NDIS and Disability Support

Assist Life Stages and Transitions

Assistance in coordinating or managing life stages, transition and supports

Includes short and long-term supports that focus on strengthening the participant’s ability to coordinate their supports, and to assist them to live at home and participate in their community.


  1. Support connection
  2. Coordination of supports
  3. Assistance with accommodation and tenancy obligations
  4. Life transition planning including mentoring, peer support and individual skill development
  5. Assistance with decision making, daily planning, budgeting

Daily Personal Activities (0107)

This support aims at providing assistance with the daily personal activities, to enable the participants to perform the daily tasks comfortably. At Magwi Development Agency Australia (MADAA), we assist and supervise the participants with routine tasks including but not limited to personal and oral hygiene, bathing, dressing, grooming, bowel management, and menstrual care. We support and encourage the participants to use the appropriate support aids and appliances like hearing and/or communication aids as recommended when performing daily personal activities.
We ensure a safe and comfortable environment for all our participants and make sure they live independently.

What else we do with NDIS?

At Magwi Development Agency Australia, we enable the participants to build and enhance their ability to travel independently. This support includes training the participants to use the public transport network, along with providing related aids and equipment, and aims at assisting the participants to perform their daily activities. According to the NDIS support plan, a participant’s transport support may also be inclusive of the costs incurred in traveling through public transport, taxis, and other specialist transport arrangements. Our staff provides the right care and support, to make you feel at home. We assist participants with appropriate transportation services, hence, making sure that they reach their destination safely.
Daily Tasks Shared Living is provided to the NDIS participants in a shared living arrangement. Our qualified staff assists and supervises the routine tasks performed by the individuals on a daily basis according to each participant’s care plan and helps them develop the necessary skills required to live an autonomous life where possible. This provision helps the participants with complex needs to work on their skills, perform their daily tasks safely, and stay in a comfortable environment whilst living as autonomously as possible. MADAA NDIS Care is committed to supporting individuals with complex needs and providing extensive care through person centred active support while in a shared living accommodations/home.
We know it is essential to be able to engage in the community, and in social & recreational activities. As a part of the Group/Centre Based Activities, we encourage and assist individual/s under the NDIS support plan to participate in group-based centre activities or community activities, and be a part of recreational and social activities at a centre. Whilst we develop a sense of group-based participation amongst the members, we also ensure a safe and sound environment.
The household tasks that require extensive support, and are difficult to be managed by the participants alone are performed by us at MADAA. As your NDIS provider, we assist you with all the household tasks which include but are not limited to laundry, dishwashing, meal preparation, showering and grooming, garden maintenance and general cleaning.
This provision under the care we offer allows the people with disabilities to look up to improved wellbeing outcomes. We encourage and assist our participants to participate in the community by developing skills that make them independent and keeps them safe simultaneously while in the community. Whether it is participating in the workforce, GP Appointments, Day programs, traveling on public transport, going shopping, or traveling for leisure, we assist individuals at every step to be the best version of themselves
Development of daily living and life skills focuses on training and development activities undertaken by the participant or their carer to increase their ability to live as autonomously as possible, including supports that will enhance the ability of the participant to travel, use public transport independently
Community Nursing Care NDIS provides home nursing disability care services to prevent illness and promote a healthy lifestyle. Nurses work closely with their local communities and nurses in community health work to battle illnesses and ensure health.
Collectively, therapeutic supports are those that help improve functional skills and independence. They're supports that assist with all the activities of regular, daily life like personal care, moving around, communicating with others, building good relationships and participating in the community.

Group / Centre Based Activities

MADAA NDIS Care has a range of activities and programs aimed to assist participants lead a full and happy life. Social inclusion and interaction programs are specially designed to meet an individual’s need and to assist them in finding their “special place” in life, where they feel valued and comfortable within their surroundings.

MADAA NDIS Care has Centre-based Activities and Groups to promote socialisation. These Centre-based Activities are facilitated by support workers and has self-directed skill building activities. We encourage participants to engage in activities independent and/or participate in workshops/group activities.


Support Coordination:

Coordination is suitable if participants receive multiple or complex supports from a range of providers. The intended outcome of providing Coordination of Supports is to sustain a participant’s capacity and ability to design, develop and implement their supports. This includes, but is not limited to:

  1. Connection: Assist the participant to develop knowledge, experience and connections with the community and broader systems of support.
  2. Support Design: Works together with participant to understand plan funding and its purpose. Support Coordinator will understand the participant’s confidence and skills, and helps participant identify what they want from services. Will develop and design support solutions to meet participant outcomes.
  3. Establish Supports: Assist the participant to identify and consider support options and link the participant to the broader systems of supports. Where practical creates a supports and action plan to facilitate the participant to implement their plan.
  4. Crisis: Assistance to resolve points of crisis and developing capacity and resilience in the participant’s network.
  5. Coach, Refine, reflect: Coach the participant through challenges that come up. Helps participant prepare for review and report on achieved participant outcomes.
Specialist Support Coordination: Specialist Support Coordination is delivered by utilising an expert or specialist approach, necessitated by specific high complex needs or high-level risks in a participant’s situation. Specialist Support Coordination is generally delivered in a time limited, outcome-focused manner, by an appropriately qualified and experienced practitioner to meet the individual needs of the participant’s circumstances. Experts or specialists such as a Psychologist, Occupational Therapist, Social Worker, or Mental Health Nurse are needed. Specialist Support Coordination will address highly complex barriers impacting on the ability to implement their plan.

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