Professional care from NDIS registered health professionals
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How we help

Able to Serve Care has a team of NDIS registered health professionals that work alongside participants, their carers, plan managers and associated healthcare providers. All our standards, practices and services are completely compliant with the NDIS. We provide an extensive range of services to provide the best ongoing care in a holistic manner, to empower the participant in their daily life. These services include;

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Household tasks

Cleaning, tidying, general home maintenance.
accommodation tenancy assistance

Accommodation/Tenancy assistance

Assisting with seeking new accommodation, making the current home more accessible and how to get the most out of your space.
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Group homes

Establishing group homes for up to five people with ongoing care, so you’ve got your own space and freedom.
assistance to access

Assistance to access and maintain employment or higher education

Utilising networks and systems to find employment or education (secondary or tertiary) and get more out of it.
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Assistance with daily personal activities

Helping with daily activities like bathing, shaving, dressing, cooking etc.
assistance with group or shared

Assistance with daily life tasks in a group or shared living arrangement

Helping empower the client to be part of a group/shared living environment with upskilling in communication and task management.
assistance with travel

Assistance with travel and transport arrangements

Coordinating transport, facilitating special access transport in special cases and driving the client to local facilities and events.
community nursing

Community nursing care

Working alongside other healthcare professionals and facilities to provide broader and more long-term care.
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High intensity daily personal activities, including:

  • Complex bowel care
  • Complex wound care
  • Enteral feeding and management
  • Tracheostomy management
  • Urinary catheter management
  • Subcutaneous injections including insulin
  • Bedsore management
  • Post-op wound care
  • Nursing assessment and management
  • Wound care management.
behavior support

Behaviour support (implementation of behaviour support plans)

Working with your carer, plan manager or other healthcare professionals to implement existing plans.

Innovative community participation

Providing ease of access and upskilling for community engagement.
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Development of daily living and life skills

One on one development and assistance to empower the participant long-term in life skills.

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Participation in community, social and civic activities

Helping the participant access volunteer organisations and other local groups and events.

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Specialist disability accommodation

Working with the participant and other healthcare workers (like occupational therapists) to facilitate accommodation friendly to the participant’s needs.

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Group and centre-based activities

Connecting the participant in with local groups and disability centres to network them with others who share similar interests, be it hobbies, passions or just to enjoy a good movie together.

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Our passionate team are experienced in all aspects of care, particularly for those participants needing
regular support and care. By partnering with the NDIS, we can ensure that our care is as accessible
as possible to those who need it most, empowering our participants to live the life they want.