If you are under 65, you can apply for in-home and respite care services by contacting RangeCare directly, or by referral from your doctor.
RangeCare is a registered provider and delivers a support or a product to a participant of the NDIS. Registered providers of supports have met requirements regarding qualifications, approvals, experience and capacity for the approved supports.
RangeCare is currently a registered provider of:
Community Nursing Care
Innovative Community Participation
There are currently 3 ways to access support and services if you are under 65. This includes:
You can apply for support through the Qld Community Support Scheme (QCSS) if you are under 65 (or under 50 years of age if you identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander). If eligible you can then say that you would like RangeCare to be your provider.
You can apply for the Australian National Disability Insurance Scheme. The National Disability Insurance Scheme can provide eligible Australians under the age of 65 who have a permanent and significant disability with the reasonable and necessary supports they need to enjoy an ordinary life. Visit the official NDIS website for more information - https://www.ndis.gov.au/applying-access-ndis/am-i-eligible If eligible you can then say that you would like Rangecare to be your provider.
Another option is if you are under 65 years of age you can purchase Rangecare services privately. Click here to view RangeCare's private and price list.
The NDIS have published a price list which is a summary of NDIS price limits and the associated pricing arrangements. The price list is valid from 1 July each year and lasts for 12 months.
The cost of supports provided by RangeCare to NDIS participants is as per the NDIS Price Guide.
Visit the NDIS website for more information. https://www.ndis.gov.au/providers/price-guides-and-pricing
About the Queensland Community Support Scheme
The Queensland Community Support Scheme (QCSS) provides support to people who, with a small amount of assistance, can maintain or regain their independence, continue living safely in their homes, and actively participate in their communities.
You may be eligible for the QCSS if you are under 65 years of age (or under 50 years of age if you identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander) with:
A disability (and are not eligible for the National Disability Insurance Scheme)
Chronic illness, mental health or other condition, or
Circumstances that impact your ability to live independently in the community.
What kind of support can Queensland Community Support Scheme provide?
The Queensland Community Support Scheme (QCSS) can provide you with support to access your community, including:
shopping or going to the bank or the doctor
The QCSS can also provide support in your home to help you with things like:
Domestic activities like meal preparation, cleaning and household chores
Personal care, such as showering and dressing
Basic home maintenance like mowing, cleaning windows or helping you with your garden.
How do I apply to access QCSS?
It’s easy. To apply, contact the QCSS Access Point on 1800 600 300 or email QCSSaccesspoint@ozcare.org.au. You don’t need a referral.
Whether you apply online or by phone the QCSS Access Point staff will then talk to you about how you are coping with daily living, assess your QCSS eligibility and determine the support you need to remain living independently in your home.
The QCSS Access Point staff can also discuss the next steps if you think you might be eligible for the NDIS.
If you think you might be eligible for the NDIS you can use the National Disability Agency’s eligibility checklist to check and find out next steps. https://www.ndis.gov.au/applying-access-ndis/am-i-eligible
There is also help available for people making an Access Request to the NDIS - https://www.ndis.gov.au/applying-access-ndis/how-apply
NDIS Eligibility Information
NDIS Price Guides
National Disability Insurance Scheme
In a continued effort to keep clients, staff, volunteers and the community safe staff are able to wear mask and PPE as required when providing support to people. RangeCare adhere to current guidelines from Department of Health .
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