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ACH Group has been supporting people aged under 65 who are living with neurological conditions including acquired brain injuries, Parkinson’s disease, stroke and younger onset dementia for many years.

We are here to listen to what is important to you and help you navigate, plan and access tailormade supports empowering you to choose the services that best suit your individual needs.

ACH Group is a registered NDIS provider so, where indicated, NDIS funds can be used to access services.

We have also partnered with other organisations to design and deliver the services specifically tailored to you.

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.

Available services

Click here to find out what NDIS services are available and how to get access.

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.

Price list and eligibility

For price list and eligibility, click here.

Why ACH Group?

ACH Group is fully accredited and audited. Our staff are fully trained and vetted so you know you are in safe hands.

ACH Group can be your one stop shop, delivering a full range of services. Whether it’s personal, social or allied health support, ACH Group can help.

We are here to listen to what is important to you, and help you navigate, plan and access tailormade support that gives you the power to adapt services to your individual needs.

Enquire today and we will contact you within 2-5 business days to organise your assessment. All customers must complete an assessment of individual needs before beginning any ACH Group service.

FAQs

ACH Group specialises in supporting NDIS customers who are aged between 40 and 65 years old who are living with a neurological condition including:

  • Younger onset dementia
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Stroke
  • Acquired brain injury
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Motor Neurone Disease

Yes! You may continue accessing your NDIS services with ACH Group over the age of 65, provided you were an NDIS participant prior to the age of 65.

We can support you within your NDIS Plan to access services through your core support, capacity building and capital support budgets. Depending on individual needs, all three budgets can be used to access various ACH Group services.

Core support budgets can be utilised for personal, social and groups supports, while capacity building and capital support budgets can assist with allied health services and assistive technology (occupational therapy).

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2 weeks ago
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Exciting news that construction has commenced at Healthia – a health and education hub – to be built within the Playford Health Precinct in Adelaide’s north.
Over more than 15,000 square metres of land, Healthia will reimagine aged care in the future and include a 96-place residential care home comprising 8 small-scale homes, each with 12 private rooms. The University of South Australia will co-locate with a general practice and student-led allied health clinic open to the public.
Opening mid 2023 - watch the video below and experience Healthia!
To learn more visit achgroup.org.au/key-initiatives/healthia-achgroup/

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2 weeks ago
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PROPERTY OF THE WEEK:
A low maintenance lifestyle that is your own awaits at Spence on Light.

Apartment 1302 takes in views across the city to Adelaide Hills. The brand-new city apartment offers a spacious bedroom, quality fixtures and fittings, light-filled open plan living and views across the sea from your balcony.

Enjoy the city lifestyle a short walk from your front door; shops, cafes, Central Market, Adelaide’s green parklands plus more!

To arrange your private viewing, please call Denise on 0428 540 999.

Learn more: achgroup.org.au/available-unit/adelaide-spence-on-light-apartment-1302/
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PROPERTY OF THE WEEK:
A low maintenance lifestyle that is your own awaits at Spence on Light. 

Apartment 1302 takes in views across the city to Adelaide Hills. The brand-new city apartment offers a spacious bedroom, quality fixtures and fittings, light-filled open plan living and views across the sea from your balcony. 

Enjoy the city lifestyle a short walk from your front door; shops, cafes, Central Market, Adelaide’s green parklands plus more! 

To arrange your private viewing, please call Denise on 0428 540 999. 

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2 weeks ago
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‘I’m finding it far more fun than I expected and realise that I’m more coordinated than I thought! My coordination is actually getting better each week playing the game,” Saran, a participant in Everybody’s Game (pictured left), said.

Everybody’s Game - a new free walking football (soccer) program – for people who have had a stroke and/or live with neurological conditions kicks off again on 15th January 2022 from 9am – 11am at Ellis Park, the home of the Adelaide Comets FC on West Terrace.

It’s a great way to meet like-minded people, experience club life, and learn or improve soccer skills with coaching by Football South Australia coaches! No soccer experience is necessary.

Do you know someone who would like to get involved? Learn more here achgroup.org.au/key-initiatives/everybodys-game
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‘I’m finding it far more fun than I expected and realise that I’m more coordinated than I thought! My coordination is actually getting better each week playing the game,” Saran, a participant in Everybody’s Game (pictured left), said.

Everybody’s Game - a new free walking football (soccer) program – for people who have had a stroke and/or live with neurological conditions kicks off again on 15th January 2022 from 9am – 11am at Ellis Park, the home of the Adelaide Comets FC  on West Terrace.

It’s a great way to meet like-minded people, experience club life, and learn or improve soccer skills with coaching by Football South Australia coaches! No soccer experience is necessary. 

Do you know someone who would like to get involved? Learn more here achgroup.org.au/key-initiatives/everybodys-game