NDIS Provider Campbelltown
Bridges Care Services is your local NDIS provider in Campbelltown and its environs. Our vision is to use our experience to bridge the gaps found in the support services to those living with disability and mental health around Campbelltown.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is the current way of providing support for individuals living with a disability. It’s a holistic approach tailored to each person’s needs and goals.
You might be wondering if you are eligible for NDIS. No worries, you can check your eligibility by clicking on this link-NDIS Access Checklist
You are not alone, there are 4.3 million Australians who have a disability. But NDIS will provide about 460,000 Australians aged under 65, who have a permanent and significant disability with funding for supports and services.
This funding for support and services gives all Australians peace of mind since they will get the support they need if they are born with or acquire a permanent and significant disability Moreover, NDIS is structured to help people access the support they need to improve their skills towards attaining independence.
As your local NDIS registered provider in Campbelltown, Bridges Care is committed to providing you with support in a range of areas including:
- Plan Management
- Personal Care
- safe use of appliances
- paying bills
- Medical Appointment
- Support Coordination
- Transportation Support
- Community Participation
- Accommodation & Tenancy
- Specialized Disability Accommodation
- Supported Independent Living
- Assistance with daily living tasks
Transitioning to the NDIS
With our broad experience and years of expertise in the industry, and with our committed staff, you can be sure that Bridges Care will support you through the process of transitioning to NDIS. We have a four-step process that will make sure that you get the best out of NDIS. Our staff in the Campbelltown area will always be ready to answer all your questions and make the journey a smooth one for you, so get in touch.
Step 1 – Pre-planning
To start with, you need to draw up a plan. Think of your current support need and what your future support might be. You need to also get information from your GP, specialist and other allied health professionals to ascertain the level of support you will be needing. All this will enable you to access the right funding from NDIS.
Step 2 – Meeting with the NDIA
Having understood the level of support, you will request and be contacted by the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) to set up a planning meeting. To create your first plan, you will meet with an NDIS representative or Local Area Coordinator to have a conversation about your current situation and supports. Bridges Care staff can be there in the meeting to assist you in developing your plan.
Step 3 – Starting your plan
Once your plan is approved, it is time to activate it. There are supports available to help you implement and monitor your plan, this is called coordination. Coordinators will link you with service providers, address any barriers to accessing services and build your capacity to gain more independence.
Step 4 – Turning your plan into action
Bridges Care has various ways to support you to implement your plan. First, we develop an implementation plan based on your goals and strength. Our implementation plan is
The earlier we start, the better. Do wait until it too late, get in touch with us via our online form, call us on 1800, 964, 924 or email us firstname.lastname@example.org.
Let's Bridge your NDIS plan and goals with the right service.
140 Greenacre Road,
Greenacre NSW 2190
1800 964 924