Getting Started with a Registered NDIS Provider

Healthcare Australia

Healthcare Australia (HCA) is a registered NDIS provider who provides services such as community access, Allied Health and personal support.

These services cover basic support needs such as dressing and grooming, to more complex care needs for people who need a higher level of specialised supports in their plan.

Healthcare Australia has a full team of  NDIS Consultants, Care Coordinators and Support Workers who you work with to develop a customised support plan that gives you flexibility and control. 

 Here’s a step by step guide to getting started with a Registered NDIS Provider:

  1. Free phone consultation

Book a free phone consultation via HCA’s 24/7 helpline. Receive a call from a dedicated regional HCA NDIS consultant for an informal chat to see if we’re the right provider for you, and if not, we can point you in the right direction. This initial call allows you to ask questions and learn more about HCA. Click here to book your free consultation.

  1. Face to face or in-depth call

The second step includes an in-depth phone call or face to face meeting with an experienced team member who discusses what disability supports you require. This enables us to learn more about you and create a profile that includes:

  • Types of disability support required
  • Likes and dislikes
  • Support worker skills
  • Days and hours of support
  • Any other details you would like us to know about

We like to get to know you so we can match our services and support workers with your preferences.

  1. Paperwork & Service Level Agreement (SLA)

If you’re happy with HCA and our services, we create a quote and SLA (Service Level Agreement) based on the number of days/hours requested. We work with you, your Disability Support Coordinator and/or nominated support person to formalise the paperwork.

  1. Assessment for complex supports

Step 4 is usually for people with complex care needs. At this stage, we assess any physical, behavioural or safety issues in your house and work with your Health professionals, Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist, Dietician or Psychologist to get a clear understanding of any additional needs.

  1. Confirm a start date

Start dates can vary. Standard cases can be turned around in 24 hours, but more complex cases can take longer depending on the situation.

  1. Staff inductions

We educate our experienced support workers on your needs and can (in some situations) arrange a meet and greet. We want to make sure you’re happy and have access to a support worker you can call a friend.

  1. Services start

It’s that simple! After your first day of receiving supports, HCA will get in touch to discuss any feedback and changes if needed. HCA will be in regular contact to ensure you have the right support. The 24/7 helpline allows you to get in touch any day or time.

Speak to a specialist today. Enter your details below and the friendly member of the team will be in touch.

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