether this means the equipment needed to help them to get around, or making modifications to a vehicle to allow them greater freedom, we can help.

9. Who Can Access The National Disability Insurance Scheme?

There are several criteria needing to be met in order to qualify for an NDIS plan with NDIS care providers. The criteria which need to be met include the following:

  • Your loved one must be under 65 years of age
  • Your loved one must be an Australian citizen, a permanent residence, or a New Zealand citizen who is Protected Special Category Visa Holder.
  • Your loved one is a person with a significant or permanent disability who requires help from others, special equipment or technology.

If you require any assistance in finding out whether your loved one is eligible for national disabilities support, Home Caring are NDIS accredited providers and are happy to help. Please get in touch, and we can discuss your loved one’s needs.

10. The Eight Domains Of NDIS

The NDIS came about as a result of the National Disability Insurance Scheme Act 2013 and has since provided life-changing support to those who with specialist disability needs. Previously, support was provided across a range of individual schemes. However, under NDIS, all of the support that your loved one needs can be provided within one location. NDIS accredited providers such as Home Caring are one such organization that can provide services and care for your loved one.

There are eight domains within the National Disability Insurance Scheme:

11. Home

Whether your loved one is able to look after their home or requires support for chores, the NDIS service providers at Home Caring are able to ensure that they are living in a clean, comfortable and safe environment.

12. Lifelong Learning

With access to formal and informal learning, your loved one will be provided with support that will give them the skills that they need to interact with education. There will also be support with home skills to provide your loved one with better stability.

13. Health & Wellbeing

Wellbeing is not just the absence of disease or illness. It is a complex combination of a person’s physical, mental, emotional and social health , Wellbeing is strongly linked to happiness and life satisfaction. Home Caring Newcastle will support you or your loved to achieve and meet these needs as individuals

14. Day-To-Day Living

The independence of your loved one is significant, and as NDIS care providers, Home Caring offers support with areas such as time-management, communication, and personal care.

15. Employment

Employment is important and can lead to a person feeling fulfilled and accepted. Having NDIS support will mean that your loved one can gain the skills and knowledge that will help them to achieve and maintain employment.

16. Relationships

Friendships and relationships are essential, and with the help of Home Caring, your loved one will be able to build and maintain these connections. This is ever more important in cases where a person does not have a family.
Social and Community Participation

NDIS provider support will ensure that there are plenty of opportunities available for your loved one to interact socially. Home Caring will do this by encouraging participation in a range of events and social activities.

17. Choice and Control

Care plans that focus on providing individually tailored support are essential as it enables the participant control and autonomy over their care.

18. NDIS Funding

The funding for the National Disability Insurance Scheme is varied, and the amount that your loved one is eligible for will depend on their needs. The NDIS support provided will be reasonable and necessary and will assess all individuals who are looking for assistance, assuming that:

  • The support is relating to the participant’s disability
  • The support is regarded to be a good value for money
  • The funding is to cover only related disability support needs
  • That the support will actually be beneficial to the participant
  • NDIS support will also take into account all other areas of support from the loved one’s family, community and any additional, more extensive support networks.

19. Why Choose Home Caring As Your NDIS Provider?

Home Caring can offer a wide range of support and care that can be specifically tailored to the needs of your loved one. We can:

  • Support you by providing you with any information on the updated National Disability Insurance Scheme that you require.
  • Provide you with an NDIS planner to work with you on your loved one’s specific needs
  • Understand the needs of your loved one fully through in-depth conversations
  • Help you with the NDIS application process
    Go through all service options and ensure you are connected to the options you require.
  • Amend your NDIS plan in the event of a change in circumstances
  • Review and monitor your loved one’s care from us.

Choose NDIS accredited providers who are able to offer your loved one a full range of support and care that meets their needs. Home Caring is proud to be on the NDIS service provider list and are happy to discuss the specific needs of your loved on to create a tailored NDIS plan that meets their every need.

With person-centred care, your loved one will be treated with all of the respect and support that they deserve. We want the best for them, and we will endeavour to provide fulfilment in their every need, from their basic security and care needs, right through to empowering them with the skills that they need to socialize and gain employment.

20. Contact Us Today

Home Caring is here to help you through the process of applying for NDIS approval as well as devising an NDIS plan that meets the needs of your loved one.

We bring knowledge and experience and the means of delivering a care programme that is built around your loved one and you. Your loved one’s needs are important to us, so call us today.

Contact Our Friendly Home Care Team To Find Out More.

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