Support coordination and

in home support

experienced and




Invictus Disability Support Services coordinators have a background in working with people with a disability and their families and have a qualification in social work with extensive experience working with people with psycho-social disabilities and those who are involved in the justice system. A Support Coordinator will support you to understand and implement the funded supports in your plan and link you to community, mainstream and other government services. A Support Coordinator will focus on supporting you to build skills, as well as connect you to providers.

  • Support Connection

    We assist you to understand all aspects of your plan and connect you to providers and the broader systems of supports to help you achieve your goals.

  • Co-ordination of Supports

    We work together to design and build your supports and help you build and maintain your networks.

  • Specialist Support Co-ordination

    If you have complex needs or are in a crisis, we focus on outcomes and help to reduce complexity in your supports.


We offer individualised services to children and adults, specifically tailored to help you live independently, either in your own home or in a group living arrangement. We not only help with all the tasks that need to be completed around your home also providing respectful and dignified personal care. We also help you build your own skills over time, to live as independently as possible.

What kind of NDIS in-home support can we provide?
  • Household cleaning, laundry, washing and ironing

  • Personal grooming, bathing and toileting
  • Cooking and meal preparation
  • Light garden maintenance
  • Helping you get around the house

  • Accompanying you to appointments
  • Shopping and other errands

Our NDIS in-home care can help families or carers to have time away from care giving to refresh and renew, whilst also helping participants to improve their quality of life by remaining independent.