If you’re looking to get support, the SALT Foundation provides three kinds of NDIS services:
We provide services under the NDIS Capacity Building Supports Budget and the Core Supports Budget.
The overall aim of capacity building supports is to support participants in developing skills to become more independent.
The SALT Foundation provides supports in the following support categories:
Improved health & wellbeing.
Improved daily living.
Support coordination includes psychosocial recovery coaching. Support coordinators help participants organise the supports they need to achieve the goals in their NDIS plan.
Psychosocial recovery coaches usually have lived experience with mental health conditions. They organise supports like a support coordinator and empower participants with psychosocial disabilities to achieve recovery.
Our support workers help you get the skills you need to take part in recreational activities in the community.
When you live with a disability, staying healthy presents unique challenges. Our support workers give you the advice you need to keep your body in top shape.
Work with our support workers to get more out of your day-to-day life by developing new skills to increase your independence and develop better relationships.
We provide supports in the following support categories:
Assistance with daily life.
Assistance with social & community participation.
Our support workers can help you with your everyday needs. This includes things like washing dishes, doing the laundry, cleaning your house, gardening.
Your support worker can take you out into the community. A trip to the library or the movies or the theatre. Hanging out with family and friends.
Your support worker can drive you to the shops, medical appointments, or work.