Disability Services Rockhampton
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NDIS Providers Committed to Quality Care & Support in Rockhampton
Welcome to Point Care. We offer quality care and support services to people with disabilities, striving to help them achieve their goals. Our team of courteous staff are skilled and knowledgeable. We are dedicated to providing service and support in a timely manner.
Based in Rockhampton City, we work with several types of disabilities and mental health conditions across all age groups. Our role as an NDIS provider is to ensure that people with disabilities have access to premium care, support and services that help them live the life they choose.
If you’re searching for disability services in Rockhampton or surrounds, look no further than Point Care. Contact our team today on (02) 7252 5353 to learn more about what we offer.
We offer a wide range of support services for people with disabilities & mental health conditions
Here at Point Care, we offer a wide range of services to cater to the needs of people with disabilities and mental health conditions in Rockhampton. This includes:
As a family-owned and operated company, Point Care understands the importance of family involvement in supporting people with disabilities. We work closely with families to ensure that they are involved in the care and support of their loved ones.
Our passion is to help people with disabilities achieve their dreams and reach their full potential. We would be honoured to support you or your loved one.
For more information, please don’t hesitate to get in touch either through our online contact form or on .
Frequently Asked Questions
If you are thinking about applying for the NDIS, it is important to speak to a Disability Support Worker or your local NDIS office to find out if you are eligible. You can also read the NDIS Guide for Participants, which will tell you everything you need to know about the NDIS.
There are many benefits of shared living arrangements for people with disabilities. This includes:
- Reduced costs—sharing a home with other people who have disabilities can be more affordable than living in a separate home
- Social support—living in a shared home can provide opportunities for socialising and making friends
- Access to specialist equipment or therapies—if one person in the home needs specialist equipment or treatments, all household members have access to it
- Increased independence—living in a shared home can help people with disabilities to learn new skills and become more independent