We care the way you would

At Combined Living Care, we work to build independence and increase opportunities and social participation for people living with a disability.

If you would like a carer, that would care for you the same way you would CONTACT US…

the work we do

We support Australians by offering support services for children, young people, families, people with disability, older Australians and carers.’
We work with thousands of people every day, to help them feel valued, cared for and understood.

In the face of challenging times, we want to reassure you that we are still delivering our services across all disciplines. The safety, health and wellbeing of our people, clients and community is our utmost priority at Combined Living Care.

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our services

We have a range of teams and professionals who will help you or your loved one with a disability. Our clinical health and disability services can be funded through the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), self-managed and plan-managed participants. For further information or to make a referral, please submit the disability referral form online here or you can contact us at 0404 046 919.

Helping People with disabilities to help themselves

Combined Living Care supports people aged 7-65 who have NDIS plans and are eligible for the scheme. We are also able to support people with a disability who aren’t eligible for the scheme by connecting them to services and supports in their local community. We aim to help people understand information, reach out to services and supports, and make decisions by themselves. If you are supporting a child aged 0-6 they may be eligible for Early Intervention Early Childhood (ECEI) supports. Visit this page on the NDIS website to find your closest ECEI provider. 

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Funding options available

Do you need help with your NDIS application?
Contact us and one of our experienced staff will be able to assist you.

Self Management

The NDIA provides you with funding so you can access the supports that will best help you pursue your goals.

Plan-managed Funding

The NDIA will provide funding in your plan to pay for a Plan Manager who pays your providers for you, helps you keep track of funds and takes care of financial reporting for you. 

NDIA – managed funding

When your plan is managed by the NDIA (sometimes referred to as Agency-managed)

Am I eligible for NDIS

Do you need help with your NDIS application?
Contact us and one of our experienced staff will be able to assist you.


I cannot thank CLC enough for their understanding and support through some difficult times. The support your company provided to our family has been life-changing. I would highly recommend Combined Living Care to anyone. Your company has made our life easier.”



I can't recommend Combined Living Care highly enough. 


latest updates

NDIS Housing

The NDIA housing is aimed at breaking down barriers and enabling people with disabilities to choose where and with whom they live. Like anyone, housing and living arrangements can influence our quality of life and can be influenced by: A well-designed house in the right location can allow for more independent living arrangements, increased community connection […]

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What types of supports are funded?

Some people living with a disability are not sure what to do with the support given to them by the NDIS. Just a reminder, the types of support that the NDIS may fund for participants include: If you need to ask how to get this support, call our CEO, Jennifer who will help with any […]

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NDIS and Employment: Using your funding to land your dream job 

PODCAST by NDIS. Latest News.... On this episode of Reasonable and Necessary, Dr George speaks with Donna Purcell and Jeannie Hodges from the NDIA & CEO of Hazzah & NDIS participant Ben Paior-Smith to find out how you can use your NDIS funding to find and maintain employment. We also look at what employers can […]

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Disability Worker COVID-19 Leave Grant

NDIS providers can now receive help if any staff contracts COVID 19 and have no more sick leave available. NDIS providers, registered or not, including individual providers of disability support (sole traders) and who provide the following classes of supports to participants: high intensity daily personal activities, involving the delivery of health related supports, community […]

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Price changes and what does that mean for you?

From 1 July 2023, there will be: The Superannuation Guarantee Charge of 0.5% will also be passed on in full. Participants do not need to do anything. Providers must discuss and agree to any proposed changes to existing service agreements with participants. It may be advisable to read all the changes in full, so everyone is […]

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Participant booklets now in 17 languages, Auslan and digital braille

The NDIS has now made available Participant Booklets and factsheets in 17 languages. The five new languages include Assyrian, Dari, Khmer, Korean and Turkish. So if you or a carer need to read a booklet in the language, please go to https://www.ndis.gov.au/languages. Booklet 1 covers: what the NDIS does and who is involved, how to […]

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Can NDIS Providers be trusted?

To be an eligible NDIS provider, the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission  (NDIS Commission) ensures providers meet certain requirements. This includes whether the NDIS provider or their key personnel have: All suitability assessments are on a case-by-case basis. The outcome of the suitabilityassessment will be taken into account by the NDIS Commission when making theirregistration decision to register […]

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