Brain Injury NDIS Support & Care Services - Maple Community Services

Brain Injury NDIS

Disability Support & Care Services

Brain Injury Rehabilitation & Care Support

Maple Community Services prioritises getting to know you in order to identify and achieve your goals. We help you set a course for greater independence with reliable support. There is no better NDIS provider than Maple Community Services for Brain Injury support.

Brain Injuries are common causes of functional disabilities in Australia, with over 700,000 people living in Australia having experienced a Brain Injury resulting in some level of disability. If you or your loved one requires prolonged care due to a disabling Brain Injury, our Brain Injury Support Specialists are highly skilled and trained to provide the expert assistance you need to live your life to the fullest.

Our extensive experience, capacity for 24/7 support, and strong community spirit set us apart when it comes to Brain Injury Support Services. Our strong family values and friendly specialists give you and your loved ones peace of mind and exceptional support to pursue a happy, fulfilling, and independent life.

Introduction to Brain Injury Care

A Brain Injury, also known as Acquired Brain Injury (ABI), occurs when an injury, illness, infection, or toxic insults results in damage to the brain’s tissues. This has the potential to cause changes in a person’s physical functioning, emotional well-being, or capacity for memory or complex thoughts. When these symptoms result in dysfunction, a person’s Brain Injury may be considered a disability.

Professional support is usually required for those with more severe functional deficits in order to improve a person’s quality of life. Maple Community Services is ideally equipped to provide this support with particular expertise in working with patients with Brain Injuries.

Are you or a loved one eligible for NDIS funding?

What Can NDIS Fund For Brain Injury Care?

The NDIS funds several critical services for people living with disabilities resulting from a Brain Injury. These services include personal care support, community access support, nutritional support, skills development, transport, household tasks, and behavioural support. Plan Management and Support Coordination Funding are almost always offered to NDIS Participants when they receive their plan. The types and amounts of funding available vary according to the severity of the disability.

By partnering with Maple Community Services, together, we can help you identify your priorities and delineate a support plan that provides the specific services you need, enabling you to lead a fulfilling life.

What Does Our Brain Injury Care Involve?

We have four major categories of Brain Injury Support Services. Each area of Brain Injury support contributes to your overall well-being and expands personal options to live a life that is most fulfilling.

Types of Brain Injury Care Support Services

Our team works one on one with you to help you with day-to-day activities, including connecting you with professional treatment and therapy services. Our support includes a full range of different supports for you to determine which will best suit your needs. Options include any or all of the following:

By providing each of these elements, we help you set a course for greater independence with reliable support.

Brain Injury Information

The mechanism of Brain Injury depends on the specific cause, though some causes may have common forms of injury. When a person experiences a stroke due to a blood clot or bleeding in the brain, an injury that causes bleeding inside the skull, or an infection that inflames the brain’s blood vessels and restricts necessary blood flow, all of these will cause Brain Injury due to cell death from lack of oxygen and nutrients to that part of the brain. Similarly, infections and toxic injury can also cause direct irritation to the brain’s tissues, injuring them, and impairing their capacity to function. Whatever the inciting reason for Brain Injury, the end result is a part of the brain that no longer functions as it should. This is reflected in functional deficits in cognition, physical activity, emotional stability, or memory.

Treating Brain Injuries requires a multidisciplinary approach. Medications sometimes will improve a person’s brain function, particularly if their injury was due to infection or illness. Treatment also includes a combination of therapies to improve physical functions, cognition, and emotional state.

Why Choose Maple for Brain Injury Care?

At Maple Community Services, we focus on building strong relationships with each and every client that approaches us providing them with the tools, supports, and access to services that will enable them to live independently.

Our priority is matching you with a like-minded Support Worker, someone who speaks your language, understands your goals, and is committed to ensuring you have all the necessary support you need to live your life to the fullest.

People choose Maple because we care. We are a group of professionals from all walks of life who want to make a difference in yours. You can see testimonials from other participants on our community page.

The Maple Family will work with you to create a personalised approach to your support schedule and roll out. We will continually review and recommend support updates, playing a pivotal role in ensuring the support you receive are optimal for you to achieve your personal, social, and emotional wellbeing goals.

We are renowned for our extremely fast turnaround and approval times for Referrals. Please reach out to us for help with your SIL, Core Support, Plan Management, and Support Coordination Referral.

How much funding can you get from NDIS?

Is Brain Injury Care Covered by the NDIS?

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is provided throughout Australia to anyone under the age of 65 who can demonstrate a permanent intellectual, physical, sensory, cognitive, or psychosocial disability. The overall aim of the NDIS is to improve an affected person’s ability to function in all aspects of daily living and, when possible, gain more independence.

If you or your loved one has one or more of these disabilities as a result of a Brain Injury and needs professional support to manage their injury, you may be eligible for support under this scheme.

At Maple Community Services, we can walk you through the assessment process to determine if you qualify for NDIS Brain Injury support benefits. If you or your loved one meets the criteria, we will facilitate the onboarding process and have the full capacity to provide the comprehensive support services you need

Skills & Qualifications of our Brain Injury Support Workers

Our Support Workers for Brain Injury have studied and trained diligently to understand and respond to the needs of people with disabilities resulting from a Brain Injury. You can feel confident and at ease with our Brain Injury Support Workers’ exceptional skills and qualifications. We pride ourselves on our years of experience providing Brain Injury patients tailored support and exceptional care.

Contact our team to find out how we can help you

The Maple Commitment

Here at Maple, we are committed to achieving your goals! Providing Support is the backbone of our purpose, we listen and act in realtime, and we empower our community through equal opportunities. It is our focus on building relationships with each and every one of our individuals, that sets us apart from the rest.

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