NDIS providers: Northern NSW.

From our base in the Northern NSW, Champion Mentors assists people living with disabilities to live their life their way.

Whether you need help at home, an adventure partner, a skill development program, or a brief getaway – we have you covered. Our team of passionate, dedicated, and enthusiastic mentors will match your needs and interests with their skills and experience. You get to choose the kind of help you need and who provides it.
As a leading national disability insurance scheme provider, we believe that everyone deserves to experience the natural beauty and cultural diversity of the region. That's why we offer a range of services that are customised to you and your goals. From disability-friendly activities to supported independent living (SIL), we can help you do the things you love and explore new opportunities.

Contact our Northern NSW support coordinator today to find out how we can help you to live your best life.
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We’re a registered NDIS provider, approved, regulated and backed by years of experience.

As a registered NDIS Service Provider, we are approved by the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) to deliver disability support services and are regulated by the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission.
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Our disability services

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

Recreation & Leisure Activities

Join your Mentor, bring your camera and go out to make the most of the day.

Trying new things in different situations helps us develop skills, confidence and social connections. Activities also let us enjoy our successes and improve our health and happiness.

Disability does not limit what we can do. With the right support and adjustments from our skilled Mentors, you can have fun and adventure with activities like kayaking, fishing, hiking, surfing, watching movies, or supporting your team.

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

Be more autonomous, securely and comfortably. Do you want to be more self-assured in your everyday activities?

With your Mentor by your side, we help you build skills, confidence and self-respect. From personal care to arriving at work punctually, our NDIS support workers can assist you in many ways to achieve more autonomy.

Supported independent living NSW

A more advanced level of support in your own home. Supported Independent Living (SIL) is a kind of support that usually happens in your home, possibly shared with other NDIS participants and offered as Specialist Disability Accommodation in NSW.

Supported Independent Living enables NDIS participants with disabilities or special needs to live in their own space while getting essential support.

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Short-term accommodation & respite care

Relax. Socialise. Energise. And treat yourself to some ‘me time’. Occasionally, we need a different environment and a pause from the usual.

A brief getaway lets you explore new things, meet new people or acquire new skills. And it allows your family or main carers to unwind and refresh.

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Discover disability-friendly recreation locations in northern NSW

Across Tweed Heads and the greater Northern Rivers region of NSW, there are plenty of inclusive recreational activities suited to everyone, including those living with a disability. Whether you are looking for adventure, relaxation, or learning, you will find something that suits your interests and needs.

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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 Access 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 engage with the local community. 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, including 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.