Do you need help with day to day tasks?

  • Daily living skills are the skills you use every day, like cooking, budgeting, cleaning, shopping etc. Supports with daily living will help you learn to do these tasks on their own.
  • Contact us and have a chat with our friendly team to know more.

Your NDIS plan will outline a range of supports which are aimed to help you reach the goals specified in your plan. These supports can come from:

  • Family and friends – also known as informal supports
  • Services and community groups
  • NDIS reasonable and necessary funded supports

Reasonable and necessary supports are those funded by the NDIS, which will help participants to:

  • pursue their goals, objectives and aspirations
  • increase their independence
  • increase social and economic participation, and
  • develop their capacity to actively take part in the community

In order to be considered a support which is reasonable and necessary, it must:

  • be related to the participant’s disability
  • not include day-to-day living costs that are not related to a participant’s disability support needs
  • represent value for money
  • be likely to be effective and beneficial to the participant, and
  • take into account informal supports given to participants by families, carers, networks, and the community

Daily Livings relates to four different support categories: Assistance with daily life, Transport, Consumables and Assistance with social and community participation . In an NDIS plan, the description under Daily Livings will refer to two or more of these support categories.

This support category funds to assist/supervise personal tasks of daily life to enable you to live as independently as possible. This can include:

  • personal care
  • household tasks
  • cleaning
  • laundry
  • meal preparation/delivery
  • gardening

This also includes assistance for people living in a shared environment

Funds to enable you to access the community and travel for educational, recreational and work purposes. This can include:

  • public transport
  • taxis
  • other transport costs

These funds are generally received fortnightly.

Funds to help purchase everyday use items. This can include:

  • continence products
  • Home Enteral Nutrition (HEN) products
  • interpreting
  • translating

Funds to enable a participant to engage community/social or recreational activities. This may include the provision of care as well as activity costs. Activities can include:

  • camps
  • vacation
  • outside school hours’ care
  • course or membership fees

This can also include funding to document the process and expected outcomes.

Stated supports – not flexible

Any services listed as ‘stated supports’ are not flexible. This means funding has been allocated for a specific support or service, and you can’t use this funding for something else. You cannot swap ‘stated supports’ for any other supports.

In-kind supports – pre-paid

If there are supports in your plan that are listed as ‘in-kind’, it means the service has already been paid for by your state, territory or the Australian government. You must use this provider as they have already received payment and will provide all services that are booked. This means you cannot choose a provider for that service, however if you have a concern about using a specific in-kind provider, you are encouraged to raise your concerns with your ECEI Coordinator, LAC or NDIA planner.

As the NDIS roll out continues across Australia, it is expected that in-kind supports will be phased out and you will have choice and control over the providers you use.


Live the life you choose and try something new, hang out with friend and more.

  • Social and Community Participation is about supporting you to take part in your community.
  • That may be in the way of signing up to :
    1. Join a social group
    2. Go on a holiday camp
    3. Visit your local library
    4. Go to community events
    5. And much more

Contact us and have a chat with our friendly team to know more
Some of our programs include:

Golden Age Home Care programs are designed to provide a welcoming and supportive environment and are operated  across Victoria.
Each location caters for varying levels of support and independence and takes into account the social and emotional needs of each individual to help ensure a harmonious space for all our participants.

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Golden Age Home Care focuses on Therapy and Clinical services for children and adults with a disability who requires bit of extra support.

Few of our services includes

  • Occupational Therapy
  • Psychology
  • Behavior Support
  • Early Childhood

Contact us and have a chat with our friendly team to know more.


  • Looking for a Support Coordinator who understands your needs?
  • At Golden Age Home Care, our Support Coordinators can help you connect with the right providers and bring your NDIS plan to life.
  • Contact us and have a chat with our friendly team to know more.

Golden Age Home Care Support
Coordinators will ensure to:

  • work with you to provide supports in a manner that suit your needs;
  • consult you on decisions about what and how supports are provided;
  • treat you with courtesy and respect;


  • to advise you of the cost of supports being provided;
  • communicate openly and honestly and in a timely manner;
  • listen to your feedback and work to resolve problems quickly;
  • inform you about the process for managing complaints;
  • keep clear and timely records on the supports provided;
  • protect your privacy and confidential information;
  • operate under any relevant privacy requirements.

There are three tiers of support coordination available to suit your individual requirements:

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