Disability Services Rockhampton

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Two happy kids hugging each other — Disability Services in Cairns, QLD

Bryce Vella – Intake Officer

Bryce brings to Point Care a wealth of experience in human services, with over a year of dedicated service in roles ranging from Support Worker to Intake Officer. At Point Care, he is responsible for overseeing employment of staff and creation of quotes for new clients, ensuring that our operations align with our core values of integrity, innovation, and excellence.

Before joining Point Care, Bryce excelled in various capacities at Dominos Pty Ltd, where he developed a strong background in customer satisfaction, multitasking and communication. His expertise in organisational development, human resources and recruiting combined with a proactive approach to maintaining an inflow of staff across Queensland, has been instrumental in driving our success.

Bryce holds a Diploma in Business Studies from CQUniversity, supplemented by studying a Bachelor of Social Work at CQUniversity

Bryce’s vision for Point Care revolves around enhancing our risk management framework to not only protect but also propel our company forward in recruitment efficiency, cultural competency, and client satisfaction with staff. He is committed to fostering a culture of continuous improvement, where risk awareness is integrated into every aspect of our operations.

“Empathy is our compass, excellence our destination, and collaboration our vehicle. At Point Care, we navigate challenges with understanding, strive for nothing short of exceptional service, and journey forward together, knowing that our collective efforts empower those we serve and uplift our community.”

Woman feeds girl on a wheelchair — Disability Services in Cairns, QLD

Patricia (Trish) Dwyer – Support Coordinator

Trish brings to Point Care a wealth of experience in the disability and administrative field, with over 18 years of dedicated service in roles ranging from carer, administration to support coordination. At Point Care, she is responsible for assisting clients meet their NDIS goals in line with their NDIS budget and sourcing service providers to accommodate client’s disabilities, ensuring that our operations align with our core values of integrity, innovation, and excellence.

Before joining Point Care, Trish excelled in various capacities at Rockhampton Regional Council, where she developed a strong background in record keeping administration. Trish has also been a support carer for her disabled partner for 18 years. Her expertise in caring and administration, combined with a proactive approach to support coordination, has been instrumental in driving our success.

Trish holds a Certificate III in Community Services and is in the final stages of completing a Diploma in Community Services, supplemented by completion of Mental Health First Aid training.

Trish’s vision for Point Care revolves around enhancing our risk management framework to not only protect but also propel our company forward in meeting client goals and customer satisfaction. She is committed to fostering a culture of continuous improvement, where risk awareness is integrated into every aspect of our operations.

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Michelle Hoult

Michelle Hoult — Client Relationship Officer (Northern)

Michelle brings a variety of experience to Point Care andthe Community Services sector, with over 5 years of dedicated service and relationship management experience. At Point Care, she is responsible for developing and nurturing relationships with current clients and stakeholders, and seeking new opportunities for continued growth within Point Care. Michelle is responsible for the regions of North and Far North of Queensland, serving Gladstone to Cairns.

Before joining Point Care, Michelle worked in the Security Industry, within her families business which focused on Lone Worker safety. Her primary role was sales and relationship management. Before this Michelle enjoyed her position as a Primary School teacher, and also served over 8 years in the Royal Australian Navy. Michelle finds great satisfaction in helping others and she strives to provide timely, quality services to meet the unique needs of each client.

Michelle holds an Undergraduate in Bachelor of Education from the University of Tasmania, she is currently studying a Master of Guidance and Counselling through James Cook University. Michelle also holds a Cert IV in Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD).

Michelle has a vision for Point Care to become known as the provider of choice for those seeking integrity, quality care and a “can do” attitude. Michelle is committed to the growth of Point Care, where the brand is instantly recognisable and the reputation is known for great service providing timely, quality care.

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A Girl and Three Young Women Posing for A Photo — Point Care in Rockhampton, QLD

Simoné Grobler — Client Services Manager

Simoné is a Client Services Manager, with over 7 years of experience managing specialist practices and medical sector. Her background in management, administration, and account management informs her mindful but competitive approach.​

At Point Care she is responsible for overseeing [key responsibilities, e.g., risk management strategies, operational management, etc.], ensuring that our operations align with our core values of integrity, innovation, and excellence.

Simoné was a highly organized Practice Manager and Administrative Support Officer at The Rockhampton Mater Hospital with 5 years of experience managing administrative tasks, scheduling appointments, and coordinating meetings. Skilled in managing multiple projects simultaneously, ensuring timely completion of tasks, and maintaining accurate records.

Simoné’s goal at Point Care is to continue to grow and provide quality, caring and exceptional services to our participants and their loved ones.

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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 1800 288 622 to learn more about what we offer.
Disability Services in Rockhampton, QLD
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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 1800 288 622.

Our services are designed to help people with disabilities achieve their goals. We offer SIL, community nursing, emergency accommodation and more to clients in Rockhampton.

Point Care is your local NDIS provider in Rockhampton. We offer a range of services such as supported independent living, group activities and centre-based activities.

We are always looking for talented and compassionate people to join our Rockhampton team. If you’re interested in working with us, visit our careers page to learn more.

Our Disability Support Services

Happy People with Disabilities — Disability Services In Rockhampton, QLD

Assistance With Finding Accommodation

We specialise in finding appropriate accommodation for people living with disabilities. Whether you’re interested in a certain area of Rockhampton or require specific facilities—we’ll work with you to find a property that suits your requirements.

Our team help people with disabilities find appropriate travel options available in Rockhampton. This way, you can relax and enjoy your trip without having to worry about accessibility.

If you live in Rockhampton with a disability, our community nurses are here to help make your life easier. We can assist you with tasks like personal care, administering medications and managing your health needs.

Our coaches in Rockhampton offer individual or group sessions to help our clients learn the skills they need to live independently. We offer tailored programs that cover the essentials including arranging transport, cleaning and developing social skills.

We provide support and guidance for disabled people in Rockhampton who want to learn how to carry out household tasks like doing the laundry, cooking and washing the dishes.

If you want to take up a new hobby or engage more with the Rockhampton community, we’re here to help. Our group and centre-based activities are tailored to help you to achieve your goals.

Our team is dedicated to helping our clients live their best lives in Rockhampton. We offer care and support that helps them participate in the activities they enjoy—whether that’s gardening or going swimming.

If you are living with a disability and need emergency accommodation, we’re here for you. We work with people in Rockhampton to find safe, accessible and convenient short-term and medium-term accommodation.

We provide disabled individuals living independently in Rockhampton with support services 24/7. We can help you or your loved ones with preparing meals, arranging transport and more.

We offer a variety of services for NDIS participants who live in shared accommodations in Rockhampton. We are available to assist with completing daily tasks, transitioning to independent living arrangements and more.

Our support coordinators in Rockhampton are dedicated to helping you access the NDIS services you require. Our support services range from providing guidance on how to effectively use your NDIS plan to accessing specialist care.

Lawn mowing, weeding, exterior home maintenance—we provide a comprehensive range of gardening and yard maintenance services for NDIS participants in Rockhampton. Let us help you manage your daily tasks so you can stay independent.

Our psychosocial recovery counsellors are committed to supporting disabled individuals during times of crisis in Rockhampton. We offer personalised services designed to assist NDIS participants with managing their mental health conditions and achieving their goals.

Whether you’re suffering from low self-esteem or are experiencing problems in a personal relationship, we’re here to help. We offer NDIS counselling services in Rockhampton, helping disabled individuals explore a wide range of issues.

SDA Vacancies

At Point Care, we understand every individual is unique and has different needs and requirements when it comes to housing. We offer a range of special disability accommodation (SDA) options to suit those needs. Explore our current vacancies or contact us to arrange a consultation.

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:
  1. Reduced costs—sharing a home with other people who have disabilities can be more affordable than living in a separate home
  2. Social support—living in a shared home can provide opportunities for socialising and making friends
  3. Access to specialist equipment or therapies—if one person in the home needs specialist equipment or treatments, all household members have access to it
  4. Increased independence—living in a shared home can help people with disabilities to learn new skills and become more independent
If you’d like to learn more, contact us today to learn more about how we can assist!

Get in Touch

Monday – Friday 08:30 am – 5:00 pm
Saturday – Sunday: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm (telephone support only)

Disability Support in Rockhampton