Home Care Assistance
I Have NDIS Support
24 Hour Care
Hospital to Home
I have an approved NDIS plan.
What happens next?
Once you have an approved plan, you will need to find and engage with the relevant Service Providers to action your plan. If your plan includes a Support Coordinator, it is their role to help arrange and facilitate the service providers for you.
What you need to know
What is a registered provider?
A service provider is a person, business or organisation who delivers funded services. Providers who are registered with the NDIS are called ‘NDIS registered providers’. They meet strict government quality and safety requirements. Home Care Assistance is a NDIS registered service provider.
Fees associated with registered providers
Registered providers can utilise your funding at a rate based on the NDIS price guide, or there can be a gap, meaning there is an out of pocket expense on top of the funding received. At Home Care Assistance, we charge for services based on the NDIS price guide. This means there is no out of pocket charge for you to receive our services.
Home Care Assistance is here to help
Our highly experienced Care Managers at Home Care Assistance will meet with you and help coordinate your support. We can meet you at home to discuss your preferences and needs then coordinate support workers so you can start receiving supports within 1 week of our meeting. If you have an approved plan, or would like to know more, find your local team here.