Kuna-care is a NDIS service provider in Victoria, we provide person cantered Disability services and mental health services. We believe in the inherent right of people to participate fully in the community.
We’re open: Monday-Friday (9am – 5pm)
GIVE US A CALL
(04) 5148 3921
We provide ongoing support to our clients to help them develop their independence and maximize their quality of life.
Assistance to strengthen participant’s abilities to connect and coordinate informal, mainstream and funded supports in a complex service delivery environment. This includes resolving points of crisis, developing capacity and resilience in a participant’s network and coordinating supports from a range of sources.
Our skills development program is all about getting out into your community. Some people want to be around their home base and that’s fine, but some people want to get out into the community and join in activities that interest them.
OUR NDIS REGISTRATION GROUPS
WHAT WE DO
Innov Community Participation
Daily Tasks/Shared Living
Assist-Life Stage, Transition
Assist Personal Activities High
Using a wide range of services and supports, we can help you get involved in the community, enroll in skill-based classes, improve your health and well-being, finding suitable accommodation and much more. We believe in the inherent right of people with disabilities to have choice and control over their lives and support their right to be active citizens, enabling them to participate fully in the community.
We strongly believe what values our customers and that becomes our goal which includes:
HOW WE CAN HELP
We can help you to navigate the NDIS through the different stages of your NDIS journey. We can support you to:
Identify the services and the service providers that best meet your individual needs.
Coordinate service providers and supports, or build your capacity to coordinate your own supports.
Obtain quotes for services and setup Service Agreements with providers.
Source suitable accommodation and respite options.
Link you into a job, or other community activities.
Coordinate assessments, reports, health and medical specialists.
Respond to a crisis; or identify solutions for managing risky situations, such as aging carers.