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Welcome to PHASE

We provide disability support services for young children, adolescents and adults. We provide community access and inclusion supports, school holiday programs, special needs holiday campsin-home respite care and emergency respite support for children and adults.

We are confident we can provide you with highly experienced staff wherever you are located in Perth Metro Area. Our commitment to you is unmatched quality and professional services. We will tirelessly work with you to find solutions that exceed your expectations. Read More

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Perth Disability Support Services

At PHASE, we are open 7 days a week, which makes us a perfect choice for all of your additional support needs, no matter when you find yourself needing them. We understand that life can throw you a curveball sometimes, and that is why we are here – for the times when you need that extra pair of hands, or a break, or even just a shoulder to cry on.

Our disability support services across Perth are available to all age ranges and are delivered by our team of highly experienced staff who specialise in working with challenging and complex behavioural needs. We celebrate the abilities, strengths, and diversity of anyone who is living with a disability and aim to create services that provide the individual and his/her carer/family with the right support at the right time.

Are You Searching For A Disability Service In Perth?

Then you’ve come to the right place. We are PHASE, an NDIS registered provider of disability service, located in Perth, WA. We pride ourselves on working with our customers to create unique, individualised care plans that provide maximum support.

Why is being NDIS registered important?

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is an Australian scheme designed to provide individualised planning, opportunities for funding, and support for those living with a disability, as well as their families and/or carers.

The NDIS guarantees a lifetime approach that will change and adapt over time depending on your circumstances, always designed to suit and assist you.

What Disability Services Do We Offer?

We offer a range of disability services and programs to suit your needs:

Respite Care Programs

If you’re a caregiver and you find yourself feeling exhausted most days, it may be time to consider respite care services and give yourself the opportunity to relax and recuperate.

School Holidays Programs

Some mainstream holiday programs are not equipped to work with children who have special needs, which is where we come in. Our school holiday programs are designed to provide young people with a range of fun, engaging, and exciting activities that allow them to work on their group skills. If, for any reason, you are unsure if your child would be able to attend an activity, please contact us and we may be able to work out a plan around the problem.

Social Clubs

Our social clubs are perfect for anyone looking for others who share common interests and enjoy partaking in the same activities. Led by a disability support worker who will provide direction for the group on the day, activities could be anything from watching a movie together to driving to a local market.

Each of our services begins with a personal conversation to establish goals and ensure we work together to achieve them in a timely and efficient manner. We ensure that we address any immediate concerns raised by family members, promote a better quality of life for all parties, and serve the community in which we live.

Disability Support Workers in Perth

We care. Now, we know what you’re thinking – we have to say that. But the truth is, we really do care.

We, as a team, are 100% committed to making sure that every one who uses our disability support services in Perth is comfortable with us, and that everyone involved has the best experience possible with us.

We are a team of people who understand that some members of our community have additional care needs, and that it’s okay for you as their primary caregiver to have a break sometimes, and that you shouldn’t feel any sort of shame or guilt for that. That is a message that we want all of you as caregivers to understand, too.

What Makes Our Disability Support Workers Stand Out From Others Across Perth?

Our staff are unique in not only their level of commitment and dedication to their job, but the fact that, as a standard, they are all accredited with the following:

  • Clearance for Working with Children
  • Police Clearance
  • A First Aid qualification
  • Manual handling certification

Our team of Perth based disability support workers are here for you no matter what you need, and will go above and beyond to ensure that your loved one receives the highest level of care for their individual needs.

Responsibilities of a Disability Support Worker in Perth

We treat every person we care for as a unique individual. Consequently, all our Perth disability support workers provide personalised support that includes:

  • recognising that disabled people may be especially vulnerable and safeguarding them against abuse and exploitation, protecting their rights and ensuring they are treated properly and with respect
  • helping with living skills by providing guidance to make the right decisions, ensuring they are able to attend appointments, supporting them through daily tasks such as cooking and cleaning and generally encouraging them to live a normal life
  • assisting with hobbies and leisure activities so people can become members of the local community
  • ensuring support plan goals are achieved
  • making sure that people can look after themselves properly by eating well, taking medication, having exercise and keeping clean
  • accurate record-keeping of medication taken, activities and achievements so that progress can be assessed and changes made when necessary.

Our disability workers in Perth ensure the people they care for can have as full a life as possible and will do everything in their power to make that happen.

Skills & Qualifications for Disability Support Staff in Perth

Complying with regulations and legislation is essential and so all our staff have the necessary qualifications, certifications and clearances. But we require more than that because we want them to be special characters who can provide the right kind of required support.

All our disability support staff in Perth need to be able to engage with people irrespective of where they are and the problems they have. They need to have patience because they have to deal with people who may be uncooperative, may have difficulty communicating or may be withdrawn.

Our support workers are able to follow support plans and schedules but, at the same time, are encouraged to take decisions independently because the people they are there to help rely on them for the correct actions. We want them to be able to build relationships so that they’re liked and trusted by their clients.

Above all else, our support workers enjoy helping people and get great satisfaction from seeing them progress. They know when to help, when to step back and take the right decisions to provide the very best support.

Operating Environment for a Disability Support Worker in Perth

Providing disability support is not an office-based nine to five job. Our workers know they have to provide support when, where and how it’s needed because people rely on them.

Care may need to be provided in a person’s home, while they’re out in the community or even to enable them to go on holiday. It may be required at any time of the day or night, may be necessary 24 hours a day and requires a flexible attitude from all our staff.

They’re happy to do it because the welfare of the client is always our priority and we’re prepared to go to any lengths to ensure the right level of support is provided.

Why Should You Choose Our Disability Support Services In Perth?

Our disability support workers in Perth are recruited through a rigorous process, which involves:

  • Minimum of Certificate III in Disability
  • Checks to ensure individual is permitted to work with children
  • Police clearance
  • First Aid trained and certified
  • Manual handling trained

Our staff then work on assisting you in developing the skills you need to build community connections and access the services that will allow you to create and sustain the best living conditions possible.

If you think you or someone you know will benefit from our disability services in Perth, Western Australia, please get in touch with us today. We look forward to hearing from you. Read Less

Respite Program

Short/Medium Term Accommodation (also known as Respite) enables people with disability to be independent and achieve their goals in a supported environment. It is also an opportunity for family or carers to take a short break from their daily routine.

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School Holiday Program

Our School Holiday Program has been designed to ensure young people can access a range of fun and exciting activities during the school holidays whilst still benefiting from group dynamics. As a group supported program, there is considerable flexibility, and most activities can be accessed on any day during the school holidays.

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