The NDIS provides support for people up to 65 years old who have a permanent and significant disability that affects their ability to take part in everyday activities. It provides direct access to a pool of funds that provides supports for people with disability to live the life they want. Each person’s budget for services and supports is based on an assessment of their current and future needs. Services provided by Butter Fish Services:
Improved Relationships (CB Relationships) – This category is the provision of specialised assessment where the participant may have complex or unclear needs, requiring long term and/or intensive supports to address behaviours of concern.
Support Coordination – There are three forms of Support Coordination:
Improved Daily Living (CB Daily Activities) – This category includes the assessment, training, development and/or therapy to assist in the development or increase in skills for independence and community participation. Supports can be delivered in groups or individually. This includes:
Improved Health & Wellbeing – This category includes: