Potentialz Unlimited is approved by NDIS to provide Individual Therapy and Assessment services under Therapeutic Supports – Daily Living Skills.

With that approval we are able to provide NDIS services to clients with disabilities in Bella Vista and surrounding suburbs. Specially we are able to help with psychological counselling and assessments to our clients. Such support is an important part of their plan to maintain their well being and cope with challenges of life. We help our clients with 

  • Establish goals for their recovery
  • Learn positive coping skills
  • Treat them for anxiety and depression using evidence-based therapies
  • Empower them with tools and techniques to face the challenges of life
  • Create a support plan for managing mental health issues that details therapy outcomes and demonstrate a link to their goals, objectives and aspirations in their NDIS approval
  • Improving their social skills to better their interactions in relationships
  • Becoming more independent

Help for family members and carers

Caring for persons with disability can be taxing for family members and carers. At times the family members, partners and support workers would find it overwhelming to continuously care for them without any break and sometimes they are also at the receiving end of the disabled persons frustrations and anger. 

Research is pointing to the fact that carers and support workers need their socio-emotional needs addressed in therapeutic relationships with psychologists and counsellors to help them cope with the challenges of their job.

So at Potentialz we also help carers and  support workers meet their socio-emotional needs through therapy and  counselling sessions in a safe and supportive environment. Such sessions give them an opportunity to discuss their concerns and explore ways of solving the problems and explore additional support options available through Government and Non-profits for people in their care. 

What is NDIS?

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) aims to provide about 460,000 Australians aged under 65, who have permanent and significant disability with funding for supports and services. For many people, it will be the first time they receive the disability support they need.

A Brief Description of NDIS

Mental Health and NDIS

People with psychosocial disability due to mental health condition may qualify for the NDIS.

To find out more about how the NDIS can support people with psychosocial disability, watch the video below.

Psychosocial Disability and NDIS
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