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Tuesday, 20 July 2021 04:10

Access4u Affiliated Services


We can also connect you with a wide range of allied health services to meet all your therapeutic and clinical needs. Whatever your current health and wellbeing needs, we can tailor support for the following services:

  • Speech Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Community Nursing Care
  • Fully Accessible Gym
  • Physiotherapy
  • Exercise Physiology
  • In-Home Care
  • Plan Management

For more information please call us on 1800 022 237 and on how we are able to connect you with these supports.

 

Tuesday, 20 July 2021 03:16

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Understanding the NDIS can be confusing.

Accesss4u is here to help you understand how the NDIS works, how it can work better for you, what your plan means, and how to get the best out of your plan.

We work across a huge range of service providers who can tailor their services to meet your goals.

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Monday, 19 July 2021 22:12

Referral Process

We accept referrals from:

  • Individuals
  • Parents 
  • Caregivers
  • Doctors
  • Other specialists and support staff.

Referrals are made directly to Access4u by:

Phone: 1800 022 237 to speak directly to the administration team

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Website Form: Please fill out our Referral Form - located on this page. 

As a registered NDIS Provider we are able to process payment through the NDIS portal, or we can accept self-managed and plan-managed options.

We also accept referrals from individuals with Medicare plans, and those who are self-funded or funded from other agencies. Fee gaps will be discussed at time of referral.

At the time of referral, we:

  • collect details about who is requiring the service, what is required, and where the services are to be located.
  • send you welcome information and consent forms to complete and return
  • advise the Team Leader of the referral.
  • allocation of the referral is then based on ‘best fit’ with your unique circumstances and therapist availability. Sometimes this timeframe is really quick and sometimes it is a bit longer.

After allocation

  • The assigned therapist/s will contact you by phone or email to arrange commencement of services
  • An initial service contract will be made outlining the plan for services, costs and location of services. This can be changed at any time
  • After the first appointment/s when a more formal intervention plan has been agreed, a more detailed service agreement will be made

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Monday, 19 July 2021 10:14

Respite Services

Respite will appear in your NDIS plan under CORE Supports.

Respite supports participants and their carers by giving carers short breaks from their caring responsibilities and participants time away from their families.

This service is suitable for those requiring support and assistance with care outside of the home for children and young people with a disability. The support and assistance available under this model may include regular family support, overnight support, transport, community activities, school hours care, school holiday support and more.

This care service can assist families and caregivers by providing flexible supports that are designed to improve family relationships whilst the family maintains responsibility for decisions in the young person’s life in partnership with the service provider.


If you would like to know more about Respite please contact us today.

Supported Disabiltiy Accommodation (SDA) will appear in your NDIS plan under CAPITAL Supports.

SDA is a range of housing designed for people with very high needs. SDA homes are constructed to be more accessible for you. They enable better or safer delivery of other supports you may need. SDA usually involves a shared home with a small number of other people.

It’s easy to get SDA and Supported Independent Living (SIL) confused, as both supports aim to help people live independently. But while SIL is about supports, SDA funding is provided to cover the capital (bricks and mortar) costs of the dwelling.

Finding the right fit for you is important. Things to consider include how close it is to suitable transport options, whether it is close to your friends, family, or employment, and if the location suits your lifestyle.

Finding and successfully applying for an SDA can be a daunting task, so a Specialist Support Coordinator is an invaluable resource. Your Specialist Support Coordinator will work with you throughout the process, help you find suitable SDA, to achieve your desired outcome.


If you would like to know more about Supported Disability Accommodation please contact us today.

Monday, 19 July 2021 10:11

Individualised Living Options (ILO)

Individualised Living Options will appear in your NDIS plan under CAPACITY BUILDING (CB) Supports.

Our Individualised Living Options (ILO) services offer you the ability to choose where you want to live and with whom, and housing that suits you. This NDIS support also allows you to set up the supports needed to live in the way that best suits you.

Beyond the range of disability housing options that are available to NDIS participants, there is also the entire housing market available to you. We can assist with documentation, applications and connecting you to the services that you need to be connected to when seeking your preferred living arrangements.


If you would like to know more about our Supported Independent Living arrangements, please contact us today.

 

Monday, 19 July 2021 10:06

In Home Support

In Home Support will appear in your NDIS plan under CORE Supports.

Living with a disability can mean needing some extra help around the house either from time to time or on an ongoing daily basis.

Our support workers are available to visit your home in the mornings, afternoons or evenings depending on how much support is required. You may need assistance with shopping, food preparation, cooking, or attending appointments. There are a whole range of services that can be provided from support to specific health care requirements.

You can expect that your care needs and goal plans will be matched to the skills of the support staff so that you are balancing your independence with your supports.


If you would like to know more about In Home Care please contact us today.

Monday, 19 July 2021 10:04

Improved Daily Living Services

Improved Daily Living will appear in your NDIS plan under CAPACITY BUILDING (CB) Supports.

Improved Daily Living services offer you access to a wide range of services such as Counselling, Social Work, Behaviour Specialist Intervention, and Psychologists that can help you develop and improve skills and achieve goals using an individualised support program at home or in the community.

In addition to therapy, Improved Daily Living services can support you to develop general life skills including budgeting, using public transport, and training for carers.

This broad range of services offers you choice in supports to build and improve skills for daily living and independence.


If you would like to know more about our Improved Daily Living services please contact us today.

Monday, 19 July 2021 10:00

Psychosocial Recovery Support

Psychosocial Recovery Support will appear in your NDIS plan under CORE Supports.

Our recovery coaches will work with you, and your families and carers, to identify goals and create a plan to achieve them. You can expect help connecting with the broader community through the provision of helpful supports and resources.

Whether it is shopping or maintaining housing or employment, we are adaptable to your needs. You direct your own recovery, and our coaches are available to provide support, assistance, and encouragement with your goals.


If you would like to know more about our Psychosocial Recovery Support services please contact us today. 

Monday, 19 July 2021 09:58

Psychology Services

Psychology Services will appear in your NDIS plan under CAPACITY BUILDING (CB) Supports.

Our experienced and registered team of Psychologists can provide health and wellbeing support or guidance to you or someone you care for, including areas such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, Depression, and Intellectual Disability. Our psychologists have experience working with children, adolescents and adults, including those with culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) needs, and those with forensic history and drug and alcohol related concerns.

You can expect this service to be non-judgmental, tailored to suit your needs, and focused on your goals and the knowledge and skills to achieve them.


​If you would like to know more about our Psychology services please contact us today. 

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