We have been providing National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) services since 2014, starting with our disability programs. Since this time, we have expanded our services to support participants with psychosocial disability, intellectual disability and physical disability.
WCS NDIS Services understands and promotes your right to choose your life goals and support.
Working in partnership with you, your family and important others, our experienced and friendly staff will work alongside you to:
We provide support coordination, individual support and group activities to participants who have an NDIS plan.
WCS is a NDIS registered provider, offering support to participants who have:
For further information, see this list of registration groups and prices: WCS_NDIS_Price_Guide_2021.
Our NDIS program has been designed to support participants to reach their NDIS goals. We work with people who have a permanent and significant disabilities of all ages and focus on building independence, building skills and recovery.
Participants must have an NDIS plan with the appropriate funding allocated to suit the WCS service offerings and choose WCS to work with them.
Our NDIS workers are guided by a person-centred approach to practice. All aspects of the program focus on the participant being at the centre of all decisions and supports. The person-centred approach focuses on prevention, early intervention and linkages to other services, supporting independence and wellbeing. The emphasis is on the participant and what they can do, not their disability.
The WCS NDIS program provides support through three streams:
Our support coordinators are experts in navigating the NDIS for the participant. They focus on achieving the participant’s goal and tailoring support to their needs and unique circumstances.
We have support coordinators who specialise in supporting people with psychosocial disability, autism or intellectual disability.
We have a team of social workers who specialise in working with participants who have complex circumstances including complex mental illness, co-occurring disabilities and behaviours of concern.
Our support workers can work with participants in groups and in 1:1 settings. Our support workers have experience in working with participants who have psychosocial disabilities and intellectual disabilities.
WCS Service Commitments
Our approach to service delivery
WCS’s purpose is to build connected communities and enrich people’s lives. We are guided by our values of inclusion, compassion, hope, social justice, integrity and responsiveness. For more information about our approach to service delivery, see Our Commitment to Service.