The Easy Exercising Team
NDIS Funded Activities for Disability
The NDIS is a revolutionary Australian Government initiative that provides financial assistance and continual support to those with a disability, regardless of their financial standing. It differs from other social welfare programs because it does not depend on means of testing. This scheme intends to improve the quality of life for those with disability by providing them with lifetime support.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a funding support program that assists people with disabilities to participate more fully in daily life.
NDIS Funded Support Activities
Participants of the NDIS scheme can use the funds for a variety of activities. The list of NDIS supported activities includes:
- daily personal activities
- transport to enable participation in community, social, economic and daily life activities
- workplace help to allow a participant to successfully get or keep employment in the open or supported labour market
- therapeutic supports including behaviour support
- help with household tasks to allow the participant to maintain their home environment
- help to a participant by skilled personnel in aids or equipment assessment, set up and training
- home modification design and construction
- mobility equipment, and
- vehicle modifications.
Why Choose Easy Exercising for NDIS Funded Activities?
Everyone who is able to use an NDIS self-managed or plan-managed approach can start their journey with Easy Exercising.
We are a registered NDIS service provider devoted to providing Australians with the resources and support necessary to further their independence and reach their objectives. We are focused and committed to helping each individual on their journey to wellbeing with our services.
NDIS participants in Brisbane are finding that making use of the sessions at Easy Exercising helps them manage their health conditions, improve their strength, and enjoy a sense of close-knit community.
Client Testimonials for Easy Exercising NDIS Support
For instance, here is what Kirsty says regarding her Easy Exercising for NDIS sessions:
“I’m Kirsty … I have Multiple Sclerosis. I heard about this place from my friend and I’ve been coming now for two weeks. I’m hoping it’s going to help me be more independent and stronger in myself, and hopefully dance at my daughter’s wedding.”
And here is what Katrina said:
“I come here because I have a bit of a disability and the ladies here are supervising me all the time, helping me out on the machines … I like coming here because it’s a social outing. I’ve noticed my movement in my body better, and also mentally. All you’ve got to do is act naturally and have fun.”
Easy Exercising – NIDS is not just for women. Listen to how much Michael enjoys his time at his Easy Exercising – NDIS sessions:
“I’m a member of the NDIS and I come here for rehabilitation. I find it very beneficial and I recommend it to anybody else that has a … disability. It’s the most relaxing exercising that you can do and it really helps you. I know that for a fact.”
Easy Exercising – NDIS evolved naturally, with NDIS participants in the Brisbane area discovering how good the power-assisted machines are in helping them manage their health, and also how much fun they have with other participants. The sense of belonging is a positive by-product of participants coming together with shared objectives.
Sisters Andrea and Jessica Curtis have worked tirelessly for over four years to create and build a support service that is completely different from a gym, and suitable for people with health challenges. Their cheeky sense of humour and no-nonsense approach helps keep people accountable to their goals while being realistic about the obstacles. When any participant sees improvement, their efforts are celebrated by the whole community.
Where is Easy Exercising – NDIS located?
Easy Exercising now has four clinics in the Brisbane region:
– Wellington Point
6/401 Main Road
3/1387 Anzac Avenue
– Sunnybank Hills
323 Hellawell Road
20/70-86 Michael Avenue
There are plans to expand to a number of other locations, so if you do not live near one of the existing Easy Exercising – NDIS clinics, please get in touch so that the team can add you to a waitlist. That way when a new clinic opens you can be kept up to date.
Future locations under consideration include Toowoomba, the Sunshine Coast and the Gold Coast.
How can I participate in an Easy Exercising – NDIS session?
To set up your free trial session, fill in the form below. Andrea or Jessica Curtis will contact you to set up a suitable time.
The reason a free trial session is offered is so that you get the opportunity to see how the clinics are set up, how it feels to be there with other participants, and to meet Andrea, Jessica, or one of their team members.
Please make sure that once a time is arranged for your free trial session, that you do attend, or contact Andrea or Jessica to reschedule if necessary. If you simply do not turn up, the time slot that was reserved for you is wasted, meaning somebody else misses out.
Do I need to provide anything for my free trial session with Easy Exercising – NDIS?
To maintain CoVid-safe standards and also keep the equipment in good condition, there are clothing requirements.
- Long sleeve tops to the wrist (no ¾ length sleeves) are to be worn at all times;
- Long pants are to be tucked into socks to prevent trousers from rising;
- The wearing of your own socks is mandatory;
- Please bring a beach towel (XXL towel) to cover the equipment; and
- Gloves are mandatory, due to CoVid-19.
- If you have any flu-like symptoms or feel unwell, please do not attend and
inform us immediately on 0407 144658 and state your name and the attending studio.
- If you do need to cancel a session, contact details are:
Morayfield & Kallangur: Andrea Curtis, 0432 120785
Sunnybank Hills & Wellington Point: Jessica Curtis, 0407 144658
Contact Easy Exercising – NDIS now to set up your free trial session – we’d love to meet you!