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Disability Care Noosa

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Shine Disability Care - Noosa

Sunshine Coast Disability Services (NDIS)

On the Sunshine Coast our Noosa Disability Care Team focus on coordinating your network of supports, planning for your future needs, and support you with anything unexpected along the way. This may include

In-Home Support

Preperation, Cooking, Making, Serving food either in bulk for ease or fresh for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Picking up, Washing, Drying or hanging out clothes to vacuuming & moping floors.
Assistance with travel between appointments, grocery shopping, events etc. Either in our car or your own personal car.

Community Engagement

Trips to museums, public outings, group outdoor activities.
Volunteering, Charity work.
Helping the community get a better understanding on how to communicate with you. This will also help if you come out of your “shell” in a public setting.

Indoor & Outdoor Activities

Special classes with professional Yoga Instructors & Personal Trainers
Trips to the famous Dreamworld, Wet & Wild & Movie World
Trips to the some of the most amazing animal sanctuaries Queensland has to offer.
Kayaking, Fishing, Stand up paddle boarding just to name a few.

Take a Look at
Our Support Area.

Take a Look at
Our Support Area.

SUPPORT COORDINATION (NDIS)

GET THE SUPPORT YOU NEED

  • Understanding your NDIS plan, with a focus on creativity, flexibility and value for money.
  • Making sure your disability supports are working well for you and resolving any issues.
  • Connecting you with other providers such as early learning services or schools, health providers, government departments, accommodation services and employers.
  • Developing your informal or community connections to enhance your support network.
  • Building your skills and confidence, so you can coordinate your supports in future.
  • Reliable. Efficient. Experieced

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    We focus on coordinating your network of supports, planning for your future needs, and support you with anything unexpected along the way. This may include:

    Understanding your NDIS plan, with a focus on creativity, flexibility and value for money.
    Making sure your disability supports are working well for you and resolving any issues.
    Connecting you with other providers such as early learning services or schools, health providers, government departments, accommodation services and employers.
    Developing your informal or community connections to enhance your support network.
    Building your skills and confidence, so you can coordinate your supports in future.