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National Disability Insurance Agency

Dolleina are an approved provider offering a range of services to participants of the National Disability Insurance Scheme. We are approved to provide the following support items:

  • Accommodation/Tenancy
  • Assess-Skill, Ability, Needs
  • Assist-Life Stage, Transition
  • Assist-Personal Activities
  • Behaviour Support
  • Community Nursing Care
  • Daily Tasks/Shared Living
  • Development-Life Skills
  • Household Tasks
  • Participate in Community
  • Training-Travel Independence
  • Support Coordination

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Dolleina are an approved service provider offering attendant care services on behalf of icare. We have an established track record in working with icare participants to successfully accomplish a transition from the rehab setting back to a home setting.

We are experienced in meeting care requirements for all icare participants including high physical needs and traumatic brain injury. We have successfully implemented very large programmes with service input requirements exceeding 24 service hours per day for a single client.

Participant input into the design of the service is very important to us.  It helps that we understand what is important to participants including culture, beliefs and values. This includes understanding how you would like to be known and greeted, your preferred times for receiving service, being involved in the recruitment process, selection and training of workers.

Dolleina provide an after-hours service for participants needing to contact us outside normal business hours regarding service arrangements.

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Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ)

Dolleina are an approved service provider for Community Support Packages funded by DCJ Services.

  • Community Support Packages
  • Individual Funding Agreements
  • Life Choices, Community Participation & Active Ageing
  • Younger People in Residential Aged Care (YPIRAC)
  • Accommodation Support
  • Behavioural Intervention

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Disability Support for Older Australians Program (DSOA)

From 1 July 2021, the Disability Support for Older Australians Program (DSOA) replaced the Continuity of Support (CoS) Programme.

DSOA is designed to ensure that older Australians with disability who are not eligible for the NDIS continue to receive the supports.
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Transport Accident Commission (TAC) Victoria

The TAC is a Victorian Government-owned organisation set up to promote road safety and help pay for treatment and benefits for people injured in transport accidents.

Dolleina is approved to provide services to TAC clients.  We also offer this service for individuals that are funded by TAC and reside within New South Wales.

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About NIISQ and the NIISQ Agency

The National Injury Insurance Scheme, Queensland (NIISQ) is a no-fault scheme that provides necessary and reasonable lifetime treatment, care and support to those who sustain eligible serious personal injuries in a motor vehicle accident in Queensland, on or after 1 July 2016.

The National Injury Insurance Agency, Queensland (NIISQ Agency) funds, assesses and decides necessary and reasonable treatment, care and support for NIISQ participants, and manages and monitors the provision of these services.

How we can help you

If you are a NIISQ participant, we may be able to provide your attendant care and support services. You can contact us or the NIISQ Agency to discuss your attendant care and support needs.

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Lifetime Support Authority (LSA)

Dolleina is approved to provide services to LSA clients.

The Lifetime Support Authority (LSA) delivers the Lifetime Support Scheme (LSS).

The LSS provides high quality treatment, care and support for people who are seriously injured in motor vehicle accidents in South Australia. Serious injuries include brain or spinal cord injury, amputations, burns and blindness.

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