HCA Home provides a wide range of home services which includes (but is not limited to):
Talk to a HCA consultant today to understand what services can be provided under your NDIS plan. Our packages are tailored to your individual needs and may include supports and services from other funded goals as required.
Throughout your journey into the NDIS, we’re here to support you and help you understand your options. Our consultants have been working in the NDIS areas since the trials commenced in 2013 and we’ve built up a large amount of experience and knowledge around the NDIS. We can discuss with you some important things to remember such as:
We want to support your plan from start to finish and make sure you’re really comfortable understanding your options, so we offer a free consult to anyone throughout Australia without any commitment from you.
The NDIS provides ongoing funding for all ‘reasonable and necessary’ disability equipment, care and support services. The National Disability Insurance Act, passed by the Commonwealth Parliament in 2012, sets out guidelines to help decide what can be funded. Generally the supports and services provided to you need to assist you to:
In practice this means providing support, as and if required, in areas including:
In thinking about and developing your own individualised NDIS plan, you therefore need to consider all your daily activities and the aids, equipment, training and/or support that would make your life easier, whether currently provided or not.
We can provide Community and Home Services throughout Australia. Depending on how your plan is funded, some HCA Home services may be restricted in certain locations across Australia, however an HCA Home consultant can discuss your options and when such a service will be available to you in your area.
The NDIS operates within a range of eligibility criteria. Eligibility for individual support packages depends on:
More information: My Access Checker – National Disability Insurance Scheme. https://www.ndis.gov.au/ndis-access-checklist
Once your individual plan has been drawn up and formally agreed to, you have three choices as to how your plan gets managed from then on:
If you choose to self-manage your own plan’s financial and administrative processes, you are also entitled to request a “plan nominee” to support you with these processes. (The NDIA estimates that up to 20% of participants may select this self-management option.) A participant may request to use a Plan Management Provider, meaning you engage a business/organisation to undertake all financial and administrative processes involved on your behalf. This includes such tasks as paying supplier invoices, developing service agreements with providers, assisting you with the hiring and paying of staff and preparing reports and reconciliations on how NDIS funds are being used. If you choose to nominate the NDIA for this role, the agency will make all the payments necessary to any registered care and/or support providers chosen by the participant. More information: People with disability – National Disability Insurance Scheme. https://www.ndis.gov.au/people-disability.html
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