We pride ourselves on operating effectively, efficiently and with a considerate approach.
Support Staff provide high quality in-home assistance to clients and families.
NASC requires all Support Staff to be qualified and able to provide exceptional service.
Enhancing Quality of Life
Northern Adelaide Supportive Care (NASC) is committed to enhancing the quality of life for people with disability by providing a personalised homecare service to assist and support clients and their families.
- Servicing the northern metropolitan area, Gawler, Barossa Valley and Yorke Peninsula
- Individualised care and a person centered approach – services designed and coordinated specifically for each person
- 24/7 in-home support or as little as one hour per week depending on needs
- Local agency with local knowledge
- Flexible and inclusive with respect for diversity
- 24 hour emergency assistance
Memberships and Partners
Northern Adelaide Supportive Care is a member of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). We are registered with CARE Australia and on the “Preferred Providers Panel” with the Department of Communities and Social Inclusion (DCSI). NASC endorses the Charter of Rights for Children and Young People in Care.
We work closely with organisations such as Disability SA (including Families SA), Public Trustee, Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre, Commonwealth Carer Respite Centre, Inner North Palliative Care, Guide Dogs SA/NT and Novita, etc.
Northern Adelaide Supportive Care Pty Ltd commenced operation in 1998. From the beginning, operating as a sole trader, Robert Bennett attended to clients whilst endeavouring to build the business. Northern Adelaide Supportive Care developed at a steady rate, overcoming many challenging times along the way. Today, NASC continues to provide exceptional disability support to clients and families.
Robert has extensive experience working with people who have one or more disabilities. He has met some amazing people who have inspired him with their courage, determination and perseverance as they deal with their trauma. It is this inspiration that fuels Bob’s ongoing passion for NASC; a passion that hasn’t waned over time.
There have been many changes to the disability sector over the years. NASC accepts the challenge to continually improve services and make a positive contribution to the lives of people with disabilities.
Northern Adelaide Supportive Care is committed to reducing our carbon footprint by implementing practices that promote environmental sustainability.
We continue to improve our environmental performance as an integral part of our business and operating methods.