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Welcome to Help On Wheels

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What We Do

Supported Independent Living (SIL)

If you have a disability and you are unable to live independently, Supported Independent Living (SIL) Read More

High Intensity Care

We can assist you with your personal tasks of daily life to help you live independently. Read More

Personal Care

We provide assistance with a range of everyday activities in your home, supporting you to learn. Read More

Home Care Package

We are approved provider to support clients to have a quality life at their own homes. Read More

Social & Community

We can accompany you to shopping, doctor's appointments, or your activities or visit friends. Read More

Transport

We will drive you to appointments or community places and take you back home when you’re done. Read More

Support Coordinator

We will support you to build the skills you need to understand, implement NDIS plan. Read More

Brokerage Services

We are the provider of brokerage services to aged care & disability support providers. Read More

Why Choose help on Wheels ?

Help on wheels is a registered NDIS service provider committed to providing excellent care with compassion to maximise the potential of each individual.

Trusted

As your independent partner, you can count on us to always provide you with unbiased support, every step of the way.

Expertise

Our experienced team have been helping people navigate their plans since the NDIS started national roll-out in 2016.

Choice and Control

Our services and online tools are designed to put you in control and give you flexibility you need to get the most from your plan.

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    Help On Wheels FAQS

    The NDIS is for people with a significant disability that affects their everyday life. It provides funds straight to individuals (if they want) – giving people more choice and control over the kind of support they’d like.
    Individuals apply for funding through the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA). If they’re eligible, the NDIA will set up a meeting with the individual to help understand their goals and decide on their funding.

    At Stride, a support worker can help you every step of the way. You can also contact the NDIA directly on 1800 800 110 or www.ndis.gov.au
    You may be eligible if:

    You live in Australia and are an Australian citizen, permanent resident or hold a protected special category visa.

    You’re between the age of 7 and 65 You have a disability that’s permanent (or likely to be so) which affects your ability to communicate, interact socially, move safely around your home and the community or manage your personal care or banking.

    Read more on NDIS eligibility or access the full criteria here.

    Call on 1800 800 110 or www.ndis.gov.au