Support services or personal care
With the NDIS people with disabilities will choose who provides them with support and personal care. For the first time they will decide how their funds are directed and which organisations or individuals are employed to support them. Do you or your organisation provide personal care assistance like showering, dressing, meal planning, companionship, taking people out and about, respite services or any of the myriad personal care services people will need?
Parents with disabilities are looking for supports for their parenting. Guidance, in home assistance, mentoring, or someone to check in with – a broad range of ongoing supports are required to support parents with disabilities. These services do not currently exist for people with disabilities; however, you or your organisation may be interested in developing them or expanding your existing services to target this consumer group.