Disability services, support and respite at home

Disability Home Care Services

Helping you identify your goals

Living well with a disability requires that you identify your goals and aspirations, and put practical steps in place so you achieve them. We will work with you and listen to you so you’ve got all the information and services you need to live independently at home, and in your community.

Design your support around your life

As a Registered NDIS Provider, Yellow Door has tailored disability support services to suit every age and ability – from children and young people to adults. At Yellow Door we can take all the effort and anguish out of trying to locate suitable assistance. We provide initial advice about your options and what might best suit your needs, without charge and after listening carefully to your requirements.

Respite Support for Parents and Carers

Yellow Door can arrange as little or as much care as you need, so that you can have a break. We do this in a way that is least intrusive, so that you and your little one can feel safe and supported and most importantly – listened to!

Responsive to your changing needs

At Yellow Door we provide customised home care solutions with just the right level and kind of care and support needed. Our packages are flexible and designed to address the needs and preferences that you communicate to us during our free home care assessments. We pride ourselves on listening to you and being able to improvise and alter customised care combinations so that they remain in step with evolving and changing needs.

Make the most of your budget

With NO management fees or administrative costs and low hourly rates, your budget goes much further!

Quality Assurance

One of Adelaide’s best private and independent providers, run by nurses with over 40 years combined experience. Our staff are quality assured, with police checks, relevant certification, experience and mandatory certificates. Yellow Door is accredited with the Australian Council on Healthcare Standards and our staff also comply with the NDIS requirements of transportation of clients.

National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)

We will help you understand the NDIS and how it affects you.

Find out more about the NDIS: https://www.ndis.gov.au/ including:

5 things you need to know about NDIS in South Australia 

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is the new way of providing individualised support for people with disability, their families and carers. The NDIS is insurance, which gives us all peace of mind. Disability can affect anyone and having the right support makes a big difference.

The NDIS provides eligible people a flexible, whole-of-life approach to the support they need to pursue their goals. It also fosters social inclusion and economic participation.

What?

The Commonwealth and South Australian governments have agreed on how the NDIS will be rolled out in South Australia. The NDIS is currently available for children aged 13 years and under.

When?

The NDIS is a big change and will be progressively rolled out in South Australia. People will move to the NDIS at different times depending on age and where they live. The NDIS will be operating state-wide for all aged groups by July 2018.

Who?

1st February 2016 – Children 0-14 years old

1st January 2016 – Young people 15-17 years old

1st July 2017 – 30 June 2018 Adults 18-64 years old (roll out is based upon where you live)

How?

The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) is working closely with relevant Commonwealth and South Australian government departments to ensure a smooth transition for all existing and new clients, their families and providers.

What can I do to prepare?

If you currently receive disability services and are eligible to enter the NDIS, you will be contacted before you transition. If you are currently not receiving support, you may still be eligible to access the NDIS.

Check the information and resources available at NDIS in South Australia or Call NDIS on 1800 800 110

 

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4 thoughts on “Disability services, support and respite at home

  1. How do I go applying to work with children with special needs.
    Also what qualifications do I require, I have 11 years Enrolled Nursing Experience and have worked with the Elderly as a Community Carer for the past 7 years.
    I am now looking for a new career and fill this would be a very rewarding job.
    Regards
    Ros

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