Registered NDIS Provider Perth WA
Are you looking for disability support services in Perth? Hillcrest Health is a registered NDIS Provider covering the Perth Metropolitan Area and the whole of WA. Contact us for a free consultation.
Disability Services Perth
Professional, Compassionate & Dedicated Care
NDIS Registration Group
- Group / Centre Activities
- Participate Community
- Household Tasks
- Development life skills
- Innovative Community Participation
- Daily tasks / shared living
- Community Nursing Care
- Assist Travel / Transport
- Assist Personal Activities
- Assist-life stage Transition
- Assist Access / Maintain Employ
- Accommodation / Tenancy
NDIS Service Provider Perth
As NDIS Provider Perth WA, we are one of Australia’s finest serving providers of Supported Independent Living (SIL) and have remarkable levels of experience, hands-on know-how and technical expertise in providing Supported Independent Living (SIL) to participants.
We help support people with physical disabilities to live safely and independently in their own homes. Those with physical disabilities often experience major issues with everyday life activities including their mobility, their ability to self-help, and general independence.
Hillcrest Health NDIS Daily tasks / Shared Living program includes temporary or continuous assistance with and/or supervision of daily living duties in a shared living environment, with an emphasis on increasing each individual’s ability to live as independently as possible.
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We’re a registered NDIS Provider. Contact us if you have a NDIS Plan or need to request Access.
Hillcrest Health can contribute towards the application process by helping an eligible applicant to complete the non-medical paperwork. If an eligible applicant or family member has difficulty completing forms, Hillcrest Health staff can assist applicants to complete sections A through F of the Access Request Form –these sections are non-medical.
If you think you’re eligible to receive NDIS support, but haven’t investigated it further, we break down the steps you need to take to begin your NDIS journey.
There are still strict eligibility criteria to meet before you’re able to access NDIS support. If you’re unsure of your eligibility, visit the NDIS website and fill out their short questionnaire before proceeding to the next step.
Once you’ve determined that you’re eligible, you will need to complete an Access Request Form which is available to be downloaded from the NDIS website. This form will ask you for information about yourself, where you live, your legal guardian and your disability. The Access Request Form is quite lengthy, and you may need help to understand or fill out the form. Once you’ve completed this form, you will need to return it to the NDIS via email, post, or your closest National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) office.
Once the NDIA has reviewed and accepted your Access Request Form, you’ll be invited to attend an NDIS planning meeting either in person, online or via telephone. This meeting delves a little deeper into who you are, what supports you’re currently accessing and what support you might need from various NDIS providers in the future to help you achieve your goals.
Step 4: Consider utilising a plan manager or to self-manage your plan instead
Now that you’ve received your plan and have chosen whether you’re going to self-manage it or hire a plan manager, you’re ready to kickstart your NDIS journey!
Plans are built in accordance with outcomes and funding categories. Funds will be approved to assist a person to have an ordinary life under the heading of Daily Life. The plan will detail how the funding is expected to assist the person towards an ordinary life. NDIS places great emphasis on capacity building and many plans will specify supports that build a person’s skills to manage independently. Equipment, house or vehicle modifications are considered an investment in a participant’s increased independence and are funded as capital expenditure items. All expenditure must meet a “value for money” test
Areas We Cover
As one of the best NDIS providers Perth, we provide disability services in Perth Metropolitan Areas & WA. Here are some suburbs we always serve.
Frequently Asked Question About NDIS Support Services
The NDIS will fund reasonable and necessary supports that help someone with a disability to:
- pursue their goals, dreams and aspirations
- increase their independence
- increase social and economic participation, and
- develop their capacity to actively take part in the community.
This support may include education, employment, social participation, independence, living arrangements and health and well-being.
You do! Your NDIS plan will tell you how much funding you will receive for each support but it’s your decision how funds are managed. You can choose to manage your funds yourself or nominate the NDIS, a registered provider or someone else you trust to do it for you. With the NDIS you’ll always retain control over how, when and where your supports are provided.
Yes, if your circumstances change. If something happens that affects the supports you need, just let the NDIS or your support provider know and they’ll work with you to review your plan. Your NDIS plan is also reviewed every 12 months. This allows you to assess the progress you’ve made towards achieving your goals and helps you to set new goals for the year ahead — which could also lead to a change in your support requirements.
If your needs aren’t currently being met, you may be provided with more support if it’s deemed reasonable and necessary by the NDIS. This is why it’s important to spend some time thinking about your needs and where your life could be improved ahead of your first NDIS meeting.
Rest assured your current supports won’t change (unless you want them to). Even if you don’t meet the access requirements for the NDIS, you’ll still receive the same level of support you receive now.
Only if it’s identified as one of your goals. A big part of the thinking behind the NDIS is that living a full life starts with being a part of your community and having the same opportunities as everybody else. Getting a job and participating in the economy can greatly improve your circumstances and your wellbeing, which is why it could potentially become a goal in your plan. In this situation, you would work with your NDIA planner and support co-ordinator (if you have one) to find supports that will help you achieve it.
NDIS Local Area Co-ordinators (LACs) are locally based representatives who can support you in implementing your NDIS plan. This might include assisting you in finding community activities and mainstream services in your local area to help you achieve your goals. However, they can’t be as hands-on or involved as your support co-ordinator, which is why we highly recommend support co-ordination to make sure you’re getting the most out of your plan.
A service agreement is a legal agreement between you and your service provider/s which outlines the support that will be provided for you under the NDIS. It describes how and when the support will be provided, as well as the costs and the fees you need to pay.
As part of the planning process, the participant is asked if they consent to providers they engage with receiving a copy of their plan.
SIL stands for Supported Independent Living and it is paid to the organisation that provides your staff support when you receive 24/7 support in a home. It is:
- Funded individually to each person according to their need
- Shared living arrangements of 2-7 participants
- Assistance with daily life tasks in a group or shared living environment
- Reflective of 24-hour care, 7 days per week
- Three levels of support (at benchmark price)
- Cost of support does NOT include rent, board or lodging, day-to-day usual living expenses such as food and activities, personal care supports when the person is hospitalised, or items covered in other sections of the NDIS price guide (e.g. assistive technology or transport costs).
Carer statements are really helpful and are always taken into consideration. They give LACs and delegates a better insight into pressures and difficulties that a carer may face. It helps to give a depth of understanding into day to day needs. Carers are best placed to provide these insights as they are often the people who are seeing the impacts of any given disability on a regular basis. The carer impact statement doesn’t replace formal assessments and opinions.
Contact Us for NDIS Support Services
Hillcrest Health is a registered NDIS provider serving Perth, WA & regional suburbs. We provide care and support services to all eligible NDIS participants. Get in touch to know more about NDIS services, NDIS eligibility, NDIS funding and so on.