Creating a voice for the Disability Sector
Creating a voice for the Disability Sector
Delivering quality supports with compassion

Delivering quality supports with compassion

14 April 2023

Easy Healthcare has big plans for 2023 and that means big opportunities for its clients to live their life to the fullest.

With a recreational activity centre at Laverton North in Melbourne opening on 23rd April, this exciting venue will offer programs including art and crafts, boxing, drawing, gym sessions, exercise, karate, badminton and yoga.

Skills development is essential to fulfilling potential and that is what Easy Healthcare values in its engagement and relationship with those it cares for.

Like many founders of new and exciting NDIS businesses, the founders of Easy Healthcare have worked in the sector and seen the good and the bad and knew they could do things better, to deliver better outcomes for clients.

So confident are they in their offering to those with disability, Easy Healthcare are providing three free days of service upon signing up knowing that satisfaction with the variety and quality of services is guaranteed.

Participant Arthur sums it up perfectly when he states that Easy Healthcare “make me feel positive and they support me and they make me feel good…Easy Healthcare is different to other providers because there is more support and it is easy to understand their supports.”

The customer reviews and consistent 5-star ratings on their website are testament to the quality of care they deliver across community access, respite care, support coordination and ABA therapy just to mention a few of their offerings.

Their services are tailor-made which allows for individualised planning and  unique delivery that suit each person’s requirements and needs.

Staff are from a wide array of cultural backgrounds that enables Easy healthcare to meet clients where they are at and ensure sensitivity to their specific needs in terms of background, history and family dynamics making for an easier relationship with support workers and their clients.

Another client Robert states, “They know my needs and they get out of me what I like to do, my hobbies and my interests.”

Support Worker Michelle talks about client Shivam and how Easy Healthcare has worked with him to help him “kick some goals.”

Delivering quality NDIS Supports with compassion is the mission of this organisation and if the testimonials on its website are anything to go by they are delivering on this promise comprehensively.  

To find out how Easy Healthcare can support you to fulfil your goals and achieve your dreams come down and meet them at the Melbourne Disability Connection Expo on April 21 and 22. You can register here.

For more information about Easy Healthcare’s offer of an incredible 10 hours of free support check out their page here


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