The Calvary Health Care Bethlehem NDIS Service
Calvary Health Care Bethlehem is a registered NDIS service in the bayside suburb of Parkdale, supporting people with progressive neurological diseases across Victoria to live well and achieve their goals.
Calvary Health Care Bethlehem is a not-for-profit health service that provides specialist palliative care and a Statewide Progressive Neurological Service and we are a registered NDIS Provider.
We have over 30 years’ experience and expertise working with people with less common progressive neurological conditions, including, but not limited to, Motor Neurone Disease and Huntington’s Disease and we are passionate about the work we do.
We are here to help patients and their families to navigate the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) to ensure you receive appropriate supports to enable you to achieve your goals.
We are here to help if you need:
Assessment and selection of aids and equipment (Assistive Technology)
Assessment for home or vehicle passenger modifications
Assessment for Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA)
Swallowing, diet and home enteral nutrition (HEN) support
Support with communication
Specialist Behavioural support
Counselling related to your disability
Training in the use of Assistive Technology and other new skills
Family and carer education and training
Ask us how we can work together to achieve your goal
Call us: (03) 9595 3230 or email: BethlehemNDIS@calvarycare.org.au and ask for our NDIS Coordinator.
Our NDIS Team are very experienced and skilled at being able to navigate your care. Our expert team comprises:
- Occupational Therapists
- Speech Pathologists
- Clinical Psychologists
- Music Therapists
Our NDIS Provider Service caters to the needs of both participants and providers
- Advice based on an understanding of the progressive nature of your condition
- A team approach – working with you, your family and other health and service providers to achieve your NDIS goals
- Services in your home or community
- A range of communication options
- Education and training on the management of people with progressive neurological diseases
- Consultations to support local NDIS providers