Harara for Disability Care Services provides high quality of disability services to support people with disabilities to achieve their goals and to live safely and comfortably at home and including engage them in the community. We provide services for most of the people who have intellectual, physical, and neurological disability. with our supports and services, you can continue to enjoy the things you love about for as long as possible.
Depending on your disability and your circumstances, you may be eligible to access our disability services using government funding or with a National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Plan.
Harara for Disability Care services is a registered NDIS provider and has been working hard to grow and provide high quality of services to meet the opportunities that the NDIS will bring to our region for people with a disability and their families.
we look forward to doing even more in the NDIS world to help realise the dreams and goals of people with a disability.
We support people to develop the skills and capabilities they need to gain in dependence and participate in the community.
There are no one -size first-all plans here.We Know that everyone is different, so when you work with us you can expect a personalised support plan that is designed to support you in reaching your goals.
When never need us:
Harara for Disability team supports people from sites and community hubs across the Sydney and into regional NSW.
Easy access, flexible services:
We deliver our services where you need them to support you achieve your needs .Whether it’s at home ‘at work ‘with your family, or out in the community,we,ve got you covered.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is the new funding scheme to support people with disability, their families, and carers. Designed by the Federal Government, the NDIS uses an insurance approach, much like Medicare. Through the NDIS, clients will receive individual funding that they can take with them wherever they live in Australia.
We help our participants to find a Support Worker who shares their interests and suits their needs.