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    OUR AREA OF EXPERTISE

    Autism

    Brain Injury

    Down Syndrome

    Intellectual Disability

    Cerebral Palsy

    Our services include:

    assistance in self-care

    community participation

    Supported independent living

    What they say about us:

    Personalised care and guidance for people with disabilities.

    Outstanding support service. Professional, compassionate, and efficient provider. Highly recommended for their dedication. Thank you Elly and team!
    Sam NTYSam NTY
    02:07 13 Dec 23
    As a healthcare professional, it’s refreshing to see how involved the entire team at path to life. Very happy to be working with you!
    Max TTMMax TTM
    10:35 12 Dec 23
    As a fitness trainer and lifestyle coach, it is a pleasure collaborating with Path 2 Life and improving quality of life
    Abdnaser AliAbdnaser Ali
    01:35 06 Dec 23
    As the head of the Sponsorships and Community Development Division at a non-profit charity organization, I've had the privilege of forging a close collaboration with Path 2 Life Care. Their impactful initiatives and consistent contributions to the community have been a true inspiration. I wholeheartedly endorse their services and eagerly anticipate engaging in further collaborations with them in the future.
    Razan ElsRazan Els
    10:39 25 Nov 23
    I enjoy the seamless communication that path 2 life care provides with my clients. Thank you!
    Omar GmailOmar Gmail
    12:43 24 Nov 23
    As a Physician, I have dealt with the team at Path 2 Life care and I am satisfied with their work in disability. I’m also impressed with the level of clinical understanding and comprehensive disability support that patients are receiving.
    Kal YacoubKal Yacoub
    23:42 22 Nov 23
    As a Doctor, I am happy working with Path 2 Life Care and am particularly happy with their advocacy work for patients. Well done
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    Supported Independent Living

    Path 2 lifecare TOP NDIS FAQ'S

    The NDIS, short for the National Disability Insurance Scheme, is a government initiative in Australia aimed at providing support and services to individuals with disabilities, their families, and carers. Its primary objective is to assist people with disabilities in achieving their goals, enhancing their independence, and fostering full participation within their communities.

    To be eligible for the NDIS, individuals must meet certain criteria. This includes being under the age of 65 and having a permanent and significant disability that substantially impacts their ability to engage in daily activities. Additionally, eligibility requires being an Australian citizen, a permanent resident, or a holder of a Protected Special Category Visa.

    The application process for the NDIS involves completing an Access Request Form. Interested individuals can obtain this form by reaching out to the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA), which is responsible for administering the NDIS. Following the submission of the form, the NDIA will assess the eligibility of the applicant and, if necessary, request further information.

    The NDIS determines the funding amount based on an assessment of an individual’s goals and the reasonable and necessary supports required to achieve those goals. Factors considered in this assessment include the person’s age, life stage, primary disability, functional limitations, living situation, and informal support networks.

    The NDIS offers funding for a broad range of tailored supports and services that cater to the unique needs of participants. These supports can encompass assistance with daily living activities, provision of mobility aids, therapy services, modifications to homes or living spaces, transportation assistance, and support coordination. The aim is to facilitate the achievement of participants’ goals and increase their independence.

    Participants have several options for managing their NDIS funding:

    • Agency-managed: The NDIA takes responsibility for managing the funding on behalf of the participant and directly pays the service providers.
    • Self-managed: Participants personally manage their funding, including selecting and paying service providers.
    • Plan-managed: Participants engage a registered plan management provider to handle the administration of their funding and payment of service providers.

    Upon approval for the NDIS, individuals collaborate with an NDIA planner to develop their personalised plan. The planner conducts an assessment of the participant’s needs, goals, and aspirations, and assists in determining the appropriate supports and funding required to attain those objectives. Periodic reviews are conducted to ensure ongoing suitability and relevance of the plan.

    For further information regarding the NDIS, individuals can visit the official NDIS website at www.ndis.gov.au. Direct inquiries can be made by calling the NDIA helpline at 1800 800 110 or by visiting one of their local offices. Additionally, various community organisations and disability advocacy groups are available to provide assistance and support.

    Path 2 lifecare TOP NDIS FAQ'S

    What is the purpose of the NDIS?

    The NDIS, short for the National Disability Insurance Scheme, is a government initiative in Australia aimed at providing support and services to individuals with disabilities, their families, and carers. Its primary objective is to assist people with disabilities in achieving their goals, enhancing their independence, and fostering full participation within their communities.

    Who is eligible to access the NDIS?

    To be eligible for the NDIS, individuals must meet certain criteria. This includes being under the age of 65 and having a permanent and significant disability that substantially impacts their ability to engage in daily activities. Additionally, eligibility requires being an Australian citizen, a permanent resident, or a holder of a Protected Special Category Visa.

    How does one apply for the NDIS?

    The NDIS, short for the National Disability Insurance Scheme, is a government initiative in Australia aimed at providing support and services to individuals with disabilities, their families, and carers. Its primary objective is to assist people with disabilities in achieving their goals, enhancing their independence, and fostering full participation within their communities.

    How is the funding amount determined under the NDIS?

    The NDIS determines the funding amount based on an assessment of an individual’s goals and the reasonable and necessary supports required to achieve those goals. Factors considered in this assessment include the person’s age, life stage, primary disability, functional limitations, living situation, and informal support networks.

    What types of support does the NDIS provide?

    The NDIS offers funding for a broad range of tailored supports and services that cater to the unique needs of participants. These supports can encompass assistance with daily living activities, provision of mobility aids, therapy services, modifications to homes or living spaces, transportation assistance, and support coordination. The aim is to facilitate the achievement of participants’ goals and increase their independence.

    How is funding under the NDIS managed?

    Participants have several options for managing their NDIS funding:

    • Agency-managed: The NDIA takes responsibility for managing the funding on behalf of the participant and directly pays the service providers.
    • Self-managed: Participants personally manage their funding, including selecting and paying service providers.
    • Plan-managed: Participants engage a registered plan management provider to handle the administration of their funding and payment of service providers.
    How are NDIS plans developed?

    Upon approval for the NDIS, individuals collaborate with an NDIA planner to develop their personalised plan. The planner conducts an assessment of the participant’s needs, goals, and aspirations, and assists in determining the appropriate supports and funding required to attain those objectives. Periodic reviews are conducted to ensure ongoing suitability and relevance of the plan.

    Where can I find additional information about the NDIS?

    For further information regarding the NDIS, individuals can visit the official NDIS website at www.ndis.gov.au. Direct inquiries can be made by calling the NDIA helpline at 1800 800 110 or by visiting one of their local offices. Additionally, various community organisations and disability advocacy groups are available to provide assistance and support.

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    HOUSEHOLD CLEANING

    HOUSEHOLD CLEANING

    Our extensive range of household assistance services encompasses various essential tasks, such as meticulous cleaning, proficient laundry care, efficient errand running, expert meal preparation, basic yard duties, and minor home maintenance. With our committed team of highly skilled support workers, you can confidently entrust these responsibilities, enabling you to concentrate on other pressing matters while ensuring a flawlessly organised and pristine living environment.

    COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION

    COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION

    Community participation in the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) focuses on enabling people with disabilities to engage in social, recreational, and civic activities, enhancing their inclusion and independence. This includes involvement in clubs, sports teams, hobby groups, and volunteering, as well as accessing community events and services. The goal is to support individuals in building relationships, developing skills, and contributing to their communities, ultimately improving their overall quality of life.