AT First Support Australia, we provide disability-related health supports services (DRH Supports Services) to NDIS participant who has significant and permanent functional impairment.
OUR nurses are registered, experienced, skilled, professional, commitment and passionate in caring and serving NDIS participant.
OUR Disability Support Workers are highly qualified, experienced, professional, commitment and passionate in caring and serving NDIS participant.
IF you are NDIS participant who requires DRH Supports Services, then, CALL or CONTACT us now and you can be guaranteed to be looking after and caring for by the best, highly experiences and friendly nurses and/or Disability Support Workers because at First Support Australia FIRST YOUR NEED, YES OUR SUPPORT.
Our DRH Supports Services assist NDIS participant to undertake activities of daily living and these supports are provided individually to participant and can be provided in a range of environments, including, but not limited to, the participant’s own home.
Our DRH Supports Services include but not limited to the followings supports services:
R Dysphagia: for participants who have trouble eating, drinking or swallowing on a daily basis;
R Respiratory: for participants requiring help with their breathing and maintenance of their respiratory health, including any associated care, comfort, planning or supports;
R Nutrition: for participants requiring help with the way they eat or understanding the food they need;
R Diabetes: for participants who have daily problems with how much sugar is in their blood;
R Continence: for participants who need daily assistance with toileting (bladder and bowel);
R Wound & Pressure Care: for participants who need daily wound and pressure care (resulting from pressure wounds or swollen limbs);
R Podiatry: for participants who require help looking after their feet, ankles and lower limbs;
R Epilepsy: for participants who need daily help managing the way epilepsy affects the way their brain and nerves work; and
R Botox and Splinting: It is unlikely Botox and splinting supports will be reasonable and necessary to include in a plan, as these are generally provided in a clinical setting.
However our DRH Support Service limited to the following NDIS Support Catalogue:
R Provision of Disability-Related Health Supports by Disability Support Workers – these supports should be claimed using the standard Daily Personal Activities and High Intensity Daily Personal Activities support items; and
R Assessment, planning and the provision of Disability-Related Health Supports by nurses – these supports should be claimed using the new nursing support items.