Better Life Community Service Registered NDIS Provider


NDIS Provider


Our values apply to everything we do and everyone we support

Better Life Community Service is a Registered NDIS provider located in Queensland, that prides itself on having well-experienced professionals that provide the necessities of life to those that need it most. We are dedicated to assisting people with disability to actualise their life dreams based on the choices they make. Our goal is to support and assist in enhancing their quality of life. 

Through collective efforts, we deliver holistic care and assist people to achieve their life-long dream of happiness, wellness, and wellbeing

We are guided by the desired interests, needs, and priorities of the people we support and assist. We support them to explore new adventures and the world of endless possibilities, socialize, enjoy quality time with their loved ones, learn new skills, find a job and live independently the way they desire.

About better life community service
Clinical Depression

Anxiety Disorder

Bipolar disorder

Neurodevelopmental Disorders

What makes us different?

Specialising in high complex care needs in both physical disability and we look after your mental health as well.
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Eating Disorders


Disruptive behavior and dissocial disorders

Our Service | MND care and support

2 Australians are diagnosed with MND each day

estimated 2,100 Australians living with the disease


Motor Neurone Care & Support

Stroke Patient Care

We have a team of highly trained nurses and carers to provide 24/7 care


Over 60,000 Australians suffer a stroke every year, making it the second most common cause of disability in Australia. There are several risk factors for stroke, including high blood pressure, high cholesterol levels, obesity, having diabetes, having an irregular pulse, and having had ‘mini-strokes’ (transient ischaemic attacks) in the past. If you smoke, eat a diet high in salt and fat, or drink excessive amounts of alcohol you are at higher risk of having a stroke. Age is also a risk factor; however, about two-thirds of stroke patients are over 65.

The signs of a stroke include:
• Weakness, numbness or paralysis in the face, arm or leg – on either or both sides of the body.
• Difficulty speaking or understanding
• Dizziness, loss of balance or an unexplained fall
• Loss of vision, sudden blurred or decreased vision in one or both eyes
• An unusually severe or abrupt headache, or a change in the pattern of headaches
• Difficulty in swallowing


The needs of every stroke patient are different. Depending on their symptoms, a person may need help with:
taking medications on time
Any medications should also be diligently taken as prescribed by their doctor. We recommend creating a schedule to remember what they need to take and when.
managing medical appointments
Stroke patients will need to be carefully monitored by their healthcare provider. Always make sure to attend regular visits as recommended by their doctor.
getting around and preforming exercises
It’s common for many stroke patients to experience mobility impairments, but with regular movement and exercise, this can gradually improve. Even basic movement like walking is beneficial to do on a daily basis with stroke victims. This will help to bring back muscle memory and strengthen motor skills. 
Healthy diet preparing or eating food
stroke patients are often at a high risk of having another stroke. To minimize this risk, make sure your loved one eats a healthy diet to get the right balance of vitamins and nutrients to keep their health at an optimal level.
accessing emotional support
Depression is a common occurrence for stroke patients which can hinder their ability to recover. One way to curb this is to focus on positive memories with them, get them outside in nature as much as possible, and consult with a healthcare provider to develop a plan of action if needed.

physical disabilities

Different types of physical disabilities may affect, either temporarily or permanently, a person’s physical capacity and/or mobility.

Our Services

We Empower our participants to become contributing members of the community

What is NDIS?

Once you’re an NDIS Participant the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) will work with you to create your NDIS Plan. The Plan sets out your goals and the supports that help you pursue those goals. The NDIS Plan is created based on your disability support needs, and will include information about your goals, the NDIS Supports that will be funded, how you can use your NDIS funding and who will manage your funding.

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