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The CRT Program provides emergency accommodation, care, medical and clinical attention for people with a disability with low to high intensity needs. It specifically serves participants that are in crisis, disaster, or change of circumstance and in need of short term accommodation and care.

Our services at a glance


Medical and clinical care

Doctors and specialists able to administer a range of medical treatments such as dialysis, palliative care.

Clinical care such as:

  • Pain management
  • Wound care
  • Oxygen therapy
  • Medication assistance
  • Dementia support
  • Catheter care
  • Telehealth system with diagnostic probe
  • Electronic medication management with pharmacies

Short and Medium Term Accommodation

  • Home away from home – set up to your
  • High quality modern, homely apartments
  • Sharing with a maximum of one other person
  • Option for co-ownership
  • All clinical, medical and care support provided
  • Freedom to do as you wish and have family and visitors whenever you like

Planning, service and support

  • Fast transition from current situation into
  • Support with funding/ sourcing funding
  • Planning and support in securing long term
  • 24/7 disability crisis helpline
  • CRT club – subscription to disability services delivered 24/7 no matter which NDIS provider you are with this can fill in gaps and help with unexpected events

Care, transport, therapy, assisted tech

Doctors and specialists able to administer a range of medical treatments such as dialysis, palliative care.

Clinical care such as:

  • Personal care
  • Transport assistance
  • Community participation
  • Domestic assistance
  • Home maintenance
  • Consumables
  • Therapy – physiotherapy, OT, psychology,
  • Assisted technology and home modification
  • Vocation care
  • Training and employment

Who we help

We help any NDIS participants with a specialty in supporting complex clinical care and 24/7 care needs. Often our participants come from a range of situations or change of circumstances such as:

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They are ready to be discharged from the hospital, but it is nowhere suitable for them to live.
img Aged care participants
Those who are under the age of 65 years with complex care needs that are currently residing in Aged care and need more appropriate accommodation
img Justice of Health NDIS participants
They are finding themselves in corrective remand centers, not knowing where to send them
img Homeless participants
Those who find themselves living on the street without a place to live or any support.
img Suitable accommodation Participants
Those waiting for SIL approval, community housing, or appropriate long-term accommodation and care funding.
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Anyone who feels that it's no longer safe to reside in their home due to a breakdown in relationships or a threat to their health or personal safety.
img Disaster participants
Anyone who experienced disasters such as fire or floods and requires short-term accommodation.
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Participants who require short-term accommodation due to Carer's distress.

The CRT Care Pathway

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How our services are funded
through the NDIS

Capital Support

  • Specialists Disability Accommodation
  • Assisted Technology & Equipment’s Aids
  • Short Term Accommodation
  • Medium Term Accommodation

Core Support

  • Community Participation
  • Consumables
  • Activities of Daily living
  • High intensity care
  • Tracheostomy
  • Bowel Management care
  • Pressure area care
  • Diabetic management
  • Respiratory management
  • Ventilator management
  • Wound management
  • Medication management
  • Cardiac care management
  • Weight loss management
  • Palliative care management

Capacity Building

Improved daily living support

  • Clinical social work
  • Clinical nurse consultant
  • Clinical psychologist
  • Physio
  • Occupational therapist
  • Dietician
  • Podiatrist
  • Speech pathologists
  • Exercise physiologist
  • Registered nurse
  • Behaviour Support

Medical & Clinical

  • Medical Specialists
  • GP
  • Pain management
  • Specialist
  • Nephrologist
  • Cardiologist
  • A&E Specialist
  • Psychiatrist
  • Rehab Specialist

Why choose CRT Program

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Our services are available 24/7, 365 days a year

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We are family owned and locally based so you can speak to someone that understands your needs when you call.

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We source our team from Nurse Training Australia and the Royal Australian College of General Practicioners

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We treat our clients like family. You have the flexibility and control to live life on your terms.

Our Staff

We have 120 Support workers, 5 doctors and 20 nurses, 6RNs. We also have 10 Allied Health professionals.

Our specialists include:

  • Medical  Director
  • A&E Specialists 
  • General Practitioners
  • Pain Management specialists 
  • Psychiatrist 
  • Rehab Specialists
  • Geriatrician
  • Clinical Psychologist 
  • Specialists Support Coordinator 
  • RN Clinical Nursing  Specialists

Our Expertise

Our staff go through rigorous training and have the following qualifications:

  • Disability and aged care cert 3 
  • Disability Cert 4 and 
  • Diploma in Nursing. 

High Intensity care training :

  • Bowel management 
  • Manual handling 
  • Infection control
  • Covid 19
  • Tracheostomy
  • Respiratory 
  • Renal Dialysis
  • Pain Management
  • Wound management
  • Cather Management
  • Diabetic management
  • Cardiac monitoring 
  • Telehealth system

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