NDIS home care services are NDIS funded services delivered in the comfort of your own home. Regal NDIS home care services include:
– Personal care (linked to personal care page) https://www.regalhealth.com.au/our-services/personal-care/
– Domestic services (link to domestic services page when developed)
– Registered Nursing services (link to NDIS nursing services page) https://www.regalhealth.com.au/our-services/ndis/
– Complex Support (link to complex support page when developed)
– Overnight & 24/7 support (link to overnight page) https://www.regalhealth.com.au/our-services/aged-care-24-hour-overnight-care/
NDIS home care services are delivered by Support Workers or Nurses in your home. At Regal, our in home health and support services come to you, so you do not have to travel to a facility to receive the care you need for the life you lead.
To see Regal’s full range of NDIS services, click here.
If you have a current NDIS Plan, please contact Regal to make an enquiry to begin your NDIS home care journey.
Once we have received your enquiry, you will be sent a form to complete detailing your NDIS home care needs. Once Regal has received your form, you will be assigned a designated Disability Coordinator. Your Disability Coordinator will work with you, your family and/or your Support Coordinator to better understand your support needs and NDIS home care budget. From there, they will work with you to co-design a bespoke NDIS home care Support Plan tailored to you within your funding allocation. We start by discussing your goals and preferences and then structuring your week accordingly.
The Disability Coordinator will work with you to understand your home care preferences including staffing, service times, dietary preferences, weekly schedule and more. Once agreed upon, your Disability Coordinator will work with the Regal Scheduling Team to design your NDIS home care roster.
Regal will coordinate any specific training for our team of Support Workers and Nurses to promote the delivery of high-quality disability home care services tailored to you, including training on the Support Plan. The individual Support Plan is regularly reviewed to ensure that our NDIS home care services are aligned with your established goals.
If you do not currently have an NDIS Plan, please visit our Private Care page or read our FAQ’s.
Regal has been a leading and trusted home care provider in Sydney since 1966, providing clinical, personal and domestic support to Greater Metropolitan Sydney for over 56 years. Regal believes high quality NDIS home care services need to be co-designed with the individual who will receive the support, and services delivered are tailored to the goals and lifestyles of people with disability.
At Regal, we believe in designing NDIS home care services specifically for the individual. We work with our Clinical Teams to promote people with disabilities receiving high quality care and keeping our community staying safe and supported living in their own homes.
What makes Regal different from other NDIS home care providers is that Regal can offer clinical oversight and/or involvement in your home care as well as standard Support Worker services because of our in home Nursing services. This enables Regal NDIS participants to feel comfort knowing there are Nurses involved in the development and oversight of their NDIS home care to provide support if there are any clinical concerns or they require clinical services.
Regal Nurses ensure we can also offer services to participants with complex support requirements (link to complex support page). Having an assigned Disability Coordinator separates Regal from other NDIS home care providers as NDIS participants receive a direct point of contact for their services who takes the time to understand exactly what you’re looking for in an NDIS home care provider.
The NDIS stands for National Disability Insurance Scheme. The NDIS is a scheme of the Australian Government that funds cost associated with disability. The NDIS provides funding to eligible people with disability to gain more time with family and friends, greater independence, access to new skills, jobs, or volunteering in their community, and an improved quality of life.
The NDIS also connects anyone with disability to services in their community such as NDIS home care providers. This includes connections to doctors, community groups, sporting clubs, support groups, libraries and schools, as well as providing information about what support is provided by each state and territory government.
The NDIS now supports over 500,000 Australians with disability to access the services and supports they need. For more information visit the NDIS website.
Regal is there to support you and your family. To join the Regal community contact us.
In home care is care services delivered to someone in the comfort of their own home. NDIS home care services can include personal care (e.g. assistance with showering), medication assistance, support with meals and meal preparation, domestic services and Registered Nursing services such as wound care and continence support. SIL is shared disability accommodation where the house or facility is run completely by the provider and supports are shared between multiple people with disability.
NDIS home care services are funded in an NDIS plan under Assistance with Daily Living which sits within the Core Supports budget. The NDIS Core Support budget is flexible and can be utilised for any services which sit under Core Support funding. If you are unsure if you have Assistance with Daily Living funding or want to understand more about your Core Supports budget, please contact your NDIS Support Coordinator or NDIS Local Area Coordinator.
The NDIS will pay for any home care supports which are deemed reasonable and necessary by the person developing your NDIS plan based on the evidence presented at your NDIS plan review and your NDIS plan goals. For more information, visit https://www.ndis.gov.au/understanding/supports-funded-ndis/reasonable-and-necessary-supports
NDIS home care is provided by organisations registered to provide assistance with daily living supports with the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission. To find an NDIS provider in your area visit https://www.ndis.gov.au/participants/working-providers/find-registered-provider
The benefits of receiving care in the comfort of your own home are that you don’t have to organise transport to a facility, the environment is comfortable, familiar and in your control, you can stay supporting and living with your family, and much more!
Regal charges in home care in line with the current NDIS Pricing Arrangements. You can view these prices by visiting https://www.ndis.gov.au/providers/pricing-arrangements
If you believe you are eligible for the NDIS, start by speaking to your General Practitioner or other treating health professional on how to access the NDIS. The NDIS has available resources here: https://www.ndis.gov.au/participants. Accessing the NDIS may take some time, so in the meantime you can request Regal home care services privately through our Private Care Program.