Pillar empowers people with disability – and their family or support network – to navigate the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), ensuring participants get the most out of their NDIS plan.
The company’s team has lived experience of disability and the NDIS, so they understand the importance of choice and control throughout your journey.
Pillar provides support coordination services to people across metropolitan Perth and regional WA.
If you’re in a regional area, Pillar can support you remotely or in collaboration with local support coordination services.
The team can also provide remote or collaborative support to people in the Perth metro area.
Here’s how they can help:
Support coordination: Every person is different and the team at Pillar understands that participants need choice and control.
They will work with participants and their support network to understand the possibilities of their plan and connect participants with the service providers that meet their needs.
The team can help clients explore their options and build on their own capacity to manage their plan, their way.
Pillar also helps people and their network to resolve points of crisis and develop long-term resilience.
Pillar is there to help you have a better NDIS experience.
Specialist support coordination: Pillar Support Coordination can make sure you get the best out of your NDIS plan.
The experienced team includes social workers, therapists and psychologists who can partner with all participants to help them find the services they need and want.
As Pillar is based in WA with many years of experience, they have a large network in local communities they can connect you to.
With Pillar, participants will be assisted to develop the skills they need to manage their NDIS plan now and into the future, and the team will prepare participants for their plan review at the end of the year.
Individualised living options: The team at Pillar knows you are unique - they can help you identify your home and living needs, and what you aspire to.
The team can help you explore the accommodation options that work for your situation, and fit within your plan.
With Individualised living options (ILO), you get more choice.
So how does it work?
Working with you and your support network – including family and friends – Pillar explores where you want to live, with whom and the model of support that fits you.
This could include living with a host family, maintaining your independence in your own home, or looking at supported accommodation options.
Pillar strives to give you choice and control in your decisions while maximising your independence and connection with the community.
We can’t wait to catch up with them at the Perth Disability Connection Expo 2022, Presented by St Judes, at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre on May 20 and 21.
Make sure you put them on your to-do list!