Our experienced and compassionate Support Workers
can assist NDIS participants by:
Supporting participants to achieve Activities of Daily Living.
What are the Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)? The Activities of Daily Living are a series of basic activities necessary for independent living at home or in the community, including but not limited to the following:
- Meal Preparation: preparing and eating regularly, including breakfast, lunch, dinner.
- Dignified Personal Care: showering or bathing, getting dressed, cleaning teeth, doing hair, and clipping nails.
- Sleeping, assisting with achieving healthy sleep hygiene.
- Light Cleaning Tasks.
Social, Recreational and Community Participation
- Assisting participants to engage in Social, Recreational and Community activities based on their interests, hobbies, functional capacity and NDIS Goals.
- Capacity Building, assisting participants to learn new or build upon existing independent living skills.
- Develop a flexible Activity Plan.
- Flexible in our approach and delivery of supports and services.
- It’s a priority of ours to build a consistent team of Support Workers around a participant to ensure continuity of care.
- Spending time really getting to know participants on a deeper level, by using active and reflective listening skills and simply by being genuine and caring with compassion. And, understanding how to best communicate with each participant because everyone is unique.
Point of Difference:
- Supporting participants, their loved ones (family/carers) to help get their “voice” back, so everyone feels heard and valued.
- Working collaboratively with external stakeholders, community, family/carers to do our very best to see every participant live the life they choose!
- Working from a “holistic” approach, taking into consideration an individual’s “whole” life. Life Domains are designed to help participants identify different needs they may have based on the different areas of their life.
- Here at Holistic Home Care, we have Registered Nurses who supervise our support staff because it’s critical to us that we continuously provide a high quality of care.
We are committed to walking alongside our current and future participants to work towards achieving their NDIS & LIFE Goals whilst maintaining the integrity of “Choice & Control.”
A participant has the right to make their own decisions about what is important to them and to decide how they would like to receive their supports and who from. This has been taken directly out of the NDIS Glossary: https://www.ndis.gov.au/about-us/glossary