Daily Tasks

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What are Daily Personal Activities?

What types of activities are included?

Can I learn Daily Personal Activities in a group?

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What are Daily Personal Activities?

Daily Personal Activities are all those things we do everyday to keep life ticking along. Cooking meals, cleaning the house, shopping, going to the bank and many more! It also includes personal hygiene, including showering, bathing, oral hygiene, dressing and grooming. We can attend appointments with you, assist with the use of aids and appliances, help you in and out of bed, apply splints and basic first aid due to injuries sustained as a result of a participant’s disability.

Daily Tasks (or Daily Living Skills) are funded under one of the following in your NDIS plan.

  • Core – Assistance with Daily Life
  • Capacity Building – Improved Daily Living Skills

What types of activities are included?

  • Cooking & cleaning
  • Shopping
  • Daily routines
  • Getting to appointments
  • Personal care & hygiene
  • Assisting with basic first aid and splint application
  • Money and budgeting
  • Taking medication
  • Volunteering and working
  • Joining a group or club
  • Catching public transport
  • Working with Government services

Can I learn Daily Personal Activities in a group?

You sure can! If you learn better in a group setting then you can take part in a group. If you prefer to learn one-on-one, you can do that also. Whatever works best for you.

What are Daily Personal Activities?

Daily Personal Activities are all those things we do everyday to keep life ticking along. Cooking meals, cleaning the house, shopping, going to the bank and many more! It also includes personal hygiene, including showering, bathing, oral hygiene, dressing and grooming. We can attend appointments with you, assist with the use of aids and appliances, help you in and out of bed, apply splints and basic first aid due to injuries sustained as a result of a participant’s disability.

Daily Tasks (or Daily Living Skills) are funded under one of the following in your NDIS plan.

  • Core – Assistance with Daily Life
  • Capacity Building – Improved Daily Living Skills

What types of tasks are included?

  • Cooking & cleaning
  • Shopping
  • Daily routines
  • Getting to appointments
  • Personal care & hygiene
  • Assisting with basic first aid and splint application
  • Money and budgeting
  • Taking medication
  • Volunteering and working
  • Joining a group or club
  • Catching public transport
  • Working with Government services

Can I learn Daily Personal Activities in a group?

You sure can! If you learn better in a group setting then you can take part in a group. If you prefer to learn one-on-one, you can do that also. Whatever works best for you.

Our Commitment

At Austribe Care, our commitment is to provide the community with care & support that promotes a more independent lifestyle. Our priority is our clients first and foremost, ensuring they get the exact support they need to expand their horizons, participate in the community and reach their goals.

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