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Participant Support

TDSS provides personalised catered support for day-to-day access for social, community and in home care. We hand pick suitable support workers that fit each participants specific needs. Our goal is to assist participants to live enriched and independent living.

NDIS participants can have a service agreement arranged to assist them in accessing Support Services. Fill out the Participant Referral Form to get in contact with us today.

TDSS Mascot Bloom riding a rollercoaster with young child with down syndrome
TDSS Mascot Bloom running with non-binary person of colour with leg prosthetic
Capacity Building

TDSS helps to create processes in developing and strengthening the skills, instincts, abilities and processes that participants need to survive, adapt, and thrive in a fast-changing world. TDSS's essential ingredient in capacity-building, is transformation that is generated and sustained over time from within; creating healthy and long lasting transformations going beyond performing tasks to changing mindsets and attitudes

Man with williams syndrome watering the garden

Funding through the NDIS for transport assistance is possible if funded in the plan. If the participant cannot use public transport without substantial difficulty due to their disability.

TDSS carers are able to transport the participant with a disability for everyday commitments, appointments and community access events. TDSS do not charge for these services unless advised or requested by the nominee or participant or their representative.

NDIS Support Worker and Participant driving to appointment
Skill Building

TDSS have devised programs to help enhance an existing skill or develop a new skill. Each class consists of structured programs with step by step instruction to increase the capacity and capability of each individual thus taking into account the strengths and weaknesses of each candidate.

NDIS Participant horse riding with cattle
Personal Care

TDSS staff will assist with daily health and hygiene needs, helping to create daily routines and habits that will help to increase the independence and capabilities of each individual participant. Such as: Showering, Hair and body care, General personal Hygiene etc

This also includes needs such as: Stoma care, Bowel Care, Wound care (Nurse Assistance as required) Medication administration/charts and all documentation /record keeping.

NDIS Participant and Support Worker with sheet mask
Domestic Support

Domestic assistance can include tasks such as household cleaning and laundry, lawn or garden care, whilst supporting the participant in engaging in these daily activities helping to create functional and practical structure to their daily routines.

NDIS participant making christmas cookies
Short Term Accommodation

STA and respite, is funding for support and accommodation for a short time away from your usual home. It covers the cost of your care, accommodation, transport, food and daily activities in another place for up to 14 days at a time.

You might have a short stay with other people, or by yourself. It’s often funded when your usual carers aren’t available, or for you to try new things.

NDIS Support worker and participant at Australia Zoo
Community Access

TDSS and its staff help participants to access social and community events such as group activities and independently, both externally and in the (HUB). Activities such as: Art based, Music, Food, Creative, Markets/stalls and much much more. Each participant can decide on what events they would like to partake in and our staff will investigate as per the participants' likes and interests.

Transport to and from all allied health appointments and daily routine needs.

NDIS Participant playing mini golf
24 Hour Support

TDSS offer 24hrs support in SIL, ILO, MTA housing. Depending on the needs of each participant, we can arrange this as directed by the nominee or participants representative.

Housing - Household goods - 24hrs in home and community support workers - Transport - Activities and more.

NDIS amputee Participant watering garden
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