Personal Care and Support

Personal Care and Support Services in  Sydney

What is Personal Care and Support?

ADACSS as NDIS  approved professional service provider, will help you get through daily tasks with care. We offer a broad range of personal care assistance services for elderly and disable people which you can learn by calling us on 0439 108 935  or filling the contact form. Your care-needs might differ from person to person, so you can highly customise our services according to your needs. For example, an individual living alone in their own house, or someone living with their family will have varying needs. Our personal care specialist in Sydney will assist you with daily activities, which are in most cases limited to 6 hours.

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    Personal Care Services That We Provide

    ADACSS Personal care and support services under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) in Sydney includes, but are not limited to:

    • Assistance with daily living activities, such as bathing, dressing, and grooming.
    • Help with meal preparation and feeding.
    • Personal hygiene and grooming support, including help with toileting and continence management.
    • Medical assistance that includes Support with medical appointments and Medication management if needed
    • Assistance with mobility and transfers, including help with walking and using mobility aids.
    • Domestic support, including cleaning and household chores.
    • Respite care to provide a break for carers and support workers.

    The specific personal care and support services that an individual is eligible for will depend on their NDIS plan and the goals and aspirations they have outlined.

    Personal care supports are most likely to pursue a broad number of goals that an individual might have. Our services are such as but not limited to:

    Personal Hygiene

    Personal hygiene services include showering, bathing, oral hygiene, dressing, teeth cleaning, shaving and grooming. 

    Assistance with daily living activities, such as showering, bathing, dressing, and grooming, refers to support provided to individuals with disabilities to help them with their personal care needs. This support can include:

    ·        Bathing: 

    Help with showering, bathing, and grooming, such as washing hair and brushing teeth.

    ·        Dressing:

    Assistance with choosing, putting on, and taking off clothes, including help with fastening buttons and zippers.

    ·        Grooming:

    Personal hygiene support, including help with washing face and hands, brushing hair and teeth, and shaving.

    This type of support is intended to help individuals with disabilities maintain their personal hygiene and dignity, and to enable them to live as independently as possible. The specific support provided will depend on each individual’s needs and abilities, as outlined in their National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) plan.

    Bathroom Assistance

    Bathroom assistance services include toileting, bladder and bowel movement as well as menstrual care.

    Bathroom assistance under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) in Australia can refer to support provided to individuals with disabilities to help them with their personal hygiene needs, such as showering, bathing, and toileting. This support can include:

    • Showering and bathing:

      Help with getting in and out of the shower or bath, as well as with washing and grooming.

    • Toileting:

      Assistance with using the toilet, including help with getting on and off the toilet, and with managing incontinence.

    • Personal hygiene:

      Support with washing face and hands, brushing hair and teeth, and other grooming needs.

    The specific bathroom assistance that an individual is eligible for will depend on their NDIS plan and the goals and aspirations they have outlined. The support should be provided in a way that promotes independence, privacy, and dignity, and enables the individual to live as independently as possible.

    Cooking Assistance and Meal Preparation

    Meal preparation services include helping with or making meals as well as helping consume nutritious food.

    Cooking assistance and meal preparation under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) in Australia can refer to support provided to individuals with disabilities to help them with their dietary needs. This support can include:

    • Meal preparation:

      Assistance with preparing and cooking meals, including help with shopping for ingredients, using kitchen appliances, and following recipes.

    • Dietary support:

      Help with planning and following a healthy and balanced diet, including guidance on food choices and portion sizes.

    • Eating support:

      Assistance with feeding, including help with cutting up food and using utensils, as well as support for individuals who require assistance with swallowing or have other eating difficulties.

    This type of support is intended to help individuals with disabilities maintain their health and well-being, and to enable them to live as independently as possible. The specific support provided will depend on each individual’s needs and abilities, as outlined in their National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) plan.

    Medication Assistance

    Medication assistance services guarantee that you’re taking the right medicine at the right time.

    Medication assistance under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) in Australia refers to support provided to individuals with disabilities to help them manage their medications. This support can include:

    • Medication management:

      Assistance with organizing, obtaining, and taking medications, including help with reading labels, understanding dosage instructions, and using medication dispensing devices.

    • Monitoring:

      Regular monitoring of the individual’s medications to ensure they are taking their medications correctly and experiencing the desired effects.

    • Support with medical appointments:

      Assistance with scheduling, attending, and communicating with healthcare providers about medication needs and concerns.

    This type of support is intended to help individuals with disabilities maintain their health and well-being, and to enable them to live as independently as possible. The specific support provided will depend on each individual’s needs and abilities, as outlined in their National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) plan.

    Moving Around

    Moving around services help you move around your own house with ease. An example is transferring to a wheelchair from the bed.

    Moving around under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) in Australia refers to support provided to individuals with disabilities to help them with mobility needs. This support can include:

    • Physical mobility:

    Assistance with walking, using a wheelchair, and transferring from one surface to another, such as from a bed to a wheelchair.

    • Assistive technology:

    Provision of equipment and devices, such as mobility aids and powered wheelchairs, to help individuals with disabilities move around more easily and safely.

    • Home modifications:

    Changes to the home environment, such as installing grab rails and ramp access, to make it easier for individuals with disabilities to move around.

    • Transportation:

    Support with getting to and from appointments, activities, and other destinations, including the provision of transport and accompaniment services.

    This type of support is intended to help individuals with disabilities move around more easily, safely, and independently, and to enable them to live as active and engaged members of their communities. The specific support provided will depend on each individual’s needs and abilities, as outlined in their National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) plan.

    Basic First Aid

    Basic first aid services protect you In any case of an emergency that might occur in your household.

    Does NDIS fund personal care?

    Yes! As long as the support you need is necessary and reasonable, the NDIS does fund it. You can check whether you’re eligible for NDIS by clicking here. You can also contact our NDIS personal care providers in Sydney to get more information about this subject as well as looking at other NDIS approved services that we provide.

    How much can an NDIS provider charge for personal care?

    The price range differs from the time of the day to the activity that the individual needs. With standard weekday activities, the cost can’t be higher than $50. On Saturday the cost is $66 and on Sunday the cost is $85. The cost also gets higher on public holidays, at which time the cost becomes $104 per hour. Even though these are numbers given by the NDIS, you can also talk with your provider to get more info. Any short term accommodation can also be discussed with your provider for more information.

    Why Trust ADACSS?

    Personal care assistance can be laborious from time to time, so a helping hand can be a welcome addition to your NDIS plan. That is why our hardworking personal care providers will try to give you the best service possible. You can learn more by getting in touch with our NDIS Plan management specialists by calling us at 0292327055, send us an email or book online.

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    Free consultation

    We will meet with you to offer free advice and support without obligation. We pride ourselves on turning things around quickly.

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    Individual support package

    Everyone's needs and wants are different, therefore we listen to you and make a tailored plan based on your requirements.

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    Ongoing support

    Once everything has been agreed and services commence, we will discuss and feedback on changes if needed.