About Hope and Wish Australia

We are a NDIS provider approved for Home Modification, Household tasks, Innovative Community Participation, Assistant travel and Transport, Accommodation and Tenancy. We specialise in more intimate care with a focus on retaining fewer clients and delivering a higher level of service.  Our team of experienced engineers and staff work with  occupational therapists are available to work with NDIS participants across Australia. 

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Why Choose Us

We are passionate about helping our clients achieve their individual goals and we would be honoured to assist you or your loved ones in reaching your full potential. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you or your family member live a fuller life.

Our Services

Household tasks

NDIS participants who receive support services from occupational therapists can have a great impact on their daily lives. These services help people in a variety of tasks such as cleaning, dishwashing, laundry, ironing, and many more daily chores. The services are not restricted to those inside the house, but also activities such as gardening, backyard cleaning, grocery shopping, garbage disposal, and so on. As a result, NDIS participants who receive these services can live more independently and participate more fully in their community.

Complex Home Modification

NDIS participants who require home modifications due to the impact of their disability may be eligible for funding. Home modifications can include changes to the structure, layout or fittings of a participant's home so they can safely access it and move around comfortably in areas they frequently use. A suitably qualified Occupational Therapist must assess the participant's needs and recommend the appropriate home modifications. If the NDIS agrees that the home modifications are necessary, they will be included in the participant's NDIS plan and funding will be provided. This will ensure that the participant can continue to live independently in their own home.

Innovative Community Participation

NDIS participants often face significant barriers to employment and community participation. Our program is designed to support NDIS participants to build skills and confidence in order to actively participate in their community. Through side-by-side practice, the program provides participants with the opportunity to expand their horizons and develop new skills. The program is delivered by highly skilled Community Engagement Practitioners who adopt a capacity-building, community-based approach. This approach has been shown to be effective in assisting participants to make the transition away from the service to informal supports and/or employment. The Side by Side program is an important resource for NDIS participants, helping them to overcome barriers and realise their potential.

Assistant travel and Transport

NDIS participants who need to use transport services as part of their NDIS plan can request NDIS transport allowance to help cover the costs. This allowance can be used to cover the cost of public transport, taxis, or private transport services. In order to receive NDIS transport allowance, participants must have an NDIS plan that includes this funding. The amount of NDIS transport allowance available will depend on the individual's needs and budget. NDIS transport allowance can be requested through an NDIS planner or occupational therapist. Providers who wish to offer NDIS transport services must be registered with the NDIS. For more information about NDIS travel allowance and how to request it, please contact us.

Accommodation and Tenancy

The NDIS can assist participants to live independently. Participants and their families can discuss their home and living goals as part of their planning conversation. A participant's plan will include the supports the NDIS will fund as well as the supports the participant will need to access through the housing system. Most participants will continue to access housing in the private market by owning or renting, or through social housing. NDIS participants are responsible for day-to-day living costs including rent, groceries, utilities, telephone or internet costs. In some cases, NDIS participants may require support from an occupational therapist to assist with independent living skills such as cooking, personal care or budgeting.

Home Automation

Typical scope of works Where participants are reliant on physical support to undertake everyday functions like opening doors and operating lights, the criteria for reasonable and necessary NDIS funded supports may be met with home automation, as clinically assessed to meet the participant’s needs, through installation of: -Automatic door openers for main access and egress for the home, bathroom door and participant’s bedroom door. -Automatic Gate Openers. -Automated lighting and power control for areas in the home commonly used by the participant. -Automated climate control for areas in the home specifically used by the participant. -Automated control of window fittings for areas in the home specifically used by the participant. Emergency call system. -Video Intercoms. -CCTV and access. -Sensor devices or pressure pads where home automation can be used to control the environment and/or medical related assistive technology. Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) for -any medical equipment where the welfare of the participant may be at risk and is supported by clinical evidence.

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