NDIS Companionship Service Provider

Our work philosophy is a relationship-based approach to providing quality care and support. ​We have customised this program for residential age care participants where we offer one-on-one care within the age care or in the community. Our support team firstly understands your personality, hobbies, and needs and makes a meaningful connection and strong bonding. Support staff love to take you for the long drive and provide you with the best quality time you deserve with your favourite music.

Companionship Services Benefit People With Disabilities?

Companionship services are non-medical supports designed to improve an individual’s well-being and maintain positive mental health. These services can take many forms and are tailored to each individual’s unique needs. Companionship services aim to reduce feelings of loneliness, isolation and anxiety by promoting social interaction and inclusion. This can include scheduled outings with friends or family members or regular support through community involvement groups. For people with disabilities, companionship services are especially important, as they can help them live fuller lives and improve their overall quality of life.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is NDIS Companionship Service?

NDIS Companionship Service refers to the provision of non-medical support to NDIS participants with the goal of improving their mental health and well-being. This can include activities such as social outings, community involvement, and one-on-one attention tailored to the individual's unique needs.

NDIS Companionship Services can include a wide range of activities that promote social interaction and inclusion. This can include outings to community events, help with hobbies or interests, assistance with shopping or errands, and simply spending time with the participant in their home.

Eligibility for NDIS Companionship Services is based on meeting the criteria for the National Disability Insurance Scheme. You may be eligible if you have a permanent or significant disability that affects your ability to carry out daily activities.

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