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      NDIS Services

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Here at Raven Community Care, we pride ourselves with delivering the best possible care whilst matching the most appropriate support worker to meet your needs. All our staff are qualified, experienced and undergo a strict background check prior to commencing their role as a support worker.    

Core Supports help you with everyday activities, your current disability-related needs and to work towards your goals.

This includes, 

  • Assistance with Social & Community Participation. 

  • Assistance with Daily Life.

  • Mentoring Services.  

  • Household Assistance.

  • Personal Care Assistance.

  • Assistance with preparing meals. 

  • Group Programs

Capacity Building will allow you to access flexible, understanding and personalised care to ensure you can achieve your goals.

 This includes,

  • Assistance with Cleaning your home.

  • Assistance with preparing meals. 

  • Managing personal care.

  • Support with grocery shopping.

  • Assistance with Social & Community Participation.

  • Social skills and confidence building (I.e. Group programs with your peers)

Supported independent living is one type of support to help you live in your home. It includes help or supervision with daily tasks, like personal care, cleaning or cooking meals. It helps you live as independently as possible, while building your skills. Supported independent living is for people with higher support needs, who need some level of help at home all the time. We also offer STA, MTA and Respite Support. 

Support Coordination means we help you identify, coordinate and access support services and disability services providers on your behalf. Our Support Coordinators have over 10 years of experience working as Case Managers within the Community Services Sector.

Skill Set: 

  • Coordination of Supports.

  • Referrals and Advocacy. 

  • Collaboration and Empathic.

  • Proactive and Organised. 

  • Knowledgeable and Educated.

Group Based Activity Programs 

NDIS-funded group activities allow participants to develop their skills and participate in community groups. These support services are delivered under the Core Supports budget and can be claimed by a participant, their family or friends, or a registered NDIS service provider.


NDIS group activities are a great way to build community connections, develop friendships, and learn new interests and hobbies. 

Group activities allow participants to build connections, develop friendships, and learn new skills and hobbies while participating more fully in their community. Our group-based programs also support a range of mental health benefits, including improved mood and self-esteem.

Depending on the activity, participants may experience physical benefits as well. For example, participation in fitness classes or sports can result in increased strength and coordination. Other mental health benefits of group activities include a sense of belonging and increased confidence. This can be particularly beneficial for people with disabilities who may have experienced isolation or loneliness in the past.



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Who Can Access our Supports? 

Raven Community Care provides support to any individual who has a permanent diagnosis with a disability. 

Our experienced team provides an extensive range of support under the NDIS. At Raven Community Care we focus on your skills and strengths, rather than the things you aren’t able to do. Using this base, we work with you to find ways to achieve your short-term and long-term goals.

What to expect from Raven Community Care,

  • Experienced and trained support workers.

  • Consistent and friendly support workers.

  • Access to an extensive range of NDIS supports.

  • Support is tailored to your individual needs and preferences.

  • Over 50 combined years of experience delivering support services to the most vulnerable communities. 

To access Raven Community Care's support, you will need to have a current NDIS plan.

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