NDIS Assessments and Reports:

  • Assessments are necessary if you wish to access the NDIS or request a change in your NDIS funding. We can assist you with the assessments and reports required in the following processes:

    • Accessing the NDIS (NDIS Access Request)
    • Psychosocial disability application.
    • Allocating funding in your plan (NDIS Plan Reports for planning sessions)
    • Reviewing you funding (for an unsatisfactory plan, annual review, and change of circumstances)
    • Appealing your funding plan (in the unfortunate case of having to appeal the funding to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT))
    • Positive Behaviour Support Plans (for the NDIS Commission to assist in maximising participants’ opportunities where restrictive practices are necessary to keep them safe)

    We also provide the following services:

Behaviour therapy

We assist participant’s in working towards their goals using:

  • Applied Behavioural Analysis 
  • Self-care skill development
  • Independent living skill development
  • Social skill development
  • Communication skill development

Positive Behaviour Support

For participants with challenging behaviour, a positive behaviour support practitioner will undertake relevant assessments and consult the participant, family members, carers, and advocates to:

  • Identify the participant’s needs and any triggers of challenging behaviour 
  • Establish an effective plan of strategies for participants, their families, and service providers to use to reduce challenging behaviour 
  • Ensure that those implementing support strategies have necessary understanding, skills, and support
  • Help the participant live their best life and stay safe by working with everyone involved in their life to promote positive behaviour change

Innovative Community Participation

Practitioners can assist participants in identifying and building skills to actively participate in their community. This can vary from the development of social skills (e.g., appropriate conversation, personal space), practical skills (e.g., self-management skills, travel arrangements), to identifying and developing interests and hobbies.

Specialist Support Coordination and Support Coordination

Support coordinators meet with NDIS participants regularly according to their funding to ensure that their reasonable and necessary needs are met.

Support coordinators help to arrange any funded aspect of a participants plan as well as to assist in contacting community and medical services. Areas of assistance include:

  • Finding therapists 
  • Finding support workers 
  • Arranging access to community groups
  • Assisting with obtaining funding
  • Identifying and assisting with access to Supported Independent Living (SIL) and Disability Supportive Accommodation (DSA)