Personal Support and Care in daily life
Sympa provides personal support and care in daily life for individuals with disabilities to support you live the life you wish. At Sympa, our goal is consistency, continuity, and tailoring solutions that meet your needs. Our Support workers are highly skilled and can provide reliable and flexible support customised to personal needs and goals.
We help participants develop their daily living skills and provide Personal Support and care with various tasks which include:
All of the below are provided 24 hours a day seven days a week.
We welcome the possibility to review just how Sympa Care can assist you live the life you desire.
The costs you pay depend upon the solutions and Personal Care & Support you choose and also reflect those allocated by the funding firm (NDIS). We will certainly discuss an individual arrangement, tailored to fulfil your special needs. There are no surprise charges, and we provide a simple to follow approval and settlement process, with month-to-month statements.
Explore our Personal Support Services
Sympa Care is an NDIS disability care support service provider. It is an ambitious organisation towards our goal of allowing people with disabilities to live independently in the community.
Are you looking for personal support? Sympa Care connects you with care and support workers in your community who are trained to provide personal care. You can find trusted care and support workers near you.
Are you looking for domestic support? Sympa Care connects you with care and support workers in your community. You can find trusted care and support workers near you.
Do you want someone to organise your support? Sympa Care helps coordinate your needs with other professionals such as doctors, school principals, consultants, case managers etc., who are involved in your life or that of a loved one. You'll get professional advice from people who know what's best for you.
Do you want to be part of a community? Sympa Care connects you to a network of individuals, groups, organisations and agencies which provide information, education or advocacy on disability issues or offer opportunities for social interaction.