Tag Archive: NDIS

  • NDIS Launches New Website

    Published on January 22, 2019

    Today, the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) officially launched its new National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) website. The goal? To improve the online experience of all users across Australia. Minister for Families and Social Services, Paul Fletcher, said consultation and feedback from participants, families, carers, providers and sector representatives, had been vital to the development… Read more
  • Going the distance together

    Published on October 25, 2018

    Meet Tony. Tony’s life changed in early 2017 when he was struck by a car whilst enjoying an afternoon bike ride. The accident left Tony with a severe brain injury, gripping on to life in intensive care with no recollection of the incident. An active member of the Port Macquarie community, Tony had been a… Read more
  • Now servicing sunny QLD

    Published on August 8, 2018

    Accommodation and Care Solutions have gone from strength to strength as the NDIS has opened the doors to real client choice and closed the door on underperforming providers.  As providers, we have to be the very best of the best because if our clients aren’t happy they have the freedom to move with ease.  This… Read more
  • Moreland NDIS Disability Expo 2018

    Published on May 15, 2018

    The miserable Melbourne weather wasn’t going to keep the ACARES team from attending the Moreland National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Disability Expo last Friday 11thMay. In fact, both of our bright and bubbly Victorian Community Development Executives Chantelle De Zilwa and Stacey Lane exhibited on the day amongst 50 other equipment, community and disability providers…. Read more
  • The Thrive Hive

    Published on May 10, 2018

    Calling all individuals with a thirst for art and culture … The Thrive Hive is your answer! The ACARES team is excited to announce the re-launch of our existing Art Space in Highett Victoria as “The Thrive Hive”. Organised by our fabulous National Wellness Coordinator Rachael Read, The Thrive Hive expands upon the ACARES mission… Read more
  • ACARES x Kirrily Hayward – Disability, Housing and LGBTI Activist/Advocate

    Published on March 8, 2018

    In the spirit of International Women’s Day, the ACARES team had the pleasure of hosting Kirrily Haywood, a 30 year old Disability, Housing and LGBTI Activist/Advocate (whoa what a mouthful!). Kirrily’s talk touched everyone’s hearts and reminded us why we do what we do – to work inclusively with individuals to help them achieve their… Read more
  • MOIRA Respite & Recreation Expo

    Published on March 6, 2018

    Every year MOIRA hosts its popular Respite and Recreation expo and this year was no different. Held at the Lynbrook Community Centre on Friday 2nd March 2018, ACARES own Community Development Executive Stacey Lane and our lovely new NDIS Support Coordinator Trish Murray were happy to attend as exhibitors. The expo was full of inquisitive parents and… Read more
  • South West Disability Expo

    Published on December 11, 2017

    Living Confidently in the NDIS Era ACARES attended the South West Disability Expo held over two days (Friday 8th and Saturday 9th December) at the Whitlam Leisure Centre. Our National Business Development Manager Suzie Newall, along with our Community Development Executive Chester Baluyot, were provided with a platform to connect with participants from the South West Sydney region…. Read more
  • When will the NDIS be coming to your area?

    Published on June 29, 2017

    1st July – the NDIS countdown is on. With a scheme such as the NDIS sweeping the country, it is important to get it right – and to get it right the first time. Due to the sheer size of the scheme, existing and new service users will be able to access services in various stages as… Read more
  • Complex Care Accommodation in the NDIS World

    Published on June 24, 2017

    Younger People with Very High & Complex Care Needs Conference The Sydney Harbour Marriott Hotel was home to this years’ event which aimed to provide a forum for discussion as to how we can ensure that young people, under 65 years of age with very high & complex care needs, have greater choice and control in… Read more