0404319230 | 0468774836 | 0433222440 support@windsorhealth.com.au

Disability Support Worker in Victoria & Queensland

Care for Children & Adults (0 to 64 Years) | Experienced & Caring Support Workers

Early Childhood Support

Windsor Health is an NDIS regsitered provider for Early Childhood and Early Intervention. Our support workers are experienced in providing supports or kids and children.Our support workers assist in therapies and other activities. Our support workers assist in schoolwork and other behavioural & developmental activities

Professional Staff

Windsor Health support workers undergo safety checks including DWES Check, Police Check or Yellow Card, Working with Children Check or Blue Card. We screen their career history, ability to perform duties, and conduct reference checks. Our staff is caring and compassionate individuals who want to make your life better.

NDIS Registered Provider

Windsor Health is a Registered NDIS Provider experienced in providing in-home supports to participants with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Anxiety Issues, Acquired Brain Injury (ABI). We provide an initial meet and greet session. We have no exit fees or hidden fees 

Our Services

Assistance with Daily Living and Life Skills

Our experienced support workers will come to your home or take you to the community to support you with:

  • Personal Hygiene
  • Showering, Grooming & Dressing
  • Continence Support
  • Toileting
  • Getting In & Out of Bed
  • Mobility
  • Meal Preparation, Nutrition & Eating
  • Assistance with School work
  • Other Activities as required

Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) Daily Living & Life skills

Our support staff support you with:

  • Assistance with school work
  • Assistance with online learning
  • Assistance with soft skills development
  • Assistance with social skills development
  • Travel training & using public transport
  • Support to develop social networks
  • Meal Preparation, Nutrition & Eating
  • Training for basic house chores

Community Access

Community enables an individual to develop skills and competencies

  • Catching Public Transport
  • Accessing their local shops
  • Attending medical appointments
  • Navigating to a relative or friends residence
  • Buying items from the shops
  • Cooking and meal preparation
  • Grocery Shopping
  • Visting Library
  • Going to parks or events

Quality, Sustainable & Tailored

Disability Support Workers in Victoria & Queensland

We understand that no two people are the same and that things can change