Since 2017, we have been an ‘early start’ provider of Support Coordination and Psychosocial Recovery Coaching (PSRC) on the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
We now support over 500 people with disabilities (and their carers) each year. As an NDIS participant with Proveda, you will get access to skilled disability specialists who are genuinely focused on finding the right supports for you, and ensuring you get the most from your funding. We continue to welcome the opportunity to bring our specialist skills, and years of broader coordination experience in community and health care, to help navigate the best NDIS options for you.
We see that having access to coordination support is just the start. Our specialist skills have not only been developed specifically for NDIS participants who have either a physical or intellectual disability, but they are focused on delivering real outcomes. We can also appropriately advise and deliver care outcomes for anyone with a psychological disability, neurological disorders or autism, and also provide a layer of help for carers. Most importantly, each participant will have a trained coordinator or team of coordinators, (called a Care Circle), supporting them at every step along the way.
We utilise our considerable knowledge, connections, and referral systems to ensure all our wider Proveda resources are available for the maximum benefit of each NDIS participant.
We carefully plan and mobilise everything around each funded participant, to ensure the entire program works better for you. Our focus is to ensure you get expert advice, appropriate and professional referrals, and access to help at each stage of the NDIS plan, so you always get the help you need and reach the outcomes you seek.
We consolidate a detailed care plan and progress review for each participant, so that your plan is looked at carefully for quality outcomes, and we only bill on the outcomes agreed. Needs can vary greatly, and our wide experience in disability and care more generally, assists positive results. For some, it is the need to feel safer in a current living environment or to engage more fully in society, and for others, it might be the need to improve medical support. We do more than simply connecting you to existing providers as part of the program, but go the extra mile to better link you to improved access, and the quality services you need, creating a sustainable pathway and engaging network of care.
We draw upon considerable organisation-wide experience in helping carers to be successful in their role. Because we support and engage with carers on a regular basis through our aged care, mental health and wellbeing programs, we understand how important this role is. We are committed to adding an extra layer of personal support for carers, through a variety of our community programs.
We understand how important it is to find the right support coordination and we’re trained to connect you carefully to the right people and resources. This might include connecting you with a General Practitioner or other medical assistance provider who can ensure a fuller assessment of your needs, or to an allied health provider who can work with you to improve your physical health. We work with you to determine whether you have the right structures and supports in place, with an understanding of your needs and individual living conditions.
Often people with disabilities are unable to fully benefit from important services (because of their disability or related social conditions), including additional social work assistance. With our processes and expertise, we are better able to ensure you get access to the priority services and resources needed. Often connecting people to the right specialist skilled resources, is the difference between modest or exceptional results.
Your support has changed my life. It started when I was diagnosed with a very progressive form of Multiple Sclerosis. It came out of the blue and was a very confusing situation for me. It was especially hard to understand what to do with the NDIS. It is a challenging process, very confusing, and I was rejected twice. My coordinator then stepped in and spent the time to work out what was missing (i.e. occupational therapy) and my application under his guidance, was then successful. Because of your expertise, I also got onto Advanced Rehabilitation Care which is exactly what I needed, and it has literally, extended my life.
Proveda understands how important it is to find the right support coordination. We have been a trusted provider for thirty years and one of the first approved NDIS care coordination providers.
We are well known and respected in the industry, having developed specialist skills specifically for NDIS participants, who have a physical or intellectual disability, psychosocial disability, neurological disorder, or autism.
Our staff are skilled at coordinating a range of supports, both funded and mainstream, to help fuller participation in the community, providing independent care coordination advice.
How we look after you differs, as we provide you a little more.
Regardless of whether you have your NDIS funding with us, or you’re looking to change providers, Proveda offers a broader, deeper, and wider circle of support to help you in so many more ways.
From support by our volunteers, to guidance from our clinical care, mental health or social work teams, Proveda provides broader support options. You also have free access to the Belong Club where you can learn new things and interact with others. Proveda offers more opportunities for connection, compassion and holistic care.
When you are looking for more than just disability support, Proveda offers a little more.