Our Services

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We provide tailored services to help you and your loved ones maintain your independence.

Whether you want to learn new skills, get more involved in your community, or wanting support to make living at home more practical and enjoyable, Live Your Way Australia is here to help you reach your goals. Our friendly and caring team are intent on listening and delivering on what matters to you.

Live Your Way Australia offers in-home support to people living with a disability. Our support professionals come to your home to provide support and assistance in whichever way suits your goals. Our services are carefully curated to your individual needs and those of your family’s.


Our Services Include:

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Overnight Support

Whether you need someone to stay with you in your home for a single night, or on a longer term basis, our experienced and professional team of support workers can help you feel safe and supported around the clock.

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Personal Care & Home Help

We go to great lengths to ensure our team members are chosen due to their alignment with Live Your Way Australia’s values. We provide them with continued vocational training to meet and exceed industry standards.

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Respite for Carers

We provide respite care for family caregivers and support those families coping with unexpected situations – no matter where they might be.

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Social Activity & Community Engagement

Our team of support professionals can support you to partake in activities and events that matter to you.

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Travel & Transport

Our professional team of carers are more than just a drop-off and pick-up service, we will ensure you are assisted in every way necessary.

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Supported Independent Living

We encourage independence and ensure your individual support needs are met in your home and around the clock, ensuring choice and control over your overall health and wellbeing.

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Development of Daily Living and Life Skills

We can help you work on goals to develop your independence, confidence and everyday life skills.

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Accommodation and Tenancy Assistance

Our help in this area includes assistance for rental tenancy applications or helping you undertake tenancy obligations.

Contact us  today to find out more about our home care services.

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Fill out our NDIS Referral Form

Click to View The NDIS Price Guide

What do disability services cost with Live Your Way Australia?

We charge our services as per the suggested NDIS Price guide.

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) has been developed to improve choice and create better outcomes for people with a disability.  You’ll receive a plan from the NDIA which is based upon goals you’ll set for yourself.  Funding is provided, and you’re free to choose from any disability service provider you choose.  Any goal which is considered reasonable and fair will be funded by the government.  This can include support services to go about your daily life, as well as for goals such as learning to drive, learning to cook or creating independence in the community.  You can learn more about the NDIS on the official federal government NDIS website.

  • Live Your Way Australia provides a wide range of home services which includes (but is not limited to):
    • Assistance with household tasks
    • Personal care assistance 
    • Assistance with travel and transport 
    • Assistance to engage in your community and social activities
    • Assistance to build your capabilities and achieve your goals


The NDIS provides ongoing funding for all ‘reasonable and necessary’ disability equipment, care and support services. The National Disability Insurance Act, passed by the Commonwealth Parliament in 2012, sets out guidelines to help decide what can be funded. Generally the supports and services provided to you need to assist you to:

  • Achieve your goals
  • Become as independent as possible
  • Develop skills for day-to-day living
  • Participate in the community


  • Mobility
  • Communication
  • Self-care and self-management
  • Social interactions
  • Learning
  • Capacity for social and economic participation

Short-Term Accommodation (STA) is a way of providing respite care that allows both you and your carer to have a break, support you to achieve their goals, and to participate in the community.

It’s a broad term that covers various types of short-term accommodation support and also includes respite care. STA enables you to experience living away from home in a supportive environment for short periods of time.

The National Disability Insurance Scheme funds ‘Short-Term Accommodation and Assistance’ under the Core Support category ‘Assistance with Daily Living’.

STA funding includes all basic expenses in a 24-hour period related to the service including:

  • Accommodation in suitable facility
  • Personal care and support (incl. overnight)
  • Food
  • Activities you and the provider agree to
  • The NDIS can fund up to 28-days of Short Term Accommodation per year. There is some flexibility when it comes to using your allocated STA days. For example, you might want to use it two blocks of 14 days, or for one weekend a month.
  • The amount of funding you can receive depends on the level of support you require.

You can find the rates in the NDIS Price Guide.

The NDIS operates within a range of eligibility criteria. Eligibility for individual support packages depends on:

Age: You have to be aged between 0-65 years old (although already enrolled participants, once they turn 65, can choose either to continue with the NDIS or transfer to the aged care support system available to all Australians over 65).
Disability requirement: you will be assessed based on the impact of your disability on functional capacity to communicate, interact socially, learn, move safely around your home and the built environment and manage your personal care and affairs (banking, bill paying etc.)
Early intervention requirement: early intervention supports will be available to achieve a benefit that would help mitigate the effects of an impairment, to alleviate or prevent the deterioration of functional capacity, or strengthen informal supports.

For more information check out the NDIS Eligibility Checklist Eligibility Checklist.

  • Contact us by whatever means makes you feel most comfortable. 

Call 1300 599 287  


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