Disability Support

Our Support, Your Success

Hessel is an approved provider of NDIS and we are now supporting people up to the age of 65, in conjunction with the NDIS rollout. With services available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week you will get the support when you need it.

We are about people, so we want to know about you and how we can assist in reaching your goals and achieve greater levels of independence in whatever it is that you choose. Every person we meet has a different set of goals so we want to make sure that we give you the right support, with the right services. You are in control, making your own choices with the services that you use. At the end of the day, we are here to support your success.

Are you eligible to access NDIS? Visit the NDIS Access Checklist

Assistance with my daily personal living

Assistance with your daily activities

Our support can help you in reaching your independent living goals by providing you with assistance or supervision with your daily personal tasks.

  • Dressing and grooming
  • Showering, bathing and other personal care
  • Bathroom support
  • Mealtimes supporting your independence
  • Social independence


Assistance for me with community activities

Participation in community, social and civic activities

At Hessel we support you to live, connect and be part of your community. You can be involved in a social event or in a recreational activity that you would like to try or for the ones that you already love. We are flexible with support 7 days a week, when you need it most.

This can mean many things for many people:

  • Catching up with family or friends
  • Participating in a recreational activity
  • Attending your favourite sporting event
  • Developing your skills in an activity
  • Support with mobility or orientation in the community or at an event
  • Going to a concert
  • Attending social groups
  • Going on a shopping trip

Support with my household

Household Tasks

It is essential for our health and wellbeing to have a clean and maintained home. Whether you live at home with your family or you are living on your own we can assist with keeping the household going. You may be looking for some regular support but sometimes you just need an extra hand around the home.

Some of the ways we can assist:

  • Domestic duties around the home
  • Vacuuming, dusting
  • Washing, ironing and folding your laundry
  • Dish washing
  • Preparation of Meals
  • Shopping for groceries

Support with my education

Assistance to Integrate into School and other Educational Programs

Transitioning between schools or starting a new school or educational program? You don’t have to do it alone, we can support you so all you have to worry about is learning! We can be by your side for just the first few weeks until you are confident with your new surroundings or we can give ongoing support.

What can this look like?

  • Support transitioning and navigating through school
  • Daily assistance getting from class to class
  • Physical support during your studies
  • Communication with your educators during class
  • Personal care within the school environment

Assistance with my Physical Wellbeing

Physical Wellbeing Activities

We are here to support you with activities that promote and encourage physical wellbeing including your exercise and health plans. You may be receiving physical therapy or dietitian plan, we are able to guide you through and support the implementation of these plans in your home.

Everyone needs different supports but here are a few:

  • Your physical therapy homework
  • Speech Therapy support
  • A walking or exercise companion

A break for me or my family

Respite at Home

With flexible support available 24/7 we can give your carer or family a break from routine but this is also a way for you to take time out.  Sometimes the main carer is dependant on other family members or personal networks to replace them. It is not always easy to get the time when you need it. You can use respite in ways that suit you, your carer or family.

Respite can be used in many different ways:

  • Allow a carer to take a block of time for a social activity or a mini break
  • Give yourself a break from your carer
  • Perfect for tired or burnt out family members or carers
  • Give your family some extra time to with other siblings or their partner
  • Support with leisure or domestic activities
  • Break for the carer
  • Support your therapies


Provided as a member of the Disability Services Provider Panel.




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