Get Wide Range Support Services for Acquired Brain Injury
an Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) can significantly impact day to day life. Where cognitive abilities, emotions, and involuntary body functions gets impacted It would be emotionally challenging to see a loved one struggling with the complications caused by ABI.
Contact Blue Heart Community Care to get a wide range of support services and an accommodation for acquired brain injury. Being a NDIS registered service provider, we aim to support NDIS funded participants to address their daily challenges, putting their abilities to optimal use and exploring their lives to the fullest potential.
Specialist Acquired Brain Injury Support Services
Blue Heart Community Care, with its team of dedicated, skilled and qualified professionals, extend specialist support services to participants with an acquired brain injury. In addition, we work towards empowering the participants to cultivate new skills and live fulfilling lives.
Live Independently with Support Service for living with an Acquired Brain Injury
Not all brain injuries are the same - Some injuries leave a permanent disability, while some injuries have a short-term impact. At Blue Heart Community Care, we offer a range of specialist support services tailored to individuals and assist them through NDIS application, planning and support coordination. In addition, we focus on facilitating and enabling the participants to access adequate funding and support.
Acquired Brain Injury Support Services Designed for You
At Blue Heart Community Care, we support participants to focus on understanding their strengths and develop new life skills, enabling them to live independently. Moreover, we promote flexibility in arranging support services that best meet participant’s personal, cultural, and religious preferences.
Additionally, we assist the participants in taking control of their lives to ensure optimal utilisation of their NDIS funding.
What Does Our Support Services for living with an Acquired Brain Injury Cover?
- Personal care assistance with showering and dressing
- Helping with day-to-day life skills like cooking, cleaning, or laundry
- Budgeting and household management
- Active participation in social life
- Budget planning and management
- Personal hygiene and presentation