Balert Care Connections

Staying connected to culture + community

Whether you already have a NDIS plan or are just beginning your journey with the NDIS, Wathaurong is here to help! Mob with a disability deserve, and are capable of, living full, happy, and healthy lives.

Navigating the NDIS can be complicated, but we’re here to simplify the process, and to provide services that work in with your NDIS plan and your life in general, so you can remain connected and active.

Why choose Wathaurong to provide your NDIS services? Because:

    • Our staff work with you to coordinate your services and care
    • we provide exceptional service, and
    • we are a trusted provider with a long history supporting the Wathaurong community.

Supports, your way

At Wathaurong, we understand that when living with a disability, you may need assistance with day-to-day activities. We’re here to support you or a loved one to support daily living with our range of disability supports.

We can help you with:

    • Support getting ready for the day
    • Helping you with household tasks and cleaning
    • Personal care, such as showering and toileting
    • Travel support to get out and about in Community and meetup with friends & family

For information on whether you are eligible for the NDIS and how the NDIS planning process works, visit the NDIS website.

Don’t quite know where to begin your NDIS journey? Our Aboriginal Disability Liaison Officer can also assist. They have three roles:

    1. to link you to the NDIS
    2. to Link you to information and support in the community, and
    3. to work with the local community to make sure it is more welcoming and inclusive for people with disability.

For more on this service - ABORIGINAL DISABILITY LIAISON OFFICER - COMMUNITY CONNECTOR

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), which is managed and implemented by the National Disability Insurance Agency, supports people with disability to achieve their individual goals and to participate in the community and employment. The NDIS provides funding to eligible participants to access a range of supports aimed at increasing their independence, inclusion, and social and economic participation. Eligible clients are people who currently have or are likely to have a permanent disability, aged up to 64 years.