You will not struggle to find an NDIS service provider in Perth. The city totally prides itself on looking after its citizens and making sure that help is provided when help is needed. The kind of help that is offered is both physical and emotional. NDIS service providers cover nurses, caregivers, physical therapists, social workers, psychotherapists and occupational therapists. The kind of care offered depends entirely on the kind of care that is needed. It could be help getting someone dressed and ready for the day. It could be helping someone with their meals for the day. It could be counselling and listening and advising. And it could be taking someone for a walk, reading a book to them, or taking them to their medical or dentist appointment, or for a swim. And we don’t throw in the ‘swim’ bit lightly. Disabled people like to swim too. NDIS service providers provide all kinds of hep and support.
Finding an NDIS service provider
Look for the Perth foundations (like ours) that provide the best NDIS service provider (and check if they are registered) and drop them a line. Tell them what you are looking for, and what kind of help or service you need. You can also phone them, if that is your preferred way of communication. The good service starts from the very beginning, where someone will respond to you, maybe ask you a few more questions and then perhaps set up a date. If it is emotional help, counselling or similar, a time will be set up and work begins quickly. If it is physical support that is needed, a person may be assessed at a first appointment, and then work will begin. And if it is just someone needed to walk the dog, that can start immediately.
Contact a registered NDIS service provider Perth and get the help that you need.