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High Care Support

Do you have a loved one with complex care needs who requires round-the-clock support?

High Care Support

High Care Support for NDIS Participants

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provides support and services to individuals with disabilities in Australia. One of the key components of the NDIS is high care support, which is designed to meet the complex needs of participants with significant disabilities. This outline will explore the various aspects of high care support for NDIS participants.

Understanding High Care Support

Definition and Eligibility Criteria

  • Explanation of high care support

  • Criteria for eligibility for high care support

Types of High Care Support

  • Personal care assistance

  • Nursing and medical support

  • Specialist therapies and interventions

Accessing High Care Support

NDIS Planning and Assessment

  • Overview of the planning process

  • Assessment of high care needs

Support Coordination

  • Role of support coordinators in accessing high care support

  • Assistance with navigating the NDIS system

High Care Support Services

Personal Care Assistance

  • Assistance with daily living activities

  • Support with personal hygiene and grooming

Nursing and Medical Support

  • Administration of medication

  • Wound care and medical procedures

Specialist Therapies and Interventions

  • Occupational therapy

  • Speech therapy

  • Behavioural support

Challenges and Considerations

Availability of High Care Support

  • Challenges in accessing high care support services

  • Waiting times and availability of providers

Funding and Budgeting

  • NDIS funding for high care support

  • Budgeting for ongoing high care needs


In conclusion, high care support plays a crucial role in meeting the complex needs of NDIS participants with significant disabilities.

Understanding the eligibility criteria, accessing support through NDIS planning and assessment, and utilizing various high care support services are essential for individuals to receive the necessary assistance. However, challenges such as availability of services and funding considerations need to be addressed to ensure that all participants receive the high care support they require.

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