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It's about care and connection. That's why we're here to help get you back to doing the things that you love.

Pride Disability Services can support you in daily tasks and routines that help you to live your life your way, or support you to explore and participate in community-based activities that you enjoy.

Support and Services



Assistance with Daily Life

Assistance with Daily Life

Support Category #01

Support to provide assistance or supervision of personal tasks during day-to-day life that enables the participant to live as independently as possible.

  • Assistance with Self-Care Activities

  • Assistance with Personal Domestic Activities

  • House or Yard Maintenance

  • House Cleaning and Other Household Activities

  • Assistance in a Shared Living Arrangement

  • Assistance in Individual Living Arrangement

  • Assistance in Supported Independent Living - SIL

  • STA and Assistance (Inc. Respite)

  • Medium Term Accommodation

  • Capacity Building and Training in Self-Management and Plan Management

  • Provider travel


Support Coordination and Psychosocial Recovery Coaching

Support Coordination and Psychosocial Recovery Coaching

Support Category #07

Support coordination is a capacity building support which helps you to understand and use you NDIS plan to pursue your goals, connect you with NDIS providers, community, and other services.


A psychosocial recovery coach is specifically designed for individuals who have a primary diagnosis of psychosocial disability. Recovery coaches offer a more hands-on approach, using their specific knowledge of mental health services, to ensure individuals receive the best support to reach their goals.

  • Support Coordination Level 1: Support Connection

  • Support Coordination Level 2: Coordination of Supports

  • Support Coordination Level 3: Specialist Support Coordination

  • Psychosocial Recovery Coaching

  • Activity Based Transport

  • Provider travel



Pride Disability Services can provide a hybrid support model to individuals, to utilise their phones, computers, tablets and even social media platforms for supports for the very first time. Support staff can assist individuals to embrace technology to increase their technical and social media skills which allows them to fully participant in the LGBTIQ+ and Gender Diverse communities.  

Here at Pride Disability Services, we recognise at times the difficulties individuals can have in connecting within the Australian community, engagement in social events, learning new skills, being involved in fun activities, health and fitness planning and advice, living a fun life or even staying socially connected. This can all be socially isolating and detriment to an individual’s health and wellbeing. Virtually Pride enables individuals from all walks to life to connect with each other Australia wide. 

What are the benefits of Virtual Support?

Supports can be scary at the very least, and choosing Virtual Supports may not be an option for everyone, but while the delivery isn’t face-to-face, the quality of service remains the same at any rate Why be Alone? 

Benefits of Virtually Pride: 

As part of the Virtually Pride programs, Pride Disability Services can assist you to learn new skills, like cooking, learning new ways to connect with the community, budgeting and much more. Participants who have mobility challenges or live remotely, Virtually Pride offers a great alternative to face to face supports to enable our LGBTQIA+ clients to stay safe, feel supported and connected.


Support workers can help you to Virtually access the community and engage in social and recreational activities.  

What kinds of Virtual Support can I expect?

  • Support Coordination 

  • Psychosocial recovery coaching 

  • Life Transition Planning Including Mentoring, Peer-Support, and Individual Skill Development 

  • Innovative Community Participation 

  • Skills Development and Training 

  • Assistance With Decision Making Daily Planning and Budgeting 

  • Assistance With Accommodation and Tenancy Obligations 

  • Assistance with Self-Care Activities 

  • Assistance with Personal Domestic Activities

  • Community Participation Activities 

  • Individual Social Skills Development 

How does Virtual Support work? 

Once you have submitted an expression of interest for supports with Pride Disability Services our Intake manager will guide you through the whole process.  It will be a smooth transition of information collection to establishing virtual supports to meet your needs. We will work with you and your support coordination team to meet your NDIS budget according to your chosen category of supports and we will arrange a meet and greet with a number of our fabulous staff who will be working on your team. When you meet, it’s just like face-to-face: you’ll have an opportunity to check in, continue working on your NDIS plan goals and get the support you need.


Virtual supports will never replace meeting staff in person, however we can give you  even more choice and control when it comes to getting the right support at the right time – whether you be living in the middle of a sprawling city or the back of Broken Hill. 

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If you feel you or someone you know would love to join the Pride Disability Services family, fill in the referral form below, or make an enquiry to talk to one of the Pride team about how we can support you to come and be a part of Pride.



To make a referral for supports and services with Pride Disability Services click the link below, 

Contact Pride




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09:00 AM - 05:00 PM



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