Our participants are self-managed or plan-managed NDIS participants, of all ages.
We specialise in supporting participants with daily living activities, social engagement, independence skills and accessing the community. All while striving to achieve their NDIS goals.
Our matchmaking process ensures participants are matched appropriately with support workers who will become a role model and friend.
How It Works
Our unique process, utilising a person-centred model, allows our participants and their families to be at the core of our matchmaking - receiving the support they need and deserve.
We want to hear about you. Who you are, your goals and the support you require.
We search our database to find you the support worker or team of support workers that will best suit your needs.
We will find the best worker based on your needs and facilitate a meeting to discuss the support required.
We provide authentic support through facilitating positive communication between all parties.
What funding do I need to use Buttons support workers?To use our support workers, people seeking support can use either their NDIS support package or personal income to pay for support. We can claim funds under the following areas of the Core Support and Capacity Building categories of your funding: Core Support Assistance with Daily Life Assistance with Social and Community Participation Capacity Building Improved Daily Living Improved Relationships Increased Social and Community Participation
How does payment work?We will make fortnightly payment requests. If you are self-managed, we will send the invoice to you directly; if you are plan-managed, we will send the invoice to your plan manager for payment.
How do we ensure the safety of our participants?Our support workers undergo a strict screening and on-boarding process. This includes verification of qualifications and the required legal documents. All our support workers have a valid Working With Children's Check, National Police Check, ABN and comprehensive insurance packages. Our support workers have also completed the NDIS Worker's Orientation module and a COVID-19 Infection Control training.