Creating a voice for the Disability Sector
Creating a voice for the Disability Sector

Manaia Assist

We welcome Manaia Assist as a Gold Sponsor to our Sydney Disability Connection Expo on June 16-17, 2023.

Manaia Assist provides disability accommodations of all kinds and specialise in SIL and STA services. They also offer medium term accommodation with participants being supported in group or shared living arrangements. They assist clients with ongoing wellbeing support.

They work to help participants get the most from their NDIS plan and to live the way they choose. Their mission is to support and care for participants and families in the comfort of their own home, with a focus on participant advocacy and consumer-directed care and they would love to meet you.

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Manaia Assist has a remarkable offer of four residential vacancies for our Expo participants. The sites are compatible for Supported Independent Living funding with 24 hour/7 day a week onsite support. This might be your perfect opportunity to access residential support. They would be very proud to discuss their new Sydney accommodation sites at Marrickville, Chester Hill and Campsie. All three locations are well situated near shops and restaurants, have a large kitchen, are fully furnished, are secure and have free street parking.

What sets Manaia Assist apart from other providers is their insistence on care. They aim to provide high calibre, holistic, person-centred care driven by compassion and empathy and a need to satisfy every client every time.  They believe “every human being regardless of race, gender, colour, disability and sexual orientation is sacred and deserves to be treated with dignity, empathy, compassion and utmost care.”

The approach of Manaia Assist is summed up by their three pervading values: Partnership, Protection and Participation.

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Partnership is at the core of their success. They ensure participants and their families work together with Manaia Assist to develop a support plan tailored to meet individual needs, goals, strengths and weaknesses. Their vast range of support activities include a selection of daily care and life skills, shopping, household tasks, cleaning, laundry, budgeting, cooking skills.

Protection. “Manaia” means to “guard” or “protect,” and the Manaia Assist team believes that they are the “protectors” of their participants, so they feel safe and well within their home, within their family and within their community. Wellbeing services cover client mental, social, physical wholeness and cultural needs. They believe “Everyone—no matter ability or background—deserves to feel safe and successful in reaching their goals. At Manaia, we’re committed to making that happen.”

Participation - the Manaia Assist team enjoys being creative with innovative programs, customised to keep all clients active and engaged in their community such as involvement with sporting teams, community events, or gym support.

Manaia Assist is a fabulous provider of tailored and flexible residential needs for disabled care. Sydney residents, visit their booth at the Sydney Disability Connection Expo in 2023 or their website to see how they can assist you with your NDIS accommodation journey.

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