What program can you create?

Castle has 30 years experience supporting people with a disability in achieving their goals.

Castle has been providing disability services in Newcastle, the Hunter and Central Coast for 30 years, and has been delivering NDIS services since it first trialled in Newcastle in 2013. We now deliver NDIS services from Lake Haven, to Belmont, Maitland, Mayfield and Newcastle.

Our belief is that every person is able to contribute to society, and it is with this in mind that we strive to offer unique support to unique people.


Our Services aim to cater to a variety of goals and experiences, including;

  • Social and Community Participation

  • Daily Living Skills

  • Building and maintaining relationships

  • Health and Wellbeing

  • Improved Living Arrangements

  • School Leaver Employment Support

  • Finding and Keeping a Job

  • Support Coordination

Ask us how we can deliver flexible, individualised supports to you today!  -->

NDIS Programs

Meet people, make friends, take day trips, share gaming tips, attend social and sporting events and create memories that will last a lifetime. 

Get your creative on… sing loud, dance like no one is watching, express yourself through art and performance, and meet like-minded people.

Building skills and self-confidence, through work experience, exercise, mindfulness, communication skills, making friends and general health and wellbeing.

Our Castle house at Mayfield is a special place that has something for everyone. Cook delicious meals, make great coffee, meet friends and make the perfect bed. Build your independence and gain the skills needed to move out into your own home.

Just finished school? Build your skills, explore your options and get job-ready.

Support Coordination is all about connecting you to Service Providers and Support Networks that help you to live well, laugh loud and learn lots.

Nat%20Shipley_edited.jpg

Useful resources to help you:

Understand NDIS eligibility, application process, receiving a plan and using your plan.

1. Understand the NDIS (Download PDF)

2. Planning (Download PDF)

3. Using your NDIS plan (Download PDF)

4. Castle NDIS Price Guide (Download PDF)

Get free and independent advice for help with the NDIS

1. Disability Advocacy NSW

2. Carers Australia

3. Disability Advocacy Finder

4. DSC NDIS Resource Hub

Understand and get support during COVID-19

Want to know more? Get in touch

Castle Support Purposes, Categories and Prices

About the NDIS Price Guide

The NDIA sets the price for some supports to make sure they provide value for money for participants.

Changes to prices are updated to respond to market trends and changes in costs and are generally identified through an Annual Price Review. The Annual Price Review is undertaken by the NDIA in the lead up to new financial year, with any new prices outlined in an updated price guide, effective 1 July each year.  (https://www.ndis.gov.au/providers/price-guides-and-information)

The NDIA also updates the types of supports available and the way they are charged and delivered by providers. To keep up to date on yearly NDIS reviews, visit Undertanding the Price Guide

What this means for you

There's no need to worry, your NDIS plan funding will automatically update to match the new cost of supports. If you have any questions about how NDIS price updates will effect you, get in touch

What does this mean for your Castle supports?

Castle is still able to deliver the same great supports, tailored to your individual plan to achieve your goals.

Our service is delivered under the support categories below, so talk to us about how you can get the most out of your plan.

Core Supports

 

Daily Living

  • Assistance with Daily Life

  • Transport

  • Consumables

Social & Community Participation

  • Assistance with Social and Community participation

Capacity Building Supports

 

Choice and Control

  • Support Coordination

Home

  • Improved Living Arrangements

Social & Community Participation

  • Increased Social & Community Participation

Work

  • Finding & keeping a Job

Relationships

  • Improved Relationships

Health & Wellbeing

  • Improved Health & Wellbeing

Lifelong Choice

  • Improved Learning

Choice & Control

  • Improved Life Choices

Daily Living

  • Improved Daily Living Skills