Registered NDIS Provider in Brisbane – WEK Services

Wek Services is a Registered NDIS provider in Brisbane and South East Queensland. It is an organization both owned and managed by Nadia Wek. Our main objective is to offer our clients a personalized care plan to make sure that we will meet your individual needs according to your preferences, cultural values, and beliefs. We will provide you with special care and continued support to help you achieve your desired goals. This organization is composed of committee members and staff who work together to make sure that we can deliver the best support you need based on your care plan. We will make sure that our decision and action will be beneficial to you and your family. A plan without action is like a dream that will never come true that is why NDIS providers are an important part of NDIS. Wek Services is one of Brisbane's reliable NDIS service providers that will take action on your plan. To make sure that you will get the best care, we employed those who are qualified support workers and ensure that they’re all undergone training before they will be assigned to our clients. We choose carers that have the expertise that matches your specific needs.

NDIS Providers in Brisbane

National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Providers in Brisbane are providing support and services to all participants in Queensland. As of December 2021, there are 102,548 people in Queensland benefiting from the NDIS, they are called participants. Participants are people with permanent and significant disabilities. Every NDIS participant has an individual plan that lists their desired outcomes, the supports they will use, and their funding. The NDIS provides the necessary funding for them to access the supports and services they need to live and enjoy their lives.

NDIS service providers are an important part of the NDIS, they are the main contact points for participants. Providers are organizations, companies, or individuals who provide services and support to pursue the participant’s goal of living and enjoying life even with a disability. They can be registered with the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission (NDIS Commission) or unregistered. The registered provider met the specific quality and safeguard requirements and was approved by NDIS.

The difference between the registered and unregistered is that registered providers have a wide range of services that can provide to the participants, including Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA), Supported Independent Living (SIL), Plan Management, behavior support or behavior management plans, and supports that involve any restrictive practices. You can only acquire services from unregistered providers when you have a plan-managed or self-managed NDIS plan. However, you can only acquire services from registered NDIS providers when you have an agency-managed plan.

It is not required for all the NDIS service providers to be registered with the NDIS Commission. However, registered providers can assure the NDIS participants that they are giving quality and safety services based on the NDIS Practice Standards. The benefits of choosing a registered provider are that they are committed to providing quality standard services because they have been through a process of achieving the quality and safeguard requirements. The registered provider must follow the price caps set by the NDIA and the invoices are sent directly to your NDIS portal.

Call us Today

Plan it now, not later. To learn more about NDIS and our support services, call us at 0478 768 273 or send us an email at info@wekservices.com.

What is NDIS?

National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is created to help and support millions of Australians who have a disability. The purpose of this scheme is to help people with disability to improve their skills and independence. NDIS is helping people with disability can be a physical, intellectual, sensory, cognitive, or psychosocial disability. NDIA (National Disability Insurance Agency) is providing funds to those who are qualified people with disability and children with developmental delays. If you are a person who needs this kind of support and you think you are qualified you can apply and be an NDIS participant. NDIA will decide whether you are qualified or not. If you are qualified and received an access decision letter you are now ready to create and use your plan.

NDIS Provider Brisbane

How to be a Participant?

If you’re planning to be a participant and you haven’t applied for the NDIS, now is the best time to do it.

  1. Check if you are eligible. There are 4 types of requirements you need to be qualified and these are the ff:
  • Age Requirements –  You must be aged between 7 to 65 years old
  • Residence Requirements – You must be an Australian citizen, permanent resident, or Protected Special Category Visa holder. The NDIS is only available to people who live in Australia
  • Disability Requirements – You must have a disability caused by a permanent impairment. The impairment may be intellectual, cognitive, neurological, sensory, physical, or psychological. And if you need disability-specific supports to complete daily life activities you may be eligible.
  • Early Intervention Requirements – You may be eligible if you need some support now to reduce your future need for support or if you need supports now for your family to build their skills to help you. 

2. Make a verbal application.

3. Complete an Access Request Form.

4. Provide evidence.


Our mission at Wek  Services is to provide high-quality client-centered care to individuals and their significant others. We pride ourselves on our ability to provide responsive, holistic, and meaningful supports through positive connections with our clients and their social networks.


Most frequent questions and answers

Wek Services is the top NDIS provider in Brisbane that is both owned and directed by its founder, Nadia Wek. It is an organization that provides care and support to those who may suffer a disability.

Wek Services is an organization that ensures that people who are suffering with a disability are provided with exceptional care and individual care plans that are tailored to provide the best opportunities and support for the client. It is an organization that provides clients with quality care and in home service by providing assistance in accommodation, transportation, employment, activity opportunities and in home care.  Our organization also provides assistance in the development of life skills by assisting the client and their family by participating in community events; seeking employment and assisting the client in activities that help not only motivate the client but bring hope to their families.

Australia currently has 43,000 children and young people living in Out of Home Care, unable to live with their parents for reasons of safety. The National Disability Insurance Agency estimates 18% of people live with disability, (abs.gov.au) while 20% of all people will experience some form of mental illness within a 12 month period. (SANE.org.au). In addition, we as a nation, are getting older. Over 15% of all people living in Australia are aged 65 years and over, that’s 3.4 million people. Of those still living in their own homes, 70% enjoy good health – they are ageing ‘well’ – and the other 30% require some form of home support. (AIHW.gov.au) as a national provider of social services, all changes in Australia’s demographic profile requires us to review our services and models of support. However, our approach of putting people first never changes.

Who we are is defined not just by how we look and talk but more importantly by what we do and our values.

Our Services​

Community Nursing Care

Community health nursing is also called public health nursing or community nursing.

Accommodation / Tenancy

We have accommodation. You can come with your staff if you wish; we can accommodate them too

Assist Personal Activity

A person lives in the house of the participant and assists with personal tasks.

Assisted Travel and Transport

We assist in Travel and Transportation tasks.

Personal Activities High

Assisting and supporting high-need care in various activities.

Life skill Development

Defining Essential Life Skills. Communication and interpersonal skills. Decision-making skills.

Assisted Life Stage Transition

Includes short and long-term supports that focus on strengthening the participant's

Daily Task Shared Living

Assisting you with written communication, completing forms, and paying bills

Participation in Community

Process of working collaboratively with and through groups of people

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