Services

'Participant Directed'         'Participant Focused'         'Participant Outcomes

Holding Hands

Support Coordination

Encompass House works in partnership with people with a disability, their families and other service providers to co-ordinate a holistic person centred journey.

Support Coordinators at Encompass House support participants to

  •  reach their goals

  • self-advocate  

  • be an active member in their own community. 

Face to face contact is an important component of delivering participant directed and participant focused support. We have an open house policy whereby clients and families are encouraged to drop in for a coffee and a chat.

Core Supports

Supporting individuals and their families who are recipients of NDIS and DSOA 

Household Tasks 

Assist Personal Activities  

Participate in the Community 

Assist with Travel/Transport

 

Services are Provided in line with the Disability Act 2006, Department of Human Services Standards and the NDIS Act 2013.

 

We have an open door policy and multi-disciplinary, cross cultural team approach.  Our team of Support Workers all have the following:Police Check - Working With Children Check -NDIS Workers Clearance - Reference checked -  Appropriate training to suit specific participant's needs 

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Support Group

Psychosocial Recovery Coaching

Encompass House has broadened our supports offered to now include Psychosocial Recovery Coaching for NDIS participants. Our leading mental health Sandro and Peta are knowledgeable within the field and have currently no waiting times.

What is Psychosocial Recovery Coaching?

At Encompass House, our psychosocial recovery team are support coordinators with in-depth knowledge of mental health and how the NDIS can support those living with a psychosocial illness.

Why are we implementing this?

We believe there is an extensive gap within the field when it comes to support coordination and mental health. We are offering our services and knowledge of developing plans for those experiencing a psychosocial illness within the NDIS. We hope to continue our person centre approach within these services as we have with our support coordination.