Capacity Building Activities - QCSS

Activities that build a person's capacity to do things for themselves

We can assist with a range of capacity building activities to help you be more independent at home:

  • Helping you to use the internet and develop skills and confidence to order groceries for home delivery
  • Assistance to set reminders to prompt you to complete specific tasks
  • Assistance with correspondence, making appointments, placing reminder calls & helping to manage paperwork and bills

You will see regular carers so we can get to know you and be familiar with the way you like things, and if you ever need any extra help, it is always there.

Costs & Eligibility

Our disability and health services are available to people under the age of 65 (or under 50 years for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders), who have a disability or other condition that makes it difficult to carry out everyday activities.

The cost of your services is determined by your eligibility for Queensland Community Support Scheme (QCSS) funding. If you’re not eligible for subsidised services, you can still receive services by paying the full cost yourself. Read more about costs & eligibility for Queensland Community Support Scheme.


We have branches all over Queensland from the Gold Coast to Cairns. Find your nearest Ozcare branch using our ‘locate a service’ finder.

Our Approach to Disability Home care

With 23 years’ of experience working with people with disability and health conditions, our team of carers, nurses, physiotherapists, and other allied health professionals offer a complete suite of services to help you live independently at home. We assist you with a range of daily living skills focusing on your strengths and goals to create a personalised care plan that suits you.

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