Pluses4U specialises in providing services for members of the LGBTIQ communities wishing to access services from the NDIS.
Cole Naylor from Pluses4U (pictured) said he looks after the needs of people with intellectual, mental health and physical disabilities who look to access the NDIS.
As doctors are not well-trained in completing the documentation required, Pluses4U provides that service.
Cole assesses the client’s needs and completes the documentation, which is then forwarded to the accreditation agency, the NDIA.
Cole speaks with the client to assess what they need for their health and wellbeing. That can include access to health professionals or social opportunities. It can be as simple as outings for a swim for their physical wellbeing.
Once the NDIA approves the documentation, the client will then choose a provider which can be Pluses4U or alternative providers.
Pluses4U also provides skills training. Clients might wish to take cooking lessons or upskill their domestic abilities in order to live more independently. Cole also provides that service.
All in all, Pluses4U is dedicated to providing opportunities for people with intellectual, mental health and physical disabilities to access to the NDIS to improve the quality of their lives.
To find out more about how Pluses4U can help you, contact Cole Naylor on 0490 519 073 or email Pluses4U@gmail.com.
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