NDIS for Disability – CARERS & disABILITY Link


Carers and Disability Link is a registered NDIS provider. This means we can offer a range of services that are funded through the NDIS to help Participants achieve the goals of their NDIS plans.

We are approved to provide:

  • Assistance in coordinating or managing life stages, transitions and supports – we can provide specific mentoring and peer support at different stages of your life
  • Assistance with daily personal activities – we can support you with your day-to-day routine
  • Assistance with travel/transport arrangements – we can provide transport
  • Development of daily living and life skills – we can support you to learn new skills or improve the skills you need to live as independently as possible
  • Household tasks – we can help with household chores
  • Participation in community, social and civic activities – we can support you to access and/or participate in activities within your community
  • Therapeutic supports – we can support children to increase their independence and skills to participate in their community through Social Skills training
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