Anglicare NT – NDIS Personal Support & Community Access
As a registered NDIS provider, Anglicare NT offers a range of practical assistance and innovative supports to help people achieve personal goals, thrive in the community and lead an independent life. This can range from in home assistance, life skills coaching, daily activities, community access, social activities, personal care and wellbeing, preparing for study and work options etc.
Anglicare NT – NDIS Support Coordination
Our NDIS Support Coordination team support participants of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) making their approved NDIS Plans happen. Support Coordinators work with Participants (and where relevant Carers or Guardians) to understand their NDIS Plans,identify options and secure providers of their choice to deliver approved assistance. This can include access to informal supports and mainstream services,as well as NDIS funded supports.
Calvary Community Care
Calvary Community Care provides home care services to help you live an independent lifestyle in your own home.
Our services include shopping and cooking, transport and outings, respite care, hospital to home, credentialed and nursing services, home maintenance, personal care, 24 hour and overnight care, 24 hour personal alarms and domestic assistance. We also provide innovative services such as Pet assistance Welfare Services (PAWS), Flying Solo program and the Holiday Help program.
Calvary Community Care is a provider of:
- Home Care Packages Levels 1-4
- Community Home Support Programs
- Veterans Home Care
- Disability in Home Support, and
- Individual Support Programs.
Carers NT is A Not-for-profit organisation dedicated to improving the lives of carers in the Northern Territory.
Carers are people who provide unpaid care & support to family & friends living with disability, chronic or terminal illness, mental illness, drug or alcohol issues or someone who is frail and aged.
Carers NT is inclusive of all carers and the people they care for, no matter their age, background, ethnicity, religious beliefs or sexual orientation.
Our vision is to have a community in which carers are recognised and valued as a significant asset in which they have access to timely and appropriate services.
We do this by promoting awareness of carers with government funders and the broader community and by giving carers and the person they care for access to services like respite, counselling, music therapy, volunteer support, peer support, advice and information, education and advocacy.
The mental health team at Carers NT offers education and training resources and skills for carers to help them sustain their caring role. We do this by facilitating Accredited Mental Health, Suicide Prevention and Self-Destructive Behaviour workshops which enables carers to identify signs of an impending mental health issue or crisis and provides the tools to assist in increasing the carer’s awareness in mental health, suicide prevention and behavioural issues.
These services help carers build their own capacity and ease some of the pressure for them and their families.
Carpentaria Disability Services
Carpentaria Therapy Services
Allied Health services for children, young people and adults with a range of requirements in urban and remote areas. Our therapists incorporate a multi-disciplinary team including Speech Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists and Psychologists.
Adult Day Program
Provides person-centred day service activities for adults with a disability, to enable participation in community life and development of abilities within a broad range of life experiences. We support people aged 17 and above with high and low support needs and offer a variety of centre-based and community activities.
Short Term Accommodation / Respite
Provides respite services for urban and remote families of children and adults who have disabilities and high support needs with planned, regular support in a home setting with peers and support people, where participants enjoy community access activities such as swimming, horse riding, bbqs and picnics.
Supported Independent Living
Provides full time person-centred support and accommodation to enable people with a disability to access and enjoy a safe, comfortable and fulfilling life in their home and in the community.
Carpentaria offers Support Coordination services to assist in the implementation of NDIS plans, ensuring that individuals are able to find and connect with the services and supports they require.
CatholicCare NT – NDIS
CatholicCare NT is a registered NDIS provider who will assist those who are looking to Access the NDIS plus those with an NDIS plan.
A Person Centred Approach that is tailored to your needs and desires is our way of assisting you with the following support types in your NDIS plan:
- Coordination of Support: Making sure you get the services/supports you want both with providers and especially in the community.
- Specialist Support Coordination: Where we assist you with major issue that are blocking you in finding the supports you need and want.
- Counselling: Both individually and in groups to suit your needs.
- Behaviour Support: Involving developing a positive plan to assist with behaviour issues such as self-harm, anger, anxiety etc. plus the implementation of this plan.
- Participation in the Community: Accompanying and/or assisting you to find and access activities you like to do both in the community and with groups of your choice.
- Development of Life Skills/ Transition: such as shopping, attending appointments, budgeting, taking part in social activities etc.
- Early Childhood Supports: Where we assist children aged 1 to 6 to develop to their full potential.
- Finding and maintaining work
- Household and Garden tasks
- Group supports and group programs are also available for some of these supports.
Central Australian Supported Accommodation Central Australia (CASA)
CASA provides a range of living options for people with an intellectual disability including variety of transitional living options, short term respite placements, training and development within areas specific to client needs and a variety of permanent and independent supported accommodation options for people with an intellectual disability.
Independent Living Options
A support program to assist adults with intellectual disabilities to live independently in their own housing.
A respite service for clients in order to assist families and carers of adults with intellectual disabilities.
Supported Accommodation Options
Provides supported accommodation options for adults with intellectual disabilities. Group-home and independent-living options are available.
Community Visitor Program
The NT Community Visitor Program is an independent service located in the Anti-Discrimination Commission.
Its aim to ensure the rights of those being treated for mental illness or disability are upheld and their views and concerns are heard.
Community visitors are people employed by the CVP who regularly visit Mental Health Inpatient facilities and Disability Secure Care facilities to ensure an appropriate standard of care.
The Community Visitor Program (CVP) provides monitoring, complaint resolution and advocacy services for people detained and receiving care under the Mental Health and Related Services Act 1998 and Disability Services Act 1993. The CVP also makes and monitors recommendations on systemic issues such as interpreter use and seclusion reduction.
Darwin Accommodation Services
DAS Accommodation and Support Services is a division of HPA that provides a wide range of support services to Territorians with disabilities with low to moderate support needs.
We provide a range of skills training and services to encourage individuals to live in the least restrictive environment within the community.
DAS provides this valuable outreach support, on a full-time, part-time basis, to approximately 35 people living independently in the community. These clients are living either in units rented from HPA, NT housing or privately owned dwellings situated in the Darwin and Palmerston regions.
Disability Outreach Service
An outreach service providing support for people with intellectual disabilities to enable them to remain in their own housing or to live independently in accommodation of their choice.
Provides supported accommodation for people with intellectual disabilities.
Darwin Community Legal Service
DCLS is a free, confidential service. We assist disadvantaged members of the community to protect their legal rights. We work towards a community where everyone has access to legal advice and support. We seek to challenge unjust laws and procedures, and to ensure that people are aware of their legal rights.
General Legal Service
The General Legal Service can provide free legal information and advice on most non-criminal matters including:
- credit and debt
- social security (Centrelink) rights
Tenants’ Advice Service
Provides information, advice, advocacy and support for tenants on all tenancy and related legal issues.
The TAS works to:
- Advise you on problems you are having with your landlord or real estate agent.
- Negotiate and advocate on your behalf with your landlord or real estate agent.
- Assist you with advice, documentation and in some cases representation before the Norther Territory Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NTCAT).
- Talk to your community group or organisation about tenants’ rights
- Undertake activities to improve legislation and policies for residential tenants in the Northern Territory
Seniors and Disability Rights Service
The Seniors and Disability Rights Service is based in Darwin and regularly visits Katherine, Nhulunbuy and other locations across the Top End of the NT as required.
The Seniors and Disability Rights Service assists older people or people with disabilities and their representatives who:
- want to know about their rights and how to obtain them
- receive Commonwealth funded aged care services in residential facilities
We also provide:
- community awareness and education activities
- systemic advocacy, policy and law reform work
- NDIS planning and appeals support
- information, education and referrals through our Elder Abuse Information Line (1800 037 072)