Working with NDIS

National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and My Aged Care clients are a specialty and I have a lot of experience working with clients presenting with various challenges that can cause their spaces to become dysfunctional or unhelpful. 

I have experience working with people who have autism, BPD, bi-polar disorder, anxiety, depression, ADHD, hoarding disorder, Tourette Syndrome, PTSD, complex trauma, dementia, brain injuries, vision impairment, hearing impairment, post-polio, physical disability and physical differences.

For children with NDIS plans, I work with both the child and/or the parent, depending on the family’s needs. 

I can work with self-managed or plan-managed participants of NDIS, and am always happy to cooperate with health professionals and support services to ensure the client has all of their needs met and their goals achieved. 

If you have an NDIS plan

If you are self- or plan-managed, and you have relevant goals in your plan, you can very likely claim my services through NDIS. You can find out more about how I work here.

Unfortunately I can’t work with NDIA-managed participants, sorry about that.

If you have a Support Coordinator, send them a link to this website for more information on referrals. If you do your own support coordination, feel free to get in touch and we can chat about how I might help.

For Support Coordinators

I’m happy to chat any time with Support Coordinators, Social Workers, Plan Managers, LACs and others about helping their clients get the decluttering support they need.

You can download an information sheet here. My email address is on the forms so you can contact me directly with any questions or with your referrals, or you can get in touch here.