NDIS providers: Brisbane.

Are you looking for a reliable and compassionate registered NDIS provider in Brisbane? Do you want to live your life your way and enjoy the best that this vibrant city has to offer?

If yes, then you have come to the right place. Welcome to Champion Mentors – the service that supports people living with disabilities to achieve their goals and dreams.
At Champion Mentors, we believe that everyone deserves to have fun, meaningful, and fulfilling experiences. That's why we offer a range of National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) services in Brisbane, such as recreation and leisure activities, short-term accommodations and respite, supported independent living, in-home care, and adventure camps. We also match you with a Mentor who is not just a disability support worker, but also a friend, a companion, and an inspiration. Our Mentors are carefully selected by our local area coordinator in Brisbane to match your preferences, interests, and personality, so you can feel comfortable and confident with them.
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We’re registered providers, NDIS-approved, regulated and backed by years of experience.

As a registered NDIS Service Provider, we’re approved by the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) to deliver NDIS-funded services and are regulated by the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission.
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NDIS PROVIDER BRISBANE: Our disability services

You choose the support you want, the way you want it.

NDIS-funded activities Brisbane

Grab your Mentor, pack your camera and get out and about to seize the day. By trying new things in various settings, we develop skills, self-respect and social trust. Activities also allow us to enjoy our accomplishments and improve our health and happiness.

Disability does not limit our possibilities. With the right adjustments and the support of our experienced Mentors, you can have fun and adventure with kayaking, fishing, hiking or surfing, relaxing at the cinema or cheering for your favourite sports team.

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In-home care, assistance with daily living & life skills

Feel more independent, safely and easily. Do you want to be more self-assured in your everyday activities? With your mentor by your side, we help you to grow your abilities, trust and self-worth.

Whether it's personal care, medication pickup or punctual work attendance, with NDIS funding our support workers can assist you in many ways to achieve more autonomy.

Supported independent living, Brisbane-wide

A higher level of assistance at home. NDIS-supported Independent Living services (SIL) usually occur in your own home, which you may share with other NDIS participants and get as part of your Specialist Disability Accommodation, Brisbane-wide.

Supported Independent Living providers help an NDIS participant with disabilities or special needs to live on their own outside the family home while getting the support they need.

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NDIS Short-term accommodation (STA) Brisbane

Reset. Connect. Recharge. And enjoy some ‘me time’. Sometimes we need a different environment and a break from the usual. A short getaway gives us the opportunity to explore new things, make new friends or learn new skills. And it gives our family or primary carers time to rest and recharge.

Activities and disability are not mutually exclusive. With adaptations and the help of our qualified Mentors, you could safely do all the activities you love.

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Discover disability-friendly recreation locations in Brisbane, Queensland

Brisbane, Australia's sunny city by the river, has always valued inclusivity and diversity. For those with a significant disability, finding the right places can make a big difference in enjoying the city to the max.

From the peaceful trails of botanical gardens to the lively arts districts, Brisbane makes sure everyone can join in its beauty and culture. Whether you're a resident or a visitor, discovering disability-friendly activities and locations is now very easy. Check out this guide to find out the best spots Brisbane has to offer.

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What does support care actually look like?

Personal Care and Daily Living Assistance

Support workers help participants with their personal care and daily living tasks, such as dressing, grooming, and meal preparation. They ensure participants have good hygiene, health, and nutrition.

Household Tasks

Support workers assist with household tasks to keep a safe and comfortable home for participants. These tasks include cleaning, laundry, grocery shopping, and housekeeping. They improve the well-being and quality of life of participants.

Community Participation and Social Activities

Support workers support social inclusion and community engagement for participants. They help individuals access social and recreational activities, go to events or appointments, and connect with local community groups. They enhance social connections, relationships, and the mental health of participants.

Emotional Support and Advocacy

Support workers provide emotional and behaviour support to participants, offering a listening ear, empathy, and understanding. They also advocate for participants, ensuring their voices and rights are respected. They help with communication, decision-making, and expressing needs and preferences.

Skill Development and Goal Achievement

Support workers help participants develop and improve their skills. They work together to set personal goals, plan strategies, and provide support to achieve them. Whether it's life skills, education, or employment, support workers enable participants to reach their potential.

Documentation and Reporting

Support workers document and report their interactions with participants, progress, changes, or concerns. This information ensures consistent care and helps with future planning and decision-making.

Whatever you want to achieve, we’ll help you get there.