At Colbrow we understand that providing (dis)ability support and care is much more than simply providing medical services. Our service provision is client-centred and client-driven with your care always remaining at the heart of what we do.

We understand that when seeking care workers you want the best (dis)ability support services for your loved one. You also want peace of mind knowing you can entrust a care worker to deliver the same standard of care that you have been providing, and that the care administered is individual, specific, and above all, sensitive to the needs of your loved one.

Colbrow provides (dis)ability support services to both participants of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and private clients who choose Colbrow as their (dis)ability support and care provider.

The NDIS is an Australian Government initiative that funds costs associated with disability – for people with a disability, their families, and their carers. The scheme provides support to eligible Australians between the ages of 7 and 65-years with intellectual, physical, sensory, cognitive, and psychosocial disability, which is both permanent and significant.

The NDIS is designed to empower people with disability to:

We Want to Help You Reach Your Goals

Initially, you may need help understanding the NDIS, your plan, and how you can best utilise your support budget to reach your goals. To help you reach the goals identified in your plan, Colbrow will develop a tailored (dis)ability support services plan including an array of NDIS approved supports.

Whether you want greater community participation, help with gaining more independence in your activities of daily living, or access to allied health services such as nutrition advice, physiotherapy, and occupational therapy, we are committed to helping you reach your goals.

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Core Supports

Core Supports

The purchasing of supports under this budget is flexible and includes consumables, support with activities of daily living, assistance with social and community participation, and transport.

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Capital Supports

Capital Supports

Under this budget, items relating to assistive technology such as mobility equipment and communication tools can be purchased as well as modifications made to the home. This budget is specific and relies on quotes from suppliers.

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Capacity Building Supports

Capacity Building Supports

Funding under this budget is allocated across eight sub-categories and will be related to the goals identified in your plan. The sub-categories are focused on building skills, increasing community participation, gaining independence, and learning strategies to reduce behaviours of concern and improve relationships. 

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