HOME & YARD MAINTENANCE
Whether you own or rent, keeping up with yard work is essential to making your home a pleasant place to spend time. Careful and innovative planning may be required to accommodate the varying abilities of people with disabilities who are interested in gardening and lawn management. Having a secure area to tend to one’s physical health and enjoy some gardening is essential.
Keeping a garden, lawn, or yard is a rewarding and interesting pastime that anyone can enjoy. Find out what kinds of services are out there to assist you with yard upkeep.
The NDIS provides funds for maid services, handyman repairs, and landscaping. NDIS funding, however, is conditional on the service is appropriate, necessary, and health-related. The goal of the NDIS is to help you live as independently as possible. It is important to let your lawn care agency know if you intend to do the mowing and trimming of your grass yourself.
The yard care services provided by Reliance Care are available through the NDIS. Your yard could use some TLC, and that’s something you could pay for with your Core Support funds.
The NDIS’s Core Support Services were created to aid participants in doing their daily activities with as little assistance as possible. Listed below are some possible umbrella terms that encompass maintenance assistance:
- Cutting grass
- Hedges ought to be trimmed.
- Preventing weed growth
- Dumping mulch and potting a seedling
- Actions of sowing, planting and digging
- Gardening is a wonderful physical activity that has many benefits for those with disabilities.
Being a part of a group can do wonders for one’s ability to express them and interact with others:
- It’s a healthy way to unwind, reduces anxiety, and benefits your body overall.
- Enhanced motor skills result in greater physical potential.
- This is a great chance to observe and study the local ecosystem.
- The act of gardening itself has been shown to boost self-esteem.
- Growing your food is a great way to learn about nutrition.
- Taking care of a garden can help you develop a strong feeling of personal responsibility and compassion.
- It’s a fantastic pastime and a good method to take pleasure in life.
Services for Households
It can be stressful if you need assistance taking care of your house and garden because of a disability. The NDIS can pay for assistance with home upkeep if you request it under the Core Supports section of your plan. If the help you need to complete routine tasks is important for you to lead a normal life, then it counts towards your objectives.
Preventative Yard Care for the Elderly
Gardening and yard maintenance can be taxing and time-consuming for seniors. Experiencing pain and distress is another possible outcome. Also, many elderly people have trouble with their hips and knees, which makes gardening unpleasant. But that doesn’t mean senior citizens don’t enjoy getting their hands dirty. Services such as lawn mowing and gardening can be obtained to assist seniors in keeping up their outdoor spaces.
To assist our senior citizens, Reliance Care offers lawn care services. We at Reliance Care accept both NDIS and private payment for our services.
Assistance is available through Reliance Care.
Taking care of a yard can be challenging for those with physical impairments, but your service provider can make it easier for you to do so. You may count on our full backing as you strive to keep everyone safe and sound.
Reliance Care And Support has been established in response to local community demand for culturally informed, and disability support services in the Victoria region.
Reliance Care and Support’s services include:
Individual and Group Community Participation activities, including supported shopping, medical appointments, sporting and recreational events, social activities, visiting or making new friends, travel and building confidence and social skills. Assistance with life stage transitions and skill development, including assistance with accommodation and tenancy obligations, as well as budgeting, mentoring, peer support, individual skill development, and decision making to support people to make transitions on their own terms and in a way that meets their goals and aspirations.