NDIS Services

Assistance with Daily Personal Activities

Supported Independent Living

Short Term Accommodation

Assistance with Daily Living Life Skills

Assistance with Daily Personal Activities

Community Participation

NDIS Support Coordination

Community Nursing Services

Assistance with Household Tasks

Psychosocial Recovery Coach


Assistance with Personal Activities

We Assist you with Daily Personal Activities so that you are able to live your life with independence. We are a NDIS service provider, Personal care supports is likely to assist you to pursue a number of different goals, rather than being related to a specific goal. Our Support staff will help you to live in the comfort of your home, while providing assistance with daily routine tasks.

We at Hola Support realise how important community participation is for the overall wellbeing of an individual. Our dedicated and respectful staff are proficient in all aspects of caring and we make sure that you feel your best. Our Community Participation Support program provides opportunities for meaningful community inclusion and developing your skills, thus increasing your potential for employment and having a quality life.

Our Support staff understands that Personal care supports may be required across a variety of settings and are able to provide support where required. For instance, a participant living alone in their own home, living with family or other people, when undertaking social, recreational, education or employment activities or during holidays away from home.

Our services may include the following

  • Assistance with shopping and meal preparation
  • Assistance with personal care
  • Personal hygiene, including showering, bathing, oral hygiene, dressing and grooming;
  • Assistance with household management skills
  • Bladder and bowel management and menstrual care
  • Assistance with appointments
  • Developing your hobbies and interests
  • Using aids and appliances, hearing and communication devices;

NDIS Guidelines

Supports to provide assistance with daily personal activities should generally be limited to a maximum of 6 hours per day. This level of support is based on:

  • Bathing, dressing, toileting and grooming up to 2 hours per day – including bowel management, skin care, bladder management, menstrual care;
  • Assistance with eating up to 2 hours per day which may include assistance with medication;
  • Mobility including exercise, positioning, moving up to 1 hour per day; and
  • Where toileting assistance alone is required, up to 1 hour a day.

In some circumstances, the NDIA may decide to fund higher levels of personal care support. In considering whether a higher level of support is needed, the NDIA will give consideration to:

  • Whether the participant has high care needs, for example unstable seizure activity or respiratory support;
  • The weight (and other physical aspects) of the participant;
  • The medical condition of the participant, including any medication required;
  • Whether the need for a higher level of support is of a temporary nature. For example, due to waiting for a suitable home modification (for example, a bathroom modification) to be completed;
  • Whether two people are required for transfers;
  • Whether there are behavioural concerns which require more intensive assistance with personal care activities and there are no other options, for example behavioural support intervention; and
  • Whether additional time limited funding is likely to reduce a participant’s longer term support costs by building their capacity to independently perform personal care activities.
  • The NDIA will also consider whether assistive technology, home modifications or other supports can be used to reduce the level of assistance with daily personal activities.

When personal care supports are being considered, the NDIA will have regard to the degree to which these supports:

  • Maximise the independence and functional skills of the participant;
  • Are appropriate to the participant’s age and circumstances; and
  • Whether alternative arrangements or supports could meet a participant’s needs in a less intrusive manner. For example, aids and equipment may enable a participant to complete tasks for themselves or the provision of training may increase the participant’s independence in the tasks.

Contact us

Contact info

(08) 7078 5845


Level 1/127 Haydown Rd Elizabeth Vale SA 5112

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