NDIS Cleaning

NDIS Cleaning

Core Supports

NDIS Cleaning Services

NDIS Cleaning Services 

 It seems like you have provided information about Ruhil Care Support Services, which offers cleaning and personal care services for individuals with disabilities. They work with funding from the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) to help people live a fulfilling life.

Personal care services can assist individuals with disabilities in carrying out essential everyday activities such as eating, personal hygiene, dressing, and using the restroom. These tasks contribute to a person’s self-esteem and dignity.

Ruhil Care Services can provide various cleaning tasks to improve the quality of life for individuals with disabilities. Some examples include vacuuming, sweeping, mopping floors, dusting, sanitizing surfaces, organizing possessions, cleaning bathrooms and kitchens, washing dishes and clothes, and deep cleaning walls, windows, furniture, and floors.

Ruhil Care prides itself on being a full-service support provider focused on achieving clients’ goals and ensuring their comfort, happiness, and functionality in their living space. They prioritize building relationships, offering personalized services, considering individual needs, and providing trustworthy, timely, and communicative support.

To access Ruhil Care cleaning services, you can get in touch with them online, by phone, or in person. They will assess your needs, discuss what is covered and available under the NDIS, and work with you to create a plan that suits your requirements.

As for using NDIS funding for cleaning services, the NDIS can provide funding for reasonable and necessary supports related to an individual’s disability. Ruhil Care can connect you with professional and competent cleaners if it aligns with your NDIS plan and helps you live a happier, healthier, and more independent life.

How Can Personal Care Services Help Someone with Disability? 


Personal care functions are crucial for individuals with disabilities as they serve as the foundation for their overall well-being and ability to engage in daily activities. Disabilities can greatly affect physical, mental, and emotional capabilities, which in turn impact the tasks that can be performed regularly. However, certain essential tasks are vital for maintaining good health and enabling a fulfilling life. These personal care functions play a fundamental role in facilitating individuals’ performance in all other aspects of their lives.


If you or someone close to you experiences a disability, it is likely that certain everyday tasks may pose challenges. Maintaining a healthy diet, practicing personal hygiene, dressing independently, and accessing restroom facilities are all crucial aspects that contribute to an individual’s sense of identity and self-worth.



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NDIS Life Skills and Development

Life Skills are the things we learn along the way that enable us to function from day to day in a complex world full of challenges, expectations, unseen obstacles, and unavoidable circumstances. People living with disabilities often have different experiences where they may not have had the same exposures, or they may face different obstacles, and in turn, they have a different set of life skills.

Whether you or your loved one experiences a disability, there are ample support services available with funding from the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) to ensure you live your life to the fullest.

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About Ruhil Care

Ruhil Care started with the vision to set apart a space that is safe and accessible for the people with special needs, so they have choice and control over their services. Our hope is to clear out some of the obstacles that hinder their abilities and help them realise their full potential. Ruhil care is committed to safeguarding the rights and responsibilities of participants, their guardians, and staff members in all circumstances.