High Intensity Daily Personal Activities

High-intensity daily personal activities is the term used by the NDIS to describe the more complex supports some people need to manage their daily lives

It involves working with participants who require more specialised, health-related support. The support required is described in a support plan and developed for the participant by an appropriately qualified health practitioner. These include supporting people in their own homes or in community health settings who have: diabetes. epilepsy and high risk seizures.

To access this service, please contact us online or call us on 0404 046 919 to enquire


Assistance in Educational Programs

As part of our Improved Learning supports, we can help you with behavioural support, participation and engagement, personal care and social interaction so you can feel confident integrating with your new classroom.

Social Skills Workshops

We offer both 1-on-1 and group workshops with peers to help you learn positive ways to deal with common feelings like stress and anxiety as you continue your studies and enter the workforce.

Time & Workload Management

Entering higher education can be quite different from high school. Many institutions do not offer the same level of support that many high schools do, which is why we’re here to help you manage your time and workload for a healthy work-life balance.

Guidance & Skills Training

Our friendly support staff can help guide you through the application process with your educational program of choice. We can also help connect you with other supports and providers like student services or disability liaisons so you can study as independently as possible.

To access this service, please contact us online or call us on 0404 046 919 to enquire.