Harmony Homecare is registered to provide services for people with disabilities through the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

In addition to the range of services available as Approved Aged Care Providers Harmony Homecare offers the following disability support services:

  • Assist-Personal Activities
  • Assist-Personal Activities High
  • Assist-Life Stage, Transition
  • Behaviour Support
  • Daily Tasks / Shared Living
  • Development-Life Skills
  • Group/Centre Activities
  • Participate Community
  • Plan Management
  • Support Coordination

The Harmony Homecare philosophy of care service delivery for both NDIS Participants and Home Care Package Scheme clients is based on empathy, compassion and listening to your needs rather than focusing on our own, all underpinned by the practice of client directed care.

Our high level of personal engagement with each client and/or representative before service begins, ensures that the client/carer match is a good one. We listen carefully to the needs and requests of the client, developing a tailored care plan  to deliver the required support.

We are aware that support needs can change. The goals and dreams of any individual can change as our life progresses. At any point that an adjustment needs to be made in support services, we are happy to do so. It is this flexibility that is key to maintaining our client-directed focus.

At Harmony Homecare we pride ourselves on delivering value for money. We will always endeavour to keep our costs to an absolute minimum so that your Participant Plan or Home Care Package is used for providing much needed support and not depleted by high administration fees and costs.


Has your plan been approved?

Are you eligible to go on the NDIS?  CLICK HERE to access the NDIS eligibility checklist.

If you think you meet the NDIS requirements you can make an Access Request two ways:

  • You can make a Verbal Access Request (VAR) or
  • Fill out a paper Access Request Form (ARF).

You will need to provide age and residency evidence. The easiest way to do it is to give the NDIA consent to use your Centrelink record, if you are a Centrelink customer.

You may also need to provide evidence about your disability and how it impacts your everyday life. The easiest way to do it is to ask your treating health professional to complete the ARF – Part F or an NDIA Supporting Evidence form. It helps if you can also supply copies of any existing reports or assessments.

No matter how you make an Access Request you will need to provide the NDIA with the same information and evidence to support your application.

You can get an Access Request form from your Local Area Coordinator, Early Childhood Early Intervention partner (if your child is under 7), your local NDIA office or you can call 1800 800 110.

CLICK HERE to find an NDIS office near you.