Capacity Building Supports are part of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). They help people with disabilities become more independent and help them with everyday life. They are related to Core Supports that allow you to perform your daily tasks with ease. Capacity Building is a process of developing abilities, instincts, and skills that help participants thrive and reach their goals as they get stronger.
NDIS capacity building support provides you with the funds to rent short-term accommodation. You can choose to live alone or share the accommodation with someone. This service means accessing improved living arrangements and finding a community. You can ask a service provider to help you find a suitable accommodation.
While developing your independence you can engage with others in the community. By becoming more comfortable in the community and interacting with others, participants can gain confidence and greater independence in their lives. Participants can feel less inhibitions in actively joining in community activities once their confidence has been built.
Your daily life becomes more organised and independent with Capacity Building support. Your core support providers help you with daily tasks like showering, cleaning, and maintenance. Capacity Building can help you develop the skills to reduce your assistance. Greater independence lends a sense of satisfaction and authority over one’s life, and a positive outlook.
A service provider can help you with your education. They could help you in your transition from school to university, setting a budget for the textbooks, assisting you in the classroom, and setting a timetable for your studies. This support will help you improve your learning experience.