Caring for Others
Horizons PWC is a registered NDIS provider that supports the Australian Community through services such as:
This temporary support for the care of pets and personal care animals seeks to support pet owners when they need it (for trips, illness, or occupations), generating confidence and peace of mind.
We provide timely and efficient support in the care, cleaning, and administration of the home, we seek to facilitate your daily life by supporting you in household chores.
Innov community participation
We support the generation of trust in clients and caregivers so that the process of integration into the community is efficient in the short and effective in the medium and long term, generating independence and own skills.
We support the mobility process for people with a disability, either on public transport or in private vehicles. facilitating their movement and integration.
Daily personal activity
Assistance, support or supervision of personal daily life tasks that allows developing skills to live in the most autonomous way possible.
Development of daily
We support the creation of skills and competencies that allow the development of self-management, including training and support in public transport, development of skills for community, social and recreational participation.
Support and generation of skills for caregivers are also carried out.
What is NDIS?
The National Disability Insurance Scheme is also called the NDIS
The NDIS is a new way for people with disability to get the care and supports they need to live a better life
The NDIS recognises that everyone is different and gives people with disability choice and flexibility
This means you can choose who provides that support. For example, you may not be happy with the service provider you use. The NDIS will make it easier for you to change service providers and make sure you are getting the support you need
If you are happy with the support you are getting, there is no reason to change. The NDIS will not take that help away
What support can I get from the NDIS?
The life of each person with a disability is different, so the support will be different for everybody.
The NDIS will fund reasonable and necessary supports. ‘Reasonable’ support is one that is fair and represents good value for money. ‘Necessary’ support is one which you must have to live your life independently.
The NDIS pays for different supports for different people depending on their goals. Two people with similar impairments may have very different NDIS plans because their personal goals may not be the same.
You can also contact NDIS on 1800 800 110 for more information about the National Disability Insurance Scheme or go to their website www.ndis.gov.au