We provide a variety of In-Home Support services to help disabled adults and children, and their families, to meet the challenges of daily life. These services are designed to assist disabled people of all ages and levels of ability to increase or maintain their independence by learning and mastering new skills, completing regular tasks and activities of daily living, exploring interests, engaging with others, and building social skills.
In-Home Support Services are typically available to anyone with an NDIS plan or funding. However, while all NDIS participants – both adults and children – are generally welcome to access In-Home Support Services and receive assistance with building daily living skills, the level of funding available to each person will vary, depending upon the terms of their NDIS plan.
While we love caring for your little sprouts, Support to Grow exists to provide support to any person who has alternate needs – young or old.
Our amazing disability support workers are carefully chosen to make a positive difference in your everyday life, and we aim to allocate a support worker who matches your needs and preferences, so you feel comfortable and empowered to set (and smash) your goals.
Our In-Home Support Services are available to everyone, but tend to cater more to the needs of adults. We can provide the daily assistance and support you need, and help to equip you with practical skills to enable you to live more independently.
Whether you need help to undertake daily personal care and household tasks and learn valuable life skills, or assistance and support to access and participate in the community, and connect and socialise with peers – our support workers will provide you with individualised, practical assistance so that you can live life to the fullest.
We can provide you with domestic support and assistance to attend to basic household chores and personal care tasks:
Our In-Home Support Services are not limited to the provision of help within your home. Support to Grow is all about building confidence and assisting people with additional needs to connect with others, socialise, and actively participate in the community. Our disability support workers love to help our clients feel comfortable and supported to attend social gatherings and self-development activities, and are happy to assist you to do things like:
Support to Grow provides nurturing care and reliable, practical support to families and children with additional needs, along with the kind of empathy, support and understanding that can only come from lived experience.
Our team of fully-qualified disability support workers are passionate about providing you with practical assistance to meet your little lima bean’s physical needs, to access and participate in the community, and to improve your and your child’s quality of life. We can teach your disabled child valuable life skills to help them learn, grow, and confidently face life’s challenges.
We’re here to help you and your little sprout to:
Depending on your NDIS funding and your child’s individual needs, our support workers may be able to help parents undertake daily tasks and attend their child’s personal care needs:
Our In-Home Support Services for children are more focused on skill-building and providing parents with some much-needed down time. Our awesome support workers can: