NDIS Support Coordination

We walk alongside you as you navigate the NDIS and implement your plan, your way.

Proudly providing independent Support Coordination Services in South Australia.

Hello and welcome to TCP!

My name is Cassie and I created The Carers Place in 2016 as a service I would want to access and a business I would want to work for.

I am a mum of two young men and my eldest was born with Cystic Fibrosis and lives with multiple disabilities including Autism and an Acquired Brain Injury.

I have spent over 20 years navigating the health and education systems as a parent carer for my son Matthew. I learnt so many things the hard way, but nothing prepared me for the NDIS as he transitioned to that scheme in 2017.

Confusion and overwhelm hit me big time. I thought if I am confused, what about others out there too? I set out on a mission to make things easier for people just like us to understand the NDIS and access supports and services they needed and wanted in life. The ultimate aim has always been a focus on less stress and overwhelm and a whole lot more joy.

We look forward to finding out how we can work together in the future and trust we are able to bring a little light into your life.

Cass x

TCP and what is important to us

The Carers Place are a team that have personal and lived experiences with chronic health, disability and neurodivergence.

We believe in what we do, how we do it and why we do it.

When we know better; we feel better; we do better.

Reducing stress and overwhelm while improving wellbeing and quality of life (mixed with a whole lot of joy) is our focus.

The Carers Place proudly provide Independent Support Coordination and Specialist Support Coordination in South Australia.  We are strongly focussed on health, wellbeing and relationships in all aspects of our work and our services are currently expanding in these areas.

We’ve developed tools, training and resources that are simple, sustainable and effective.

Our passion is working with participants, families and businesses across Australia to build capacity, boost health, and strengthen the disability and community services sectors across Australia.