ACH Group has been supporting South Australians to live good lives since 1952. Over the past 65 years we have grown to support more than 25,000 people every year to live the life they want to live, where they want to live it.
As the world of the NDIS opens up opportunities we are here to listen to what is important to you, and help you navigate and plan the range of opportunities available. We offer advice, and a range of services to help maintain your independence, support you to be as healthy as can be, and offer opportunities to stay connected, take up new interests or learn new skills.
ACH Group is a registered NDIS provider and applies the Temporary Transformation Payment (TTP) conditional loading. This means ACH Group meets NDIS Quality and Safeguards standards and annual price guides as governed by the NDIS.
To see our current price list, please CLICK HERE.
“People think when you have Younger Onset Dementia you can’t learn something new, but you can. I now have something to look forward to each week. “
ACH Group golf group member
Navigating the NDIS can be confusing, so it’s important to be prepared.
To get ready for your NDIS planning session ACH Group can give you practical help and support. We can help you start thinking about your life goals, and putting together a plan. We are on hand to support you throughout your journey, including if you want us at your NDIS planning session.
Call 1300 22 44 77 to book your free session.
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ACH Group Ambassador Jane Reilly stopped in to find out how ACH Group’s ceramics classes for people living with neurological conditions are promoting positive brain health and leading to new friendships. The classes, held at Adelaide arts studio JamFactory, are run by professional artists and offer the opportunity for people to learn new skills in a warm and welcoming environment.
For independent feedback, complaints, quality, safety and advocacy the NDIS quality and safeguards commission is an independent agency and can be contacted on 1800035544 or https://www.ndiscommission.gov.au