NDIS Personal Care

NDIS Personal Care and community participation

P home care is your local NDIS provider to ensure all of your needs are met. Personal care is anything done for you that is of a personal nature. Our disability support workers can help with things like showering, toileting and mealtime assistance at home or in the community.

Social and Community Participation Services Greater Sydney
  • Assistance and attendance in grocery shopping.
  • Money management.
  • Swimming.
  • Walking.
  • Community events.
  • Educational classes such as sewing.
  • Dancing.
  • Recreational and sporting activities.

You may need personal care services in Sydney, or any other areas of Australia with everyday living. Things like washing, getting dressed, moving around, meals, taking medication – we can provide a range of support at home and can access mainstream services to suit you. Our one to one model is founded on encouraging you to lead a rich and rewarding life. Everything we do is focused on the specific needs of the individual.

NDIS Assist personal Activities

• Moving around
Helping you get around the house with greater ease – such as transfers from bed or chair to wheelchair or toilet.
• Dressing & Grooming
Helping you get going each morning with hoist assistance, getting dressed and ready for the day.
• Bathroom assistance
Providing help with your personal care – showering, toileting, teeth cleaning or shaving.
• Medication assistance NDIS
Helping to ensure you take the right medication at the correct times.
• Cooking assistance & meal preparation
Cooking meals and making snacks together.
• Paying bills
Helping you pay your bills on time so you don’t have to worry.
• Washing & ironing
Assistance with laundry.
• Skills building
Building your skills to help you manage things like cooking, cleaning, getting dressed, using a computer or gardening more independently.
• Socialisation
Helping you to spend time with friends.
• Domestic assistance NDIS
Offering a range of domestic and personal assistance services, as well as home maintenance support to make sure your home is safe and accessible.

How much can an NDIS provider charge for personal care?

The price range differs from the time of the day to the activity that the individual needs. With standard weekday activities, the cost can’t be higher than $50. On Saturday the cost is $66 and on Sunday the cost is $85. The cost also gets higher on public holidays, at which time the cost becomes $104 per hour. Even though these are numbers given by the NDIS, you can also talk with your provider to get more info. Any short term accommodation can also be discussed with your provider for more information.

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