Formerly House with No Steps and The Tipping Foundation

Assistance with Daily Life

Assistance with Daily Life Services can help people with a disability learn and complete everyday tasks.

What is Assistance with Daily Life?

Assistance with Daily Life is a support that helps you learn and complete everyday tasks. Things like cooking, cleaning, using money, catching public transport, and more!

These supports are provided one on one, and can be offered in a range of places including a Support Worker coming to your own home.


Assistance with Daily Life at Aruma

At Aruma, no matter what support you need or what you want to learn, we can help.

What tasks can Aruma help me with?

We can support you with lots of different tasks.

Maybe you need one of our Support Workers to come to your home to help with morning or evening routines? Or maybe you want to learn to cook? Or maybe you just need an extra hand every now and then? It’s up to you.

Just a few of the things we can help with include:

  • Daily routines
  • Cooking and cleaning
  • Personal care
  • Shopping
  • Money and budgeting
  • Taking medication
  • Volunteering and working
  • Joining a group or club
  • Tips to make friends
  • Catching public transport
  • Working with Government services.

Can Aruma staff come to my home?

We can! Our Support Workers can provide these supports in a range of places including in your own home.

Will Aruma help me learn how to do these tasks on my own?

We sure will. A large part of our service is helping you learn to do some, or even all, of these tasks on your own.

Let us know what you want to learn and can help make it happen.

Over time, this may mean you need less support from us or other service providers.


NDIS Support Categories

Listed under ‘Core Supports’, these funds are really flexible so you can pick and choose what works best for you.

Please note: We bill in line with the NDIS Price Guide, which generally increases annually.