At Live Life Care, we are a registered NDIS provider. NDIS stands for the National Disability Insurance Scheme. This is an independent body, designed to improve and maintain the quality of NDIS support services. They do this through a range of schemes that help to investigate and resolve problems, as well as improve the skills and knowledge of providers all around Australia.

The main aim of the NDIS, is to change the ways in which we support people with disabilities in Australia. It uses an approach that is focused on long term benefits of care as well as providing people with access to higher quality care, should they need it.


As part of our NDIS plan, we have the option to provide you with SIL (supported independent living) services. SIL is mainly focused around help or supervision regarding daily tasks around your home. It is designed to develop your skills as an individual in order to allow you to live as independently as possible. No matter your living arrangements, whether you live with family, or a shared home, we can provide you with the support that you need.

The support we provide will be based on the plan we have already created for you. This will look at the level of support that you require to live independently based on your particular disability. The severity of your disability will determine how much support you will need on a daily basis, as well as what particular tasks you need support with.

Steps to Consider

As part of your SIL plan, there are various steps that you should consider. Each of these steps will help you to determine the type of plan you need based on your disability, as well as the costs that will come with that specific plan.

Individual considerations

While creating your plan, it is best to look at your needs as an individual. This will consider your short term and long term goals to set the objectives and benchmarks best suited for you. You must also consider your daily routines. By looking at your particular daily routines, we can tailor our support services to best meet your support needs in your routine.

Hours of support needed

It is also crucial that we get a good understanding of the hours in which you will need the most amount of support. This will help us set up a staff rotor so that you can see a familiar face on a regular basis. Additionally, it will also allow us to allocate time which can be used to deal with any irregular support needs, should any unforeseen circumstances occur

Support with Total Costs

It is extremely important to work out the total costs for your plan. You must include unforeseen costs that you may not expect and also consider any exclusions (such as food and utility bills) to make sure you have the budget to cover all of the costs involved. We can assist you with managing this part of your care and provide assistance with preparation of your budgets.