Community Access NDIS Supports Windsor

Community Access supports are designed to promote independence and enhance everyday life skills. At Interaction, we offer a personalised one-to-one approach to meet the unique needs and circumstances of each participant.

Community Access NDIS supports in Windsor include:

  • Community participation (assisting with appointments, grocery shopping, and social activities)
  • Self-care (home skills such as cooking and cleaning)
  • Capacity building (travel training, parenting support, and budgeting assistance)
  • In-home support (when your regular support network is unavailable)

Our flexible support service matches participants with the most suitable support worker. If you want to learn more about these supports, please don’t hesitate to call us at 1300 668 123 or email us at

Why Choose Interaction for Community Access NDIS Services in Windsor?

The relationship between participants and support workers is vital, and we take it seriously. That’s why we strive to match you with the best support worker for your needs. If you choose our services, we’ll ask you a series of questions to determine the best person to meet your needs and ensure your satisfaction.

Interaction also offers support for parents with intellectual disabilities. Click here to learn more.

Our one-to-one support programme is customisable to cater to individuals with any disability. This includes accessing the local community, providing in-home support, or delivering life skills training with a focus on improving your health and wellbeing.

For further information about NDIS Community Access support in Windsor, please contact us at 1300 668 123.

Reaching Out for Community Access NDIS Services in Windsor

Our Community Access and Self Care team comprises of compassionate and experienced Support Workers who value life-long learning and know the best ways to support your needs. Community Access and Self Care encourages and empowers you to live how you want to live while working towards your goals.

Encouraging social and community participation is a crucial part of our work. For example, your Interaction support worker can work with you to organise social outings, attend events, or explore your personal hobbies and interests.

Our Community Access NDIS support services in Windsor can also include travel training, parenting support, and in-home assistance. We aim to empower every participant and equip them with valuable life-long skills.

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