Support to Grow

We are here to provide you and your family with the help and guidance, skills and knowledge, communication initiatives and learning experiences you and your disabled child need as you navigate the challenges of daily life.


Disability support to help you and your family to live, laugh, and grow

Parenting is hard at times and the parenting journey can sometimes feel like a bit of a roller coaster and, oftentimes, the ‘challenge’ factor increases when your child has additional needs. Sometimes you can feel like you’ve finally reached the summit and hit ‘Parenting Level: Awesome’. At other times, you’ll feel your heart nearly break as you hit the lowest point of the loop, and maybe it will feel like you’ve had a complete ‘Parenting Fail’. We know, because we’ve been where you are – and that’s exactly why Support to Grow exists.

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Practical assistance from hands that are here to help

“Plants grow when you give them water & care. Children grow when you give them love and attention.”

Harvey McKinnon

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In Home Support

We provide a variety of In-Home Support services to help adults and children, and their families, to meet the challenges of daily life.

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Domestic Services

Assisting people of all ages and levels of ability to increase or maintain their independence, by helping them to complete regular tasks and activities of daily living.

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Support Co-Ordination

Our Support Coordination service helps clients with NDIS funding to achieve the goals of their NDIS plan by organising healthcare providers, and arranging access to other services and supports.

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Community Access

To help you and your child get out and about in the community – for whatever reason. From providing opportunities for kids and families to socialise and connect with each other, to assisting a adult to attend a medical appointment.

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The support provided by the NDIS to people living with disability is designed to help them get the support they need to develop their skills and independence over time.

Support. Learn. Grow.

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“Alone, we can do so little; together we can do so much.”
Helen Keller
If you have a child who has been recently-diagnosed with a disability, and you need help to navigate the NDIS, to meet the challenges ahead, to connect with other families who are on a similar journey and to learn more, to increase your understanding, and to grow with and as a family... we are here to support you.
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"Growth begins when we begin to accept our own weaknesses."
John Vanier
If you’ve finally admitted to yourself that you or your family are struggling – even just a little bit – with understanding your child’s disability or disorder, or adjusting to and balancing the changing needs of your child and your family, or communicating with, caring for, or parenting your disabled child... we are here to support you.
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“You have to rely on your support system... I always thought it was a sign of weakness to ask for help, but now I realise it’s really a sign of strength to say, ‘I need help, I can’t do it all.’”
Kerri Walsh
If you feel you’re not coping as well as you could be, and you'd like to talk to someone who understands the challenges you may be facing and the way you might be feeling, or you need help to manage the stresses we know are part of daily life for families with disabled children... we are here to support you.
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What Can We Help With?

We provide nurturing care and reliable assistance to help you, your disabled child, and your family meet the challenges of daily life. We can teach you valuable practical skills to help you learn, grow, and confidently face life’s challenges together. We provide the kind of empathy, support and understanding that can only come from lived experience.


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