NDIS Disability services Subee Coffs Harbour Newcastle Central Coast

NDIS Disability Support

Subee provides professional care to those with disabilities and special needs, as an approved NDIS Provider. Clients are from a diverse range of disabilities including: clients with Head or Spinal Injuries, Cerebral Palsy, Motor Neurone Disease, Multiple Sclerosis and Intellectual Disabilities. Our staff are well trained to manage these clients and provide the most-suitable care supports to assist them to live their life in the best way possible.

NDIS Approved Provider

Subee has been an approved provider under the NDIS since commencement in the Hunter region in 2015. We now support the Newcastle /Hunter region, Central Coast and Coffs Harbour local government areas. We provide enablement for all ages in a professional manner that is focused on the individual needs of our care recipients. At all times, we will ensure that every participant is treated with respect, dignity and sensitivity in a non-discriminating manner. We have trained support staff ready to assist you to reach your goals. Subee is an NDIS approved for the following support services: NDIS Provider Subee
  • Coordination of supports
  • Plan management
  • Capacity building
  • Activities of daily living
  • Personal care
  • Meal preparation
  • Cleaning
  • Shopping
  • Community access
  • Holiday supports
  • Medication checks
  • Transport to appointments
  • 24-hour care /after-hours service
  • Clinical needs support
  • Complex needs
  • Home modifications
  • Therapeutic supports
  • Access to allied health providers
  • Home and garden maintenance services

Transportation Services

Subee now offers services with driver/care of wheelchair accessible vehicles and motor vehicles for clients to attend medical appointments, social support, community access and shopping Transportation services can be booked through the local area offices and are charged out at an hourly rate plus kilometres.

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