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How can you access ACH Group health services and social experiences?

As of 1 October 2022 ACH Group will no longer be a registered NDIS provider.

However, NDIS recipients can continue to access ACH Group health services and social experiences.

Using your NDIS funding

If you have a Plan Manager or self-manage your NDIS plan, you can continue to use your NDIS funding to pay for ACH Group health services and social experiences. 

Health Services

Customers can continue to access ACH Group health services for assessments, reviews and participation in exercise groups or 1:1 exercise sessions.

Please refer to the Customer Funded Price List for the relevant fees.

Customers who attend exercise groups may wish to purchase either a 6- or 12-week session pass. Passes and bookings can be made at your local Health Studio 50+. Terms and conditions apply.

Social Experiences

The names of the former NDIS social experiences have changed.

The experiences remain unchanged; however, Ceramics is now called Pottery, and Golf is called Golf Plus. Bookings can be made by calling 1300 22 44 77. Terms and conditions apply.

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What does your Monday afternoon usually look like? For Su, an international student at TAFE SA, it is a time dedicated to volunteering at Healthia Residential Care Home. Su’s creativity and origami skills are well admired by the residents. With origami, you start with a blank piece of paper, and it is up to your intention and skill what you create. It is, in a way, a fitting analogy to describe volunteering.

Su added that she believes if you have a warm heart and a big smile, you have everything you need to start.

Su, you are a true inspiration to many of us at ACH Group. Thank you for connecting with residents through the art of origami, bringing extra kindness and gentleness into their life. 🙌
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Thank you for filming me. I’m visiting on Monday because I don’t have a class. So, I became a “Monday girl” 😄 I hope more people will enjoy volunteer work by sharing my story. 💕