Services

Connect Case Management (ccm.) designs services with an enduring and meaningful focus on person centred planning. We believe support should be a fundamental human right, and partner with health professionals to deliver culturally responsible and highly effective support.

NDIS Support & Specialist Support Coordination

NDIS Support & Specialist Support Coordination

We are a NDIS-registered provider offering Support and Specialist Support Coordination. Our team of health and social care professionals are here to help participants understand and implement their NDIS plan, coordinate services and supports, resolve points of crisis and reduce complex barriers to service delivery. We work closely with participants and their support networks to deliver person-centred services built on a foundation of inclusivity, quality and openness.

Social Work

Social Work

Our team of dedicated Social Workers assist people with disabilities to navigate issues and overcome challenges through a collaborative and person-centred approach, enhancing their holistic well-being. We can support you to access the supports you require, achieve your goals, advocate for your needs and wants, and navigate complex systems (mental health, housing, NDIS, insurance bodies etc.) Our Social Workers can also provide Psychosocial Capacity Assessments (PCA) which capture the supports and services required to assist people with psychosocial disability to achieve their goals. Our PCA's are comprehensive reports that can be used as evidence for NDIS and other funding bodies.

Occupational Therapy Reports and Housing Assessments

Occupational Therapy Reports and Housing Assessments

The NDIA utilise Functional Capacity Assessments (FCA’s) to decide the funded supports a participant needs to build their capacity for independence. Our skilled Senior Occupational Therapists produce high quality FCA’s which can be used as evidence for NDIS planning meetings, plan reassessments or to support an application to access the scheme. Our OT’s also deliver comprehensive housing reports for people looking to gain access to NDIS Home and Living support (Specialist Disability Accommodation). These services can be delivered in the Perth and Mandurah areas.

Nursing & Continence Assessments

Nursing & Continence Assessments

Our dedicated Nursing assessors double as Specialist Support Coordinators. This lends them a uniquely in-depth understanding of NDIS guidelines and funding parameters to generate comprehensive reports for maximum participant outcomes. Our nurses work alongside you to complete a thorough clinical evaluation and prepare a report inclusive of funding, care, lifestyle and product recommendations, alongside quotations. Our assessments will address your unique needs and are conducted with respect, sensitivity, and care. Nursing and Continence assessments can be used to inform care plans and used as evidence when applying for NDIS-funded supports.

Case Management

Case Management

Our case managers are health professionals who help people with complex social, medical or emotional needs, who are vulnerable in society, or who wish to improve their quality of life. We work closely with clients, families and partners to ensure the best support.

Services: Negotiate with insurers; coordinate health appointments; develop and monitor individual plans; collaborate with allied health teams; ongoing support throughout rehabilitation.
Workplace Wellbeing Workshops

Workplace Wellbeing Workshops

Be Well is an evidence-based workplace wellbeing program that equips people with personalised and practical tools to improve wellbeing and reduce stress. The program is scientifically proven to build the mental health of organisations through its group-based training delivered in 2-hour blocks over 5 weeks. 92% of participants report meaningful improvements in mental health and wellbeing outcomes, and the program is backed by the South Australia Health and Medical Research Institute and Flinders University. As a Be Well Plan Certified Trainer, we can deliver this program within your organisation.

Acquired Brain Injury Training

Acquired Brain Injury Training

We deliver training workshops which aim to develop the knowledge of Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) for those working in the disability sector, particularly care providers looking to upskill their staff. During the training, our qualified facilitator will demonstrate effective techniques that enable attendees to better engage with their clients, develop their skills, and understand behaviours of people living with brain injury in order to provide better quality support and care.