Top 5 Qualities of a Good NDIS Support Provider

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What is NDIS?
The NDIS stands for National Disability Insurance Scheme. The Australian Government first rolled it out on 1 July 2016. It was designed to help people with disabilities get the support they need by giving them the power to decide, improve their skills and independence over time. (NDIS 2021)
Current Stats
There are approximately 4.3 million Australians who have a disability, both visible and invisible. To support them, providers are an essential part of the NDIS system. They deliver supports and services that help participants pursue their goals. According to the recent count of NDIS on 30 June 2021, there are over 16,526 providers who have been actively supporting participants to achieve their goals since the scheme’s start.
The support providers are unified by one vision. To create an equal and inclusive community that provides support for all. Each support provider offers a variety of services. We understand that it is challenging to come up with a decision. To help choose the best support provider that matches the participant’s need, we break down the top 5 NDIS support providers must-have qualities.
  1. The service provider is NDIS ready and qualified. They only employ qualified and certified disability support professionals. They also keep the organisation updated with holistic methods and strategies grounded in scientific research through continuous team training. 
  2. The service provider is non-discriminatory. The organisation is sensitive to different requirements and welcomes participants from all walks of life.  
  3. The service provider offers a person-centred approach. This provider considers all details important. They pursue to understand the situation and fully recognises that no case is like the other.  
  4. The service provider is empathic and goes beyond to help with everyday life. They listen to the participants’ choices and decisions. Not only do they encourage growth, but they also help them strengthen their support network. 
  5. The service provider empowers and encourages the participant to make decisions towards a healthier and successful journey to independence. They boost the participant’s confidence and support them in building the skills to be independent while working on their transition. 

Finding the best NDIS support provider is not an easy task. However, it becomes easier when you know what you want.

The Pursue team consists of qualified staff who have years of experience working with people with disabilities from diverse backgrounds and experiences. Our team operates on a person-centred approach. We will sit down with you for a thorough review, and we will work with you and your family to achieve your personal goals.

Call us at 1800 PURSUE (787783) to get started. Click here to learn more about the services we offer

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EJ Malicdem
(Communications & Marketing Officer)

Elisia pursues equality and innovation. Her five years of experience in digital marketing and strategic communication implementation allows her to create compelling and meaningful brand storytelling.

Elisia believes that digital presence is a powerful tool that can educate people about invisible disabilities. By informing, we encourage the community to support and embrace inclusivity.

Elisia loves to create narrative videos on her own time. She often experiments on silent and colour graded clips. She also loves to read books. Her favourite author is C.S Lewis.