Living at home with everyday supports
People with a physical disability, Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) or other degenerative neurological condition may be eligible to receive daily supports to help them live in their own home and communities.
Help at home is available for people with a disability through the Home and Community Care (HACC) Program. A range of services are available to help maintain the independence of eligible people These services may offer up to 15 hours of service hours per week.
Living at home with intensive supports
People who need more than 15 personal assistance service hours per week of in-home may be eligible for a higher level of care.
The Attendant Care and Physical Disability Unit in ADHC Central Office administers the intake process for both the ACP and HNP. The Unit receives and processes applications.
The 'High level in-home personal assistance - A guide for applicants and referrers' (PDF) provides information on how to apply and on the assessment and allocation process.
For more information
For further information about the Attendant Care Program or High Need Pool, contact our Attendant Care and Physical Disability Unit.