NDIS Providers Camden

At Interaction Disability Services, we facilitate NDIS-funded disability services for Camden residents. Since 1979, our vision has been to support  the independence of our participants. Our supports are designed to cater to the needs of our participants, to help them lead the life they choose.

We strive to support our participants to build skills with our specialised supports. Our highly experienced team can plan and deliver the best supports while focusing on enhancing the wellbeing of our participants.

Interaction Disability Services: NDIS Services in Camden

Interaction Disability Services offers Behaviour and Allied Health Services (BAHS) in Camden which includes NDIS psychology and behaviour support. These support services are available for individuals of any background, age, ability, or need.

Our staff are passionate and highly skilled. Reach out to us now to connect with the Interaction team.

Why Choose Interaction Disability Services as your NDIS Provider in Camden?

Interaction Disability Services is a leading NDIS provider in Camden. Having first opened our doors in 1979, our organisation is one of the most experienced in NSW. We are dedicated to offering services that empower and facilitate the independence of our participants .

We are a not-for-profit organisation and dedicated to empowering participants through NDIS approved housing, education, and community networks.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is responsible for providing NDIS services in Camden?

The NDIS is the National Disability Insurance Scheme. They offer funding for people with disability to access support to help them live their lives comfortably and as independently as possible. It falls to agencies like Interaction Disability Services to then help NDIS participants access the services that the NDIS has approved them for. These services can include accommodation, workshops, events, and non-clinical therapies.

What kind of NDIS services does Interaction Disability Services offer in Camden?

Interaction Disability Services a wide variety of locations. In Camden, our clientele can access our Behaviour and Allied Health (BAHS) services which includes behaviour support and psychology.

Can you tell me more about your disability services in Camden?

We offer Behaviour and Allied Health Services in Camden, including positive behaviour support and psychology. We have a professional and experienced team of psychologists and behaviour support practitioners to support participants in Camden.

Does Interaction Disability Services promote community participation in Camden?

We support community participation and accessible eventsWe hope to extend these services to Camden in the future.

What is the Travel Training program offered by Interaction Disability Services in Camden?

Our Travel Training program in Camden is designed to promote travel independence. We provide guidance and training to enable participants  to use public transport independently and confidently. Our program builds self-confidence, and inclusion, with our expert team there to offer continuous support and reassurance.

Graham Storey

Graham Storey

Support Coordinator

Graham started with Interaction in 2018 after spending most of his career in the health and medical devices industry. Of his current role as Support Coordinator, Graham says “seeing those around me smile and watching them build confidence and skills is a huge motivator for me. I’m inspired by the determination and enthusiasm of those who trust me to take care of their well being and I love seeing them succeed.  I’m proud to work with a team of Support Coordination experts who are genuinely people focused and foster a great culture of helping everyone around them.”

Tory McPhee

Tory McPhee

Specialist Support Coordinator

Tory has worked in the community services sector for the past 16 years holding a variety of roles including support work, team leader, accommodation manager, people and culture leader and general manager home support services. Tory transitioned from her role as a support worker to support coordinator, where she applies her wide range of skills and experiences.

Tory gets a great sense of satisfaction from her work in advocating for her participants to receive the funding that is reasonable and necessary to live the lives they choose.

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