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Provider Information

Gender of Attendants: 
We can provide support for:
LGBTQIA+ Friendly
Culturally & Linguistically Diverse Provider (CALD)
Supports High Care Needs
Works with Complex Cases

What we do

What we offer

How do we work

At Cosmos Care Group, we are a team of health professionals with combined experience of more than 10 years in Disability support, clinical and complex care.

Together we bring our, on field experience of supporting daily activities, complex care and behaviour support implementation, working closely with particiapant's goals and focusing on participant's independence hand in hand with allied health team.

We alss support our participants to access NDIS right from assessments to report writing and applying for NDIS. We have our in-house training developed and delivered to our Care staff by Clinical educators.

"For Cosmos care it is not about us, it is about your life". Together we endure to make it beautiful and indepedent



Nursing Services

Continence Supports, Diabetic Management Supports, Dysphagia Supports, Epilepsy Supports, Nutrition Supports, Respiratory Supports

Complex Health Support

Continence Supports, Diabetic Management Supports, Dysphagia Supports, Epilepsy Supports, Nutrition Supports, Respiratory Supports

Personal Care

Personal Care Supports Relate To Assistance With Daily Personal Activities Including Assistance With, Or Supervision Of, Personal Tasks Of Daily

Accommodation Supports

Many People With Disabilities Are Unable To Live On Their Own Or With Their Family, And Therefore Group Or Shared Accommodation Allows People To Receive Day-To-Day Support Whilst Living In A Suitable Home.

Community Access

Cosmos Care Group Staff Keeps Your Loved One Socially Engaged At Home, And Can Accompany Them To Visit Friends Or Family, To Social Events,

Home Care

We Understand That Living With A Disability Can Pose A Range Of Challenges And Complex Care Needs. With The Right Disability Home Care

IT Solutions (NDIS & Age Care)

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Supports Coordination

A Support Coordinator Will Support You To Understand And Implement The Funded Supports In Your Plan And Link You To Com

Support Workers and Nursing Services (Greater Sydney, Sydney Metro)

  • Personal Care
  • Home Care
  • Domestic Assistance
  • Community Access
  • Short Term Accommodation/Medium Term Accommodation
  • Shopping
  • Appointments
  • Supported Independent Living
  • Nursing & Health Support
    • Medication Mangement
    • Chronic illness management
    • Wound cleaning and management
    • Nursing Assessments

Support Coordination level 1-2 (available in the western suburbs for F2F)

Hi, I'm Sarah. I come from a childcare and legal background. I have deep experience working with complex and high care needs participants, in particular children. 

My background has given me some really good insight into the legal system and how to navigate more complex environmental challenges that impact delivery of care to participants.

When delivering my services, I strive to:

  • Listen
  • Be compassionate
  • Empower those I work with

What I can do for NDIS participants:

  • Connect you with quality supports that meet your needs
  • Help with paperwork!
  • I can help people apply for NDIS funding, and for Support Coordination funding
  • Help with plan reviews and change of circumstances submissions
  • Accompany for Meet and Greets with new providers as a support person
  • I have really broad experience across most disabilities, including high care needs and complex cases.

What does a support coordinator do?

Support connection – This support is to build your ability to connect with informal, community and funded supports enabling you to get the most out of your plan and achieve your goals.

Support coordination – coordination of supports: This support will assist you to build the skills you need to understand, implement and use your plan. A support coordinator will work with you to ensure a mix of supports are used to increase your capacity to maintain relationships, manage service delivery tasks, live more independently and be included in your community.

Depending on your individual goals, plan objectives and aspirations you may receive funding for these supports in your plan.

Cosmos care offers a variety of accommodation such as...


Supported Independent Living (SIL) is when people with disabilities receive support, usually 24/7, to help each person live as independently as possible. This can sometimes be a group of people sharing a home together, or one person receiving support in their own home.

Many people with disabilities are unable to live on their own or with their family, and therefore group or shared accommodation allows people to receive day-to-day support whilst living in a suitable home.

It’s important for everyone in the household to get along, so like-minded housemates can be matched based on compatibility and shared hobbies and interests.

Under the NDIS, SIL means that between two and seven people can share a home, each person with their own private bedroom.

What support is available in a SIL home?

Support is usually available 24/7 and can include:

  • Help to manage money and household budgeting
  • Assistance with cooking
  • Assistance with cleaning and laundry
  • Help to catch public transport to visit friends and family
  • Personal care such as showering and dressing
  • Support with grocery shopping
  • Assistance with daily skills training
  • Promote participation in household and community activities


MTA is available for those who require temporary transitional housing while they wait for their more permanent home to become ready or available to use. It could be in following circumstances:

As bridging accommodation for younger people who are at risk of being admitted (or who want to leave) an aged care home
Participants who are ready to leave hospitals but are waiting for home modifications, assisted technology or support equipment to be placed in their home.

Those who are waiting for a vacancy or for a build to be completed.


Short-term Accommodation (STA) refers to supports previously referred to as ‘respite’. STA describes supports provided for a limited period of time, typically delivered in a residential house, unit or flat. In some instances, the provider might book an apartment at a hotel.

It can be provided as additional support in your own home by some organizations. Some organizations will only provide STA to adults, others only to children, some offer services to both.

What does STA include?

  • Specialised around the clock support staff
  • Medications and personal care
  • Accessible environment
  • Meals
  • Social activities and
  • Overnight and short stays

Don't see something that suits you? We can source housing where you need!

Plumpton 2761, NSW (Head Office)
66 Polonia Ave
NSW 2761
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NSW 2200
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NSW 2154
Fairfield 2165, NSW
NSW 2165
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NSW 2077
North Sydney 2060, NSW
North Sydney
NSW 2060
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NSW 2150
Penrith 2750, NSW
NSW 2750
Richmond 2753, NSW
NSW 2753
Sydney 2000, NSW
NSW 2000

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