NSW NDIS Disability Supports

  • ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Accommodation/tenancy assistance – This assistance includes support for you to obtain or retain appropriate accommodation, including our Transition House.

  • Assistance in co-ordinating or managing life stages, transitions and supports – Short and long term supports with a focus on strengthening your ability to co-ordinate supports, and assist you to live at home and participate in community life. These supports and services may include budgeting, daily planning, co-ordinating complex supports and transition planning.

  • Assistance to access and maintain employment – Workplace assistance enables you to successfully obtain and/or retain employment in the open or supported labour market.

  • Assistance with personal care and transitions in educational settings – These supports and services incorporate assistance to enable you to attend and take part in school or educational programs.

  • Assistance with daily life tasks in a group or shared living arrangement – These supports and services incorporate assistance with, and supervision of, tasks in daily life in a shared living environment, and include lower, standard and higher needs.

  • Assistance with daily personal activities – These supports provide assistance or supervision for personal tasks of daily life to assist you in living as independently as possible.

  • Assistance with travel/transport arrangements – These supports and services focus on the provision of transport to enable your participation in community, social, economic and daily life activities. This type of assistance is provided if you're unable to access alternative forms of transport as a result of disability.

  • Development of daily living skills – This category of supports and services focuses on training and development activities undertaken by you or your carer to increase your ability to live as autonomously as possible.

  • Management of funding for supports in a participant's plan – This type of assistance focuses on strengthening your ability to undertake tasks associated with the management of your supports. Plan management is the financial management of your plan supports, including making payments to providers, expense claims processing, developing monthly statements and claiming for payment from NDIA.

  • Household tasks –These supports and services enable you to maintain your home environment.

  • Participation in community, social and civic activities – These services and supports can assist you in participating actively in community, social and civic activities, such as our unique Social Club and Hub Happenings.

  • Therapeutic supports – Supports and services in this category can assist you in applying functional skills to improve your participation and independence in daily practical activities in areas such as language and communication, personal care, mobility and movement, interpersonal interactions and community living.

  • Training for independence in travel and transport – These services and supports can assist you in developing skills that will enhance your ability to travel and use public transport independently.

  • Behaviour support – This assistance includes the implementation of a plan that will aim to limit the likelihood of behaviours of concern developing or increasing. This plan provides assistance to you, your family and support persons to identify behaviours of concern, including behaviour that causes harm to yourself or those around you.

  • Specialised assessment of skills, abilities and needs – These services and supports involve the provision of specialised assessment where you may have complex or unclear needs, or require long-term and intensive supports.