Our Staff are culturally aware and culturally sensitive during service delivery to our varying clients.

JFSS is a community service organisation committed to meeting the needs of our clients and their families by offering the following services as a registered National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provider

NDIS -
National Disability Insurance Scheme

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Assistance with daily living:

  • Meal Planning and Preparation

  • Medication assistance

  • Assistance with Bathing and Personal Hygiene

  • Assistance with Dressing and Grooming

  • Assistance with Toileting and Incontinence Care

  • Talking, Listening, and Sharing Experiences

  • Providing Medication Reminders

  • Assistance with Errands and Appointments

 

Domestic support 

  • Cleaning, Light Housekeeping and Laundry

  • Shopping

  • Sorting Through Mail and Organising

  • Transportation

  • Playing Games, Listening to Music, and other Forms of Entertainment

We are registered for the following NDIS support categories:

0128 -Therapeutic Supports

0125 -Participate Community

0120 -Household Tasks

0108 -Assist-Travel/Transport

0106 -Assist-Life Stage, Transition

0101 -Accommodation/Tenancy

0107 -Assist-Personal Activities

0115 -Daily Tasks/Shared Living

0117 -Development-Life Skills

0136 -Group/Centre Activities

 

The NDIS is a way of providing support to Australians with a permanent and significant disability, their families and carers. If you have a disability that affects how you take part in daily activities and you acquired the disability before the age of 65, then NDIS is for you.

 

The NDIS is designed to give and control to eligible participates. Being eligible means having access to NDIS funding for reasonable and necessary supports that help participants determine their future while matching clients needs and goals.

NDIS – Behaviour Support Plan delivery

To ensure our clients have access to behaviour support, JFSS provides comprehensive Behaviour Support Plans, including Restrictive Practices to individuals with disability to ensure that the individuals behaviour support needs are appropriately managed and supported.

Our NDIS Behaviour Support Practitioner

  • Assessing the participant’s behaviour

  • Developing a behaviour support plan

  • Keeping records of the development and implementation of restrictive practices