Preferred NDIS Provider Melbourne
As a NDIS provider Melbourne, we realise that trying to navigate the complex NDIS landscape all by yourself can feel overwhelming. Our compassionate support workers and caregivers are well-versed in the intricacies of the NDIS scheme and can assist you in understanding your fund allocation, finding suitable services, and managing your plan effectively. Whether you’re seeking support with daily personal tasks, therapeutic services such as occupational, speech, or physical therapy, or engaging in community activities, we are here to help.
When you choose Platinum Health Assist as your disability support services in Melbourne, you’re choosing a partner dedicated to helping you shape a life that’s rich with fulfilment and independence. We do this by providing you with a safe and supportive environment where every achievement of yours, no matter how big or small, is appreciated.
We envision supporting and empowering all NDIS participants and encouraging them to work towards establishing complete control over their lives. Our goal is to help them achieve autonomy in their lives by creating a safe, comfortable and inclusive environment.
Our Mission Statement
Our mission is to work with you and help you navigate the NDIS seamlessly. We aim to do that by helping you understand, prioritise and implement your NDIS plan effectively. Our goal is to work with you to identify your goals to help you make the most of your NDIS plan.
At Platinum Health Assist, all our operations and services are driven by a core set of principles and values. We are committed to promoting inclusivity, equality and togetherness.
Why Choose Us as Your Go-To NDIS Provider Melbourne?
Services That We Provide
What is the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS Melbourne)?
Eligibility for NDIS support involves meeting specific criteria:
NDIS Providers Melbourne & Disability Support Services Melbourne
Remember, the process can vary slightly for different individuals, but the NDIA is there to guide you through each step. Don’t hesitate to reach out to them for assistance or clarification during the application process.
- Medical conditions without significant impact on daily activities.
- Short-term conditions or injuries.
- Conditions primarily managed by healthcare services.
- Conditions covered by other government schemes.
- Age-related conditions.
- Some less severe mental health conditions.