About Eagle Community Care

Eagle Community Care (ECC) was founded in 2017 in Warrimoo (“Place of Eagles”) in the NSW Blue Mountains as a sole trader personal in-home Community service provider within the NDIS funding framework. Using experience and qualifications gained since 2009 working in the public and private Community Service sector in positions as a Disability, Community, and Mental Health Support Worker.

NDIS Self and plan-managed participants are welcome.
ECC welcomes NDIS Self and plan-managed participants.

NDIS Quality Standards Completion Certificate
NDIS Quality and Safety Standards certified.

Services provided in the NSW Central West, based around Bathurst, are in-home personalised disability, community, and mental health peer support:

  • All aspects of personal care including hygiene, feeding, manual handling.
  • Daily living activities including house care, shopping, meal preparation.
  • Community access including transport, accessibility, social interaction.
  • Personal and systemic advocacy, peer mentoring in strategies for independent living.
  • Specialising in but not limited to Autism support.

Rates and charges:

Special flat rate of $40 per shift hour.
$0.25 vehicle charge per km of all travel including transportation.
Bathurst and back: 40 Km x $0.25 = $10.00 travel charge. For Lithgow: 70 Km x $0.25 = $35.

Longer shifts mean lower hourly rates.
Shifts over $50 per hour average due to travel (orange colour) will be charged to NDIS for extra time at a rate of $50.00/Hr.
Transportation can be charged separately, to NDIS transport funding.

Services are driven by a lived personal experience of disability challenges, and informed by the Recovery framework.

Experience and qualifications:

I have experience since 2009 mainly working in ADHC group homes for people with profound Autism and Neurodevelopmental Delay, Aquired Brain Injury, psychosocial and physical disabilities. During this time I also held positions in Community and Mental Health support and casework.

I also have understandings, skills, and strategies developed from many years of previous personal life experience of living on the Autism spectrum with related disability challenges. This was using the Recovery process as a peer and consumer self-managing their recovery.