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Assistance With Daily Living

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1300 459 555


What is Assistance With Daily Living? 

Assistance with Daily Living (ADL) is a support category within the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) that aims to assist individuals with disabilities in their day-to-day activities. This category covers a wide range of services and supports designed to promote independence, enhance quality of life, and enable participants to participate actively in their communities.

The specific types of support provided under the Assistance with Daily Living category may vary depending on the individual's needs, goals, and the funding allocated in their NDIS plan. Some common examples of supports covered include:

1. Personal Care: This can involve assistance with tasks such as bathing, dressing, grooming, and toileting. Trained professionals or support workers can provide hands-on assistance to ensure personal hygiene and wellbeing.

2. Household Tasks: Participants may receive support for household chores like cleaning, laundry, cooking, shopping, and meal preparation. These services can help individuals maintain a clean and safe living environment while promoting independent living skills.

3. Meal Support: Assistance can be provided for planning and preparing meals, including special dietary requirements. This support may also include assistance with eating and drinking, if needed.

4. Routine Household Maintenance: Support workers can help with maintaining the home environment, such as basic repairs, gardening, lawn maintenance, and organizing household items.


Our team of experts is dedicated to providing exceptional service and support to those living with disabilities. Through our strong network of  staff we are here to help propel individuals meet their personal goals every step of the way. 

Level 4/301 Hampshire Rd, Sunshine Vic 3020 

1300 459 555

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