Choose our reliable Care Team with over 20 years of experience to be a part of your village
What makes us difference than other NDIS Registered Care Providers?
We understand the mental healthcare & multiple diagnoses of our clients
We put communication first & want you to have the best experience
We will be your biggest advocate in achieving your goals for plan review
We use our profits to fund All Abilities Sports & Supported Employment
What are the benefits of choosing an NDIS Registered Care Provider like us?
What do our Support Workers help with?
Assistance With Self-Care Activities-Standard
Assisting with and/or supervising personal tasks of daily life, to develop your skills to live independently.
These supports are generally conducted in your home and are to assist with the your goals of living independently. The shifts are also fun company.
This means your support worker will attend the home and depending on your needs, may help you with showering and personal hygiene tasks. They can also assist you with preparation of meals, planning future meals, and food shopping, as well as house cleaning, scheduling appointments, attending appointments, running errands & getting other domestic activities done.
Assistance With Personal Domestic Activities
Assisting you to develop skills to maintain your home environment, where you feel you are in charge of running your own home and its maintenance. Includes assisting you to do basic house and yard work.
The support worker would attend your home and together the support worker and participant would complete domestic activities. These activities can include, however are not limited to, cleaning, meal planning and preparation, grocery shopping, mowing lawns, weeding & maintaining vegetable gardens.
The support is aimed to assist you to live independently, while maintaining a healthy and safe living environment. It can be tailored to suit the participant’s lifestyle choices.
Access Community, Social And Recreational Activities
Supporting you to engage in a community, social and/or recreational activity.
The support worker assist you to be involved in community activities that you are interested in.
The NDIS recognises that each participant is an individual and has their own support requirements and interests. This support allows you to access and explore hobbies and interests with the support worker.
These shifts generally consist of the support worker picking you up from your home, taking you to the activity and helping you to participate in the activity. You are generally assisted at home and can request the support worker stay with you to provide further social interaction or assistance with self care activities.
Specialised Transport To School / Educational Facility / Employment / Community
Specialised transport to school / educational facility / employment / community.
These shifts are mainly focused on supporting you to and from activities or appointments. The shift duration generally only covers the duration of the travel required. The support worker can assist if there are behaviours of concern or special mobility assistance requirements.
Assistance with transport.
These shifts are to support you when you do not have the capacity to obtain and maintain a drivers licence and require a car as the mode of transport. These supports can assist you to either access the community for daily needs, including but not limited to accessing the supermarket, day services, community activities & social events.
Everything is COVERED in our Pricing Rates
It takes a village to raise a child and we know you’re only as good as your supports in place. We want you to have more time to focus on things you love while we deal with the complex legal, employment and training obligations. The best thing, it’s all for a price that’s within the NDIS standard price rates.
|Assistance With Self-Care Activities – Standard – Weekday Daytime – TTP||$66.45|
|Assistance With Self-Care Activities – Standard – Weekday Evening – TTP||$73.21|
|Assistance With Self-Care Activities – Standard – Weekday Active Overnight – TTP||$74.56|
|Assistance With Self-Care Activities – Standard – Saturday – TTP||$93.50|
|Assistance With Self-Care Activities – Standard – Sunday – TTP||$120.56|
|Assistance With Self-Care Activities – Standard – Public Holiday – TTP||$147.62|
|Assistance With Self-Care Activities – High Intensity – Weekday Daytime – TTP||$71.83|
|Assistance With Self-Care Activities – High Intensity – Weekday Evening – TTP||$79.14|
|Assistance With Self-Care Activities – High Intensity – Weekday Night – TTP||$80.60|
|Assistance With Self-Care Activities – High Intensity – Saturday – TTP||$101.07|
|Assistance With Self-Care Activities – High Intensity – Sunday – TTP||$130.32|
|Assistance With Self-Care Activities – High Intensity – Public Holiday – TTP||$159.57|
|Access Community Social and Rec Activ – Standard – Weekday Daytime – TTP||$66.45|
|Access Community Social and Rec Activ – Standard – Weekday Evening – TTP||$73.21|
|Access Community Social and Rec Activ – Standard – Saturday – TTP||$93.50|
|Access Community Social and Rec Activ – Standard – Sunday – TTP||$120.56|
|Access Community Social and Rec Activ – Standard – Public Holiday – TTP||$147.62|
Our Service Areas
We have a pool of quality care staff and capacity to take on new clients in the areas we currently service.
- The Southern Metropolitan Region
- The North-Eastern Metropolitan Region
- The South-Eastern Metropolitan Region Including all of Frankston City and City of Casey
- The Cardinia Shire
- The Morning Peninsula Shire
However, if you are living outside our main service areas, but you are willing to work with us for up to 6 weeks to find the right support workers, we are happy to take you on as new clients. There is no waitlist.
Our Client Success Stories
Matthew starting his own business
Matthew and his parents explain how The Disability Company supported Matthew to set up his own gardening business, even when they were not getting the the support from their first Support Coordinator or the NDIS.
Supporting Sally with her job
Sally and her mother explain how The Disability Company supported Sally to find and maintain her job. We are always so happy for our clients who are able to live more independently and earn their own income.
Building Bryce's confidence
Murray, says “Bryce has come leaps and bounds since being with The Disability Company.” Bryce attended one of The Disability Expos and was advocating for the company, something he did not have the confidence to do a few years back.
Support Coordinators appreciate our monthly updates and assessment reports. Support Coordinator, Bree Trewin, says we are prompt and reliable. “They also match the participants with their support workers by providing profiles on their support workers with details about the person and their interests so people can read about and select their support worker prior to meeting them.”
Meet Dylan, our Founder
Seeing Bryce, and his parents, Chrissy and Murray, become disappointed by their support worker agency in their approach to care, Dylan Maliepaard, our Founder wanted to do something about it. He saw a problem and wanted to help more families.
The Difference Between Registered and Unregistered Providers
Do you know the difference between registered and unregistered providers? Our Care Team shares their advice and what to look out for with our community.