NDIS Funded cleaning services: How to access it?

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A clean and tidy home is essential for good mental and physical health. But what happens when cleaning becomes difficult due to limited mobility or disability? Will the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) pay for a cleaner to keep your home safe and well-organised? And to answer this question, Yes! The (NDIS) will fund necessary, relevant, and practical support for people living with a disability. The NDIS will fund support services for tasks you can’t do yourself but are necessary for your health and happiness.

In recent years, the NDIS has provided a significant opportunity for individuals with disabilities to access a wide range of services, including cleaning and home maintenance. Thus, NDIS covers the cost of cleaning services if your disability significantly impacts your ability to maintain a clean home.

This article aims to guide you through accessing NDIS-funded cleaning services and help you understand the eligibility criteria and work closely with NDIS professionals; you can determine whether you qualify for NDIS-funded services and take steps towards a cleaner and healthier living environment.

 

Understanding NDIS-Funded Cleaning Services

NDIS-funded cleaning services refer to the support services provided to individuals with disabilities under the NDIS cleaning support scheme. These services aim to provide assistance with daily living in maintaining a clean and healthy living environment, ensuring their overall well-being and independence.

 

What are the Eligibility Criteria for NDIS-Funded Cleaning Services

When it comes to accessing NDIS-funded cleaning aid, there are specific eligibility criteria that individuals need to meet. These criteria ensure that the services are provided to those who genuinely require assistance with their cleaning needs. Here are the key factors considered for eligibility:

  1. NDIS Plan: To be eligible for NDIS-funded cleaning aids, individuals must have an approved NDIS plan. The plan should include funding for cleaning support as one of the specified supports.
  2. Disability or Impairment: The individual seeking NDIS-funded cleaning services must have a disability or impairment that significantly impacts their ability to perform cleaning tasks independently. The disability can be physical, intellectual, cognitive, sensory, or psychosocial in nature.
  3. Substantial Functional Limitations: The disability or impairment should result in substantial functional limitations related to cleaning tasks. These limitations should be significant enough to require regular assistance or support from a ndis service provider.
  4. Assessment by a Professional: In most cases, an assessment by a healthcare professional or an Occupational Therapist (OT) is required to determine the extent of the individual’s cleaning support needs. The assessment helps evaluate the specific cleaning tasks the person needs assistance with and the level of support required.
  5. NDIS Funding Allocation: The availability of funding within the participant’s NDIS plan for cleaning aid is necessary. The plan should include a budget allocation for cleaning support, considering the specific needs and goals of the individual living with a disability.

Consulting with an NDIS planner and providing relevant documentation and medical reports will help assess eligibility accurately. Our Support Coordinators at Auspire Care are well-versed in NDIS policies and guidelines, ensuring you clearly understand your plan and its implementation.

By meeting these eligibility criteria, NDIS participants can access NDIS-funded cleaning support and receive the support they need to maintain a clean and healthy living environment, ensuring a higher level of independence and overall well-being.

 

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What types of cleaning services are covered by the NDIS plan?

While the specific inclusions may vary based on your approved NDIS plan and individual circumstances, here are some types of services that the NDIS may cover for cleaning:

  1. Household Cleaning: General household cleaning tasks such as dusting, vacuuming, mopping floors, cleaning surfaces, and tidying up living spaces are eligible for funding.
  2. Kitchen Cleaning: Assistance with cleaning kitchen areas, including countertops, sinks, stovetops, and appliances, to ensure a clean and safe food preparation environment.
  3. Bathroom Cleaning: Support for cleaning and sanitising bathroom fixtures, including toilets, showers, bathtubs, sinks, and mirrors, to maintain hygiene and prevent the spread of germs.
  4. Laundry Services: Assistance with washing, drying, and folding laundry, including sorting clothes, operating washing machines and dryers, and organising clean clothes.
  5. Window Cleaning: Cleaning of windows, both inside and outside, to ensure clear visibility and maintain a pleasant living environment.
  6. Carpet Cleaning: Deep cleaning of carpets and rugs to remove dirt, stains, and allergens, promoting a clean and healthy living space.
  7. Specialised Cleaning: Additional cleaning tasks that may be necessary due to specific needs or circumstances, such as specialised equipment cleaning, disability-specific cleaning requirements, or cleaning related to specific health conditions.

To determine the exact cleaning services covered by your NDIS plan, it is recommended to consult with an NDIS provider. We will guide your plan’s specific inclusions and limitations and help you access the appropriate cleaning services that best meet your needs.

 

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Accessing Cleaning Services and Home Maintenance

When accessing cleaning services and home maintenance, it is important to assess your specific needs, preferences, and budget. Consider factors such as the level of assistance required, the frequency of services, and the reliability and reputation of service providers.

You can utilise your Core Supports budget to receive assistance with cleaning, gardening, and home maintenance, falling under Support Category 1 (Assistance with Daily Living). The purpose of your Core Supports budget is to provide funding for essential aspects of your daily life. Your Core Supports budget’s flexibility allows you to allocate funding towards domestic cleaning, gardening, and home maintenance services.

By using your Core budget, you can access funds specifically earmarked for these activities, ensuring that you have the necessary support to maintain a clean and well-maintained living environment. Whether you require assistance with home cleaning, gardening tasks, or general help with cleaning, the disability support budget caters to these needs.

 

Find an NDIS-registered Service Provider

Are you seeking a reliable and supportive NDIS-registered Service Provider? Look no further than Auspire Care.

As an Australian NDIS registered provider, our experienced team of fully trained Professionals are ready to guide you through the whole process. We understand the complexities of the NDIS and will help you effectively manage your funding, process payments, and ensure compliance with NDIS guidelines. Contact Us today to explore how we can make a positive difference in managing your NDIS funding.

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