NDIS Support Worker

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Providence Healthcare Support Worker

If you need a little help with your day-to-day activities, you will be assigned an NDIS Support Worker. A support worker is a person trained to help you achieve your goals and live an independent life. Providence Healthcare has a team of support workers who can provide both physical and emotional support based on your disability and support requirements. Our support workers are equipped to provide support to all levels of support needs from simple assistance in daily chores to 24*7 complex care.

How can a Providence Healthcare Support Worker help you?

As an NDIS participant, you might be assigned a support worker who helps you manage your day-to-day life. Our Support workers are specially trained to help people living with a range of disabilities and mental health needs. Their goal is to help you live more independently and reach your full potential by providing both physical and emotional support. 

As every NDIS participant may have different support needs, our support workers customise their approach to your individual needs and goals. Our primary focus is to enable and support you to live an independent life.

Our support workers provide physical support which may include helping with household tasks and personal care.  They can also provide emotional support for an individual and their families if needed. Our support worker can also help you with your healthcare needs, including routine checks, and administering medication.

They can also support you in skill development and participating in community activities. In certain cases they may also help teach life skills, such as shopping, using public transport and paying bills. Our support workers may also collaborate with your other health care professionals to ensure all your care needs are met to the highest possible standards.

What does a Support Worker do?

Providence Healthcare’s Support Workers can assist you with

  • Personal care tasks
  •  Household tasks assistance
  • Meal prep and cooking assistance
  • Medication assistance
  • Skill Development
  • Socialising and Community Access
  • Daily task assistance
  • Emotional support
  • Capacity Building for Independence

Why choose Providence Healthcare Support Worker?

  • Providence Healthcare has a strict approval process in process. We vet all our Support Workers with thorough background checks, police verifications, references and qualification verifications where necessary.
  • Our Support Workers are extensively trained to deal with different levels and types of disabilities
  • We provide sensitivity training to our support workers
  •  You will receive highly personalised care from our support workers

More 24*7 Complex Support Services

Support Coordination

Community Nursing

Get high-quality nursing care at home and in a hospital. We have highly trained nurses who can work with the hospital staff to ensure you get the best care possible and make a fast recovery.

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In-home Support

Need a little help in living independently? Get our in-home support. Both active night support and sleepover support are available. We customise the service to your support needs and goals.

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Rapid Hospital Discharge

A smooth transition from the hospital to new or temporary accommodation. We arrange Short-term, Medium-term and Long-term accommodations for you.

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Community Access

With one of our caring staff by your side, participate in social activities and sports or catch up with friends and family. Enjoy the community and social activities of your own liking,

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