NDIS Support Services

Specialist Multicultural Services Provider, Day Program in Liverpool

with a range of specialist support services including;

HOUSEKEEPING

HOUSEKEEPING

General cleaning duties. Maintain your daily routines around your home.

PERSONAL CARE

PERSONAL CARE

Bath assistance, shaving/oral care, hair/skin care, dressing, personal hygiene, exercise etc.

SOCIAL WELFARE

SOCIAL WELFARE

Community activites, all the social activities you love and enjoy, or need to attend.

LIFE COACH

LIFE COACH

Encouragement, feel empowered to build the life you want and deserve, on your own terms.

MEAL PREPARATION

MEAL PREPARATION

Meal planning, cooking, feeding and many more...

THERAPEUTIC

THERAPEUTIC

Doctor appointments, psychological counseling, support activities ect.

NURSING

NURSING

High-quality professionals in clinical care.

ERRANDS

ERRANDS

General appointments, shopping, friend/family visiting, travelling ect.

iCare Community Services are an NDIS support service provider who provides; NDIS mental health support service, NDIS disability support services and an NDIS day program Liverpool plus NDIS supported accommodation and we are proud of being an NDIS multicultural service provider.    One of our greatest rewards is to positively touch the lives of those we service on a daily basis.

NDIS Supported Accommodation

iCare Community Services can assist you to identify a suitable NDIS  supported accommodation with the level of support that you require living the life that you want and to maintain your wellbeing. iCare Community Services is committed toour focus is on providing a range of high-quality services for people with complex disabilities.

At iCare Community Services, we offer hope, certainty and trust through our commitment to working closely with families to provide high-quality services that are suited to their needs and preferences. Our services are designed to maximise opportunities for people to reach their potential and lead full, active and healthy lives.

NDIS Mental Health Support

Statistics show that approximately 20% of Australians are affected by mental illness every year. As a general rule, mental illness is a term that describes a group of conditions that affect the way a person deals with the everyday life’s challenges comprising how they sometimes think, feel, and/or interact with others.

Mental health issues are common in mainstream Australian society. The wider community needs to know that there is NDIS mental health support service available for those affected by mental illness.  Mental illnesses can range from Depression, Anxiety disorder, Bipolar disorder or Schizophrenia. The issues can range from minor effects to mild or severe, short-term to long-term throughout their lifetime.

NDIS Disability Support Services in Liverpool

National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) focuses on the person with the disability and how we add value to all areas of their life. As their commitment to Australians, they offer a high level of support and care for the individual with all of the services that they need to improve their well being. We welcome the positive changes and are proud to be NDIS disability support services. Here’s a little bit of information about what the future looks like with the NDIS. We welcome you to look at their site using the links provided below. It also helps to keep up to date with their roll out.

WHO MAY ACCESS INDIVIDUALISED

SUPPORT PACKAGES

To be eligible to receive individualised supports under the NDIS, a person must meet certain access requirements.

These include that the person must:

Be under 65 years of age when the access request is made

Find out if you live in an area where the NDIS is available at NDIS website

What paperwork and screening is involved to meet the residency requirements (be an Australian citizen, permanent resident or Protected Special Category Visa holder)

Meet the disability or early intervention requirements and

Requests for access to NDIS individualised supports are made to the NDIA. Those found eligible are known as NDIS ‘participants’ and usually remain eligible for life

WHAT TYPE OF INDIVIDUALISED SUPPORT ARE AVAILABLE

TO HELP YOU OUT?

Supports may be funded in areas such as education, employment, social participation, independence, living arrangements and health and wellbeing. They may include funding for:

Daily personal activities

Transport to enable participation in the community, social, economic and daily life activities

Workplace help to allow a participant to successfully get or keep employment in the open or supported labour market

Therapeutic supports including behaviour support

Help with household tasks to allow the participant to maintain their home environment

Help by skilled personnel in arranging aids or equipment assessment, set up and training

Home modification design and construction

Mobility equipment and

Vehicle modifications